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Music instrument players beaten by dog on BGT
Ashleigh and Pudsey – a teenage girl and her canine companion – were crowned the victors, but a welsh boys' choir were in third place and a pair of classically-tinged singers in second.
And the TV favourite - famously judged by Simon Cowell – also saw some great guitar playing on show. Band the Loveable Rogues took to the stage for a guitar-fuelled performance, as did solo performer Sam Kelly. Fellow player Ryan O'Shaugnessy also featured.
Ashleigh and Pudsey's talent was a physical dance-like performance featuring girl and dog, which included the canine Pudsey running across the judge's desk at one point. Although it did not appear to feature any music instruments, it was set to music.
A dazzling piano-fuelled dance routine by the energetic troupe Diversity, as well as a song rendition by famed past contestant Susan Boyle also featured on the programme, which was shown on Saturday evening.
Published by KT.Posted on 14 May 2012 11:15 to category : Music News
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