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5 Ways to get yourself onto Britain’s Got Talent

Britain’s Got Talent is back on our TV screens and all is right with the world. It’s been around for ten years, and that’s insane. That also means that someone watching every episode has probably spent approximately 200 hours sitting in their PJs on Saturday nights. The contestants we’ve watched in those countless hours have proved that, with a little bit of practice, anyone can get to the kind of level that makes Simon Cowell’s jaw drop. Whether that’s for good reasons or bad reasons is case-dependent, but it’s memorable either way. While some contestants have gone on to bigger and better things, the majority were thoroughly normal before they went on the show. It’s totally do-able. And here are some activities you could try that might see you starring in Britain’s Got Talent 2017 (you know, if you feel like giving the PJs, sofa, and wine a break for a little while next year):

Salsa

Sure, you might not necessarily be a great mover at the moment, but that could change in a year. You don’t need to have always been a pro to kill it on the dance floor. You might just remember this couple who proved to all of us that age really doesn’t matter once you’ve got the moves:

Singing

The bonus to learning to sing is that if Britain’s Got Talent falls through there’s something like 3000 other talent shows you’ll be able to enter – it’s kind of a transferrable skill in that regard. If you’re lucky, maybe you’ll even be able to emulate this lady’s success:

Martial Arts

Not only would nobody mess with you if you had badass Martial Arts skills, but it’s also something that’s not seen on Britain’s Got Talent quite as often as musical acts and dogs. It makes a nice change. And it helps if you’re also 9 years old and adorable, but that’s not compulsory:

Circus Fit

If your friends are up for helping you to achieve your Britain’s Got Talent dreams you could do a lot worse than getting together and learning to perform some amazing, death-defying feats. Everybody has to start somewhere, right? Circus Fit could be just the stepping stone. And you never know, you might end up like these guys:

Cocktail Making

If learning an entirely new skill seems like a bit too much work and you’re already a pretty well-qualified drinker, then you might find it easier to build on your existing skills. It’s been a while since BGT had a cocktail making act in a final, so one could even argue there’s a bit of a vacancy. 2017 could be your year, like 2007 was these guys’:

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