Entertain the nation on BBC Two
The finalists - Week 3, Show 4
Thousands of people took part in auditions to get a place on BBC Two's talent show, Let Me Entertain You. The show ran over four weeks from Monday 28th May to Friday 22nd June with five shortlisted acts performing every night in front of a live studio audience. The longer the performers kept the demanding studio audience entertained, the more chance they had to reach the Friday final, and possibly the live grand final!
Find out more about the five acts who performed in Week 3, Show 4 - and watch a video clip of the winner.
Name: Mel Day
Act: 62-year-old Mel lives and breathes music with a career spanning over 40 years. After spending many years on the road in different bands, Mel decided to pursue a solo career and still continues to delight soul fans up and down the country.
Watch the act
Name: Aaron Norton
Act: 21-year-old Aaron describes himself as 'a man and his guitar'. He performs at pub venues in and around London. He has a passion for songwriting and loves performing his own songs.
Name: Ant and Rob Scales
Act: These 55-year-old twins perform a novelty music act using household items. Their set involves gurgling water out of teapots, playing a comb and paper and hitting each others faces and heads with spoons! In 1976 they appeared on That's Life with Esther Ranzan.
Name: Patrick Gilliam-Hill
Act: 84-year-old singer Patrick has appeared in shows all over the country. He joined the Navy when he was a teenager and sang to entertain the troops. Patrick is a health freak who eats raw onions and garlic and has a cold bath every morning.
Name: Harriet and Jordan
Act: 15 year old Jordan and 12 year old Harriet have been dancing from the age of 5 and 4 respectively. Their act is a rocking dance number to the classic track 'Rockin' Robin'. Both Jordan and Harriet have performed at the Haymarket Theatre and love getting up on stage.