BRITAIN’S Got Talent burst back onto our television screens with a bang last weekend – and it seems schoolchildren in Hartlepool have caught the bug for it.
The Hartlepool Mail went to speak to some of the children from Brougham Primary School, in the town, to see what they would perform for judges Simon Cowell, Amanda Holden, Alesha Dixon and David Walliams on the hit show.
Harvey Weegram said that he would display his music talents for the audience.
“I’d probably play my guitar and sing,” he said. “I play all sorts, anything that some in my mind really.
“I’d sing a song called Little Talks.”
Harvey’s classmate Ethan Thomas said he would introduce his trampolining skills to the contest.
He said: “I’d do some trampolining tricks. I think people would like that.
“I’d do some front flips. It’s quite hard to do.
“I practise on my own trampoline.”
Pal Tyler Sorby said given the chance, she would perform a string of acrobatic moves.
The youngster who attends Seaton Carew Academy of Dance, said: “I’d do an acrobatic display with floor work and I’d do a crab, the splits, back walk-overs, and then go into a back crab, touching my toes.”
Pupil Faith Goddard said she would try to wow the panel of judges with her singing skills.
“I would do singing,” she said. “I’ve done singing from a young age, and I like Madonna.
“I’d do the Madonna song Material Girl, and I’d give it a good go.”
Corey Crannage said that he would bring a sporting element to the show by showing off his football skills.
The youngster, who says he likes to play in the left midfield position on the pitch, said: “I’d do football skills like keepy-ups and that.
“I can keep the ball up for about 15 minutes or 10 minutes.”
And last, but not least, Casey Cooper said she would bring her acting ability to the stage.
The budding actress said: “I’d do acting because I enjoy acting.
“I’d be a bit nervous.”
And when asked if she was a brave actress, she replied “yes” she was.