Man Who Can Fart With His Hands Gets Four Yeses On BGT

Man Who Can Fart With His Hands Gets Four Yeses On BGT

3 hours ago 4.2K  Shares Man Who Can Fart With His Hands Gets Four Yeses On BGT Sat Apr 13 2019 20:00:34 GMT+0100 (BST) Sat Apr 13 2019 21:15:30 GMT+0100 (BST) Rebecca Shepherd Rebecca Shepherd in  Entertainment Powered by Britain's Got Talent has the ability to reduce you to tears, stun you into silence and…

Britain’s Got Talenthas the ability to reduce you to tears, stun you into silence and make you wonder WTF you’re doing watching it.

The latter occurred tonight when Guy First took to the stage with his ‘extraordinary’ talent – depends what your definition of ‘extraordinary’ is of course.

That’s right – Guy can fart with his hands. Impressive, eh? Massive statement right there.

The musical flatulence performer (if that’s such a thing), from Isreal, treated the judges to his very own renditions of songs which included ‘Ghostbusters’ and ‘Eye Of The Tiger’.

And he gotveryinvolved in the process.

Look at the determination. Credit: ITV/Britain's Got Talent
Look at the determination. Credit: ITV/Britain’s Got Talent

Not only did Simon Cowell, by some miracle, crack a smile during the performance but Guy ended up bagging himself a standing ovation when he finished… erm, farting. Cowell’s gone soft. It’s official.

Regardless of how unimpressed you can probably tell I was by this whole catastrophe, people on Twitter were loving him.

However, someone a little more on my wavelength commented: “Why is the fart hand man getting a standing ovation? I’m lost.” YOU AND ME TOO, MY FRIEND. YOU AND ME TOO.

Another added: “What fuckin planet are these judges on…Hand fart man was bloody awful..As if the Queen wants to see that…“.

Last week we found ourselves watching a much more emotive audition, when David Walliams tearfully pressed his golden buzzer for a school choir when they performer a version of Queen’s ‘Don’t Stop Me Now’.

Walliams was in floods of tears as the choir performed their chaotic, but somehow endearing, version of the Queen classic.

Oh, and there was another heartwarming moment as one of the kids admitted that she’d missed Ant McPartlin, who has returned to the show after being off screen for almost a year.

To be fair, Ant was pretty choked up and emotional himself as he held the little girl in his arms.

The popular talent show has returned for a 13th edition, with Amanda Holden, Alesha Dixon, David Walliams and – of course – Simon Cowell running the rule over a whole load of potential hopefuls.

Some of them are awful, and some of them are great, as you’d expect… not mentioning any names.

Featured Image Credit: ITV/Britain’s Got Talent

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Rebecca Shepherd

Rebecca Shepherd is a Journalist at LADbible. She graduated from the University of Central Lancashire with a First Class BA in Journalism. Becky previously worked as Chief Reporter at Cavendish Press, supplying news and feature stories to national newspapers and women’s magazines.

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