Britain’s Got Talent wouldn’t be the same if we didn’t have some weird and wonderful acts on the show. Although Simon is adamant that he wants to find a serious act this year, some weird ones have slipped through the net.
During the auditions process, you may remember meeting Vadik and The Bear. If you remember seeing the audition, you’ll know how strange it was. We can’t say we were expecting much from their audition tonight, and well… we were right. We didn’t get much. It was just chaos.
In his VT prior to his performance tonight, he said: “We are Vadik and The Bear. We’re from Belarus and we’re dancers. Me and the bear are every good friends. We spend all the time together. We’re like very, very fun. In Belarus, I work as a clown. I was inspired by Charlie Chaplin, starting for my children. This is my everything. Since our first audition we have worked very hard. Tonight will be something special”.
As if having a massive polar bear on stage wasn’t enough, Vadik brought on a dancing penguin as well before breaking into dance to Ice Ice baby. Complete with his trademark white face paint, he also had a Union Jack mac on as well. It was just completely bonkers. By the end of the performance, there were six identical polar bears on stage, whilst Vadik threw himself about.
Back in his audition, he took to the stage with his face painted white and didn’t speak to the judges, before starting to dance around the stage. Things got even worse than a massive, white inflatable polar bear also took to the stage. It was the strangest thing we’ve possibly EVER seen on Got Talent.
It’s safe to say we weren’t exactly looking forward to seeing what he had in store this evening..
This is what the judges had to say:
- David Walliams: “There’s probably a reason why no other show would have this. I mean, how can you improve on one polar bear dancing – have six. As you go forward, multiply the polar bears and hope for the best”.
- Alesha Dixon: “Seriously… I expect more from you Simon Cowell. One was a nightmare, this was a real nightmare”.
- Amanda Holden: “For me, I loved it. It was like a John Lewis advert”.
- Simon Cowell: “Incredible. First of all, how do you train them to do that? There are six of them. Honestly, I think it’s my favourite act of the series so far”.