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The finalists - Week 4, Show 2


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 4, Show 2 - and watch a video clip of the winner.

 

The Winner


EmilyName: Emily

From: Grimsby

Act: 15-year-old Emily loves singing and performing in a range of styles, but her real passion is for heartfelt ballads. She has been in a number of school concerts and recently travelled to Germany with her theatre school.
Watch the act

 

The finalists


AdagioName: Adagio

From: UK

Act: Miles and Allie are both trained in ballet, jazz, tap and Bollywood dance - but they have only been performing together for the last two months. Their act combines the passion of Latin and ballroom, the gentle steps of ballet and the dangerous lifts and spins found in adagio.

Bruce ThompsonName: Bruce Thompson

From: UK

Act: Bruce has been entertaining for over 40 years with his comedy one-man-band routine. He won 'New Faces' in 1975 and has performed with Lenny Henry, Chris Tarrant and on programmes such as 'The Two Ronnies', 'Little and Large', 'Ant and Dec' and 'Today with Des and Mel'.

CaitlinName: Caitlin

From: Belfast

Act: 13-year-old Caitlin has been dacing for three years and is the Irish Street Hip-Hop Champion. She attends the Samantha Mumba Theatre School and wants to pursue a career in dance or drama. Last year she went to LA where she came 12th in the world championship.

HullabalooName: Hullabaloo

From: Kent

Act: Hullabaloo formed as a band in 1998 and their act is a blend of jazz, jive and swing. Jarrod, Jim, Shaun and Ivan are all proffesional musicians who play double bass, guitar, drums and saxophone respectively and who also specialise in 4-part vocal harmonies. They played at Jamie Oliver's wedding and will be supporting Jools Holland and his Rythmn and Blues band at an open air concert in Kent.

 



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