A Lowestoft group have won the chance to wow the judges of Britain’s Got Talent after winning a public vote.
The TestostaTones, a five-piece vocal group, were selected through YouTube for the live show, where they will perform for Simon Cowell, David Walliams and Alesha Dixon.
The group is made up of Richard Ainslie, 31 of Carlton Colville, Stephen Amer, 34, of Toft Monks, Stephen’s brother Paul, 29, from Geldeston, Steve Clark, 28, of Lowestoft and Richard’s brother Bim Ainslie, 32, from Oulton Broad.
Sadly, their trip to the top was short-lived, as TV’s Mr Nasty himself, Simon Cowell, disagreed with the public vote, putting them down before they’d sung a note, saying “I’m not feeling great about this”.
The boys bravely sang their way through ‘Get A Job’ by The Silhouettes, before Cowell asked them to try another song. Sadly, their version of Steppenwolf’s ‘Born to Be Wild’ failed to impress and they were buzzed off.
Remember lads, if it doesn’t all go to plan with the BGT thing, you can always find a job in Lowestoft – got to have a day job!