He was kicked off the show due to him being on The Voice Irland but Simon Cowell and his team at Britain’s Got Talent decided to get the singer back on the show and Simon said ’Their loss is our gain’.
But now singer/songwriter Ryan O’Shaughnessy has become one of the favourites to win this Saturday after being voted through to the final this evening.
After he showcased another one of his heartfelt tracks which he had penned himself, Simon couldn’t help but grin from ear-to-ear.
Simon told him when it was his time to talk to the singer:
‘Their loss is our gain… I really, really, really like you. You’re believable… maybe you could be the dark horse in this competition. I believe in you.’
He was amazing and we really think he has a chance of winning the show like the judges think.
David told him:
‘You are a major talent. You come on to the stage, you’ve done another original song, which was absolutely fantastic. This girl who won’t go out with you, I don’t know who she is but she’s doing you a favour as you’re writing the most beautiful songs about her’.
This was the first time the show had to be filmed outsde as they could not have all the walter inside of the studion but they dint miss to amazing the judges.
The Synchronised swimmers Aquabatique where amazing and have a good chance of winning the compensation when it comes to a end on Saturday.
The performed to James Bond-themed routine and they where put thought to Saturday too.
They said she just like Adele but sadly luck was not on singers Hope Murphy, 16, side as she was kicked off the show.
Comedian Callum Oakley was very funny too as he joked about his mum buying 12 bottle of shampoo for £1.
David told Callum:
‘Whatever happens tonight you are going to be a comedy star of the future.’
Another act on tonight show mad a good impression on the ladies who performed his act topless.
Acrobat Billy George also proved popular with the audience – even before he’d shown off his talent thanks to his bare chest.
And the female judges couldn’t help but comment on his toned physique after he wowed with his acrobatic act.
Amanda told him:
‘The way you are dressed helps. You are the Peter Pan of the hoop world and I believe, I believe!’
Not impressed Simon did not like the Dalek impersonator Martyn Crofts who ha a source pan on his head for the whole of his performance.
Strictly Wheels: Dance duo Gary and Paula dint impress the judges much as they did better on their audition then what they did tonight.
Dancing duo Strictly Wheels drew mixed comments from the panelists with their sequence.
Simon loved them and they where a big hit with the other judges too.
Simon hated him and even buzzed his performance and said:
But it was down to David to lighten the mood and ensure the 27-year-old musician didn’t feel too downhearted – and to give a dig to his pal Simon.
Walliams reassured him:
‘You know why Simon buzzed? Because he doesn’t know what the kids are getting down to’.
SO another good night its not on tomorrow night but get ready for the final on Saturday on ITV1.