AGT recap

Here’s an Australia’s Got Talent write-up by lovely guest recapper Daisy. Many thanks, Daisy.
Are many people watching AGT? I just can’t squish it in at the moment.

OK. Here goes, as I roll up my sleeves for my first recap. First let me say, it’s a squeeze to fit in the viewing, given the numerous reality shows that are airing simultaneously. So tonight was my first viewing of AGT for the year, and I am familiarising myself with the judges; Kelly, who annoys me, some guy named Eddie [Admin’s note: C’mon, Daisy you need to start watching Offspring or Shane Warne: the Musical, and then you’ll be on the Eddie train – Juz] , Sophie Monk and Dicko.

The first act on was Joe Ace and his wife impersonating (supposedly) Tom Jones and Tina Turner. Pretty cheesy imo, and not even fit for a boozy night at the Nookenburra, but surprisingly, they are through. Then there was a dancing horse. Myeh. After that there was an acrobatic dance group; the Equals. They were good but I have a sense of Justice Crew déja vu.
Sophie earns her wages by joining several acts on stage. We are treated to a medley of Sophie’s performances, including her doing a headstand on a horseback.

After that we have Stephen Blay in a bandana, making a few animal noises and not impressing anyone, cute dancing kids, Michael and Isabella, and Lady Gaga in drag, Miss Poodle, who didn’t win over Dicko but Kelly loved her/him.

After that we have a range of garden variety acts; glimpses of wannabes who don’t mind embarrassing themselves on telly. I felt sorry for Paris Lane, the twins who got a big build up but couldn’t sing at all. They were twins but I think actually triplets because they resembled Guy Pearce.
After that was a contortionist group Paws Studio, then a very good dance duo Mick and Emma.They chose a great piece of music to dance to, and their dancing was excellent and even had a couple of “Woah” moments. Sophie gave them the gold buzzer, which puts an act straight through to semi finals.

The last three acts of any note were Justice Hayley, an aerial contortionist, Callum the Heavy Metal (bright and precocious) kid on electric guitar singing Crazy Train – smart move, parents, putting him up to doing an Ozzy Osbourne number, and Jan van der Stool a comedian/singer who the judges all loved.
And then we get to the point where the yes and no votes were all meaningless because the judges sit down and choose the acts to go through to the semis. And they are:
Jan Van der Stool, Tina Turner and Tom Jones (what???), the Equals, Callum the Heavy Metal kid, and Mick and Emma. Viewers may add their vote and choose a wild card.

My favourite of the night; probably Mick and Emma.

Admin’s note: AGT is on tonight (What – again? How many dancing horses are there in Australia?) at 7.30pm on Nine. FWAW is straight after.



  1. It seems no one is watching this, and I can’t say I blame them. I am not enjoying the panel. Just having Kelly Osbourne on there is enough to completely put me off. I have waited until the dead wood has been whittled out and it’s still a yawn. 😪😪😪 Even looking at the audience reminds me of the old Willie Weeties shows.

  2. I don’t know what week it was on because I am watching a recording, but did anyone see Beau sing Defying Gravity on BGT? What a beautiful voice AND perfect performance.

  3. Bloody hell! Did anyone see Alex????
    OMG I couldn’t watch. I have never seen such a terrifying act.

  4. And when it was over you were just glad he was still alive and hoped he didn’t ever do that again. He was amazing though.

  5. I watched most of Britain’s got talent for 2018. It was robbish. To think that stupid sleazy guy got into the final three with his, “sexy girl wiggle” song. He was a one trick pony, wedding singer. And talk about mixed messages. With all the pc crap about sexually inappropriate behaviour, some old guy telling sexy girls to wiggle…..creepy.

  6. Donchez Dacrez came 3rd with his song “sexy girl, wiggle and move your body”.
    I will call it the creepy old perve song.

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