Britain's Got Talent: Loveable Rogues and Molly Rainford make the final
Shock result as Twist n' Pulse Dance Academy miss out
The Loveable Rogues and Molly Rainford are the next contestants to make it to Saturday's Britain's Got Talent final. After a showstopping and personality packed performance, 'The Rogues' were a cert to take the title but it was tough to call second place. Twist and Pulse Dance Academy were over the moon to be top three but when Simon Cowell split the judges and took it to deadlock, the public had voted for Molly.
Loveable Rogues performed their own track Lovesick and it was an immediate hit. The band have a raw talent, are down to earth and deliciously British - as Amanda Holden said, "The Streets meets the Gypsy Kings."
David Walliams was in awe: "You've got it all, you're funny, sexy, make your own music, you did a completely original song and you killed it."
Simon Cowell was gushing: "Guys it was brilliant, brilliant, brilliant. You're current, I know exactly who you should be working with on your first album. You're credible. I cannot tell you how happy I am you're on this competition."
Molly Rainford, gave a slow but controlled performance of Roxette's It Must Have Been Love.
David Walliams couldn't quite believe his ears: "While you were singing I closed my eyes, and I thought, that could be an adult singing. Not just because of the power of your voice, but the way you interpreted that song, you're the best child star we've had."
On hearing she'd made the final, Molly was close to tears, "I can't believe it, I want to thank the voters so much, without them I probably wouldn't be in the final."
So that's three semi-finals down and three to go. Who's been your favourite so far?
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