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Britain's Got Talent: Who was the best and worst of week five? - vote

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Another week, another load of adorable kids, wacky old people, singers and dancers on Britain's Got Talent. Some were good, some were not so good. Tell us who you loved and who you loathed on episode five in Digital Spy's exclusive poll...

The Best

Jack and Cormac
Britain's Got Talent episode five: Jack and Cormack

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Britain's Got Talent: Jack and Cormac



David Walliams called them "One Direction meets Simon and Garfunkel", we call them bloody adorable. Did you find the cheeky Irish schoolboys' performance grand?

Pre Skool
Britain's Got Talent episode five: Pre Skool

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Britain's Got Talent: Pre Skool



Providing their screaming didn't exacerbate your hangover from Friday night, and you're not too outraged by primary school kids dancing to 'Sexy and I Know It', Pre Skool are a smart choice for this week's best act.

Rosie O'Sullivan
Britain's Got Talent episode five: Rosie O'Sullivan

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Britain's Got Talent: Rosie O'Sullivan



19-year-old old Rosie O'Sullivan may not exactly look like a popstar, but who cares when her voice is that impressive? Go on, vote her your favourite act and make her mum wail with joy again.

Philip Green
Britain's Got Talent episode five: Philip Green

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Britain's Got Talent: Philip Green



HELLOOOOOOO Philip Green. Camper than Simon Cowell and David Walliams figure skating, but we were creasing up at his impressions of Louie Spence, Natalie Cassidy and Lorraine Kelly. Plus anyone who can do splits like that without bursting a testicle deserves respect.

MD Productions
Britain's Got Talent episode five: MD Productions

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Britain's Got Talent: MD Productions



We felt bloomin' knackered just looking at "fierce", red glove-loving dance troupe MD Productions. Do they get the green light from you?

Who was the best act of week five of 'Britain's Got Talent'?
Jack and Cormac23.10%
Pre Skool6.73%
Rosie O'Sullivan26.86%
Philip Green40.95%
MD Productions2.37%


The Worst

Justin Bongo Man
Justin Mhaka from Britain's Got Talent

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Britain's Got Talent: Justin Mhaka



He may sound better live than Rihanna, but that is not going to be enough to convince that we should ever hear the idiotic orthopedic surgeon again. Bonkers.

Eddie Shand
Britain's Got Talent episode five: Eddie Shand

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Britain's Got Talent: Eddie Shand



Butchering The Lion King while wearing a Prince William mask? We are not amused. The operations manager (that's someone who manages operation) sounded worse than a hyena's howl.

Mazeppa Cossacks
Britain's Got Talent episode five: Mazeppa Cossacks

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Britain's Got Talent: Mazeppa Cossacks



Technically they're very accomplished at dancing and that, but we couldn't help but laugh at all those flailing legs. No move that Keith Lemon has the ability to do can be that impressive.

Horlando Salinas
Britain's Got Talent episode five: Horlando Salinas

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Britain's Got Talent: Horlando Salinas



We hate to say it, but we agree with Simon Cowell on Peruvian pan pipe player Horlando Salinas. Described as sounding like a vacuum cleaner, he certainly sucked the life out of us. Nice headdress though.

Kelly Fox
Britain's Got Talent episode five: Kelly Fox

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Britain's Got Talent: Kelly Fox



She came in looking like a weird cross between Jane Lynch and Sue Pollard and left with a whole audience of gaping mouths behind her. The judges may have liked the idea of the blue rinse brigade going blue, but we suspect plenty more will be miffed at her foul-mouthed roaring. Don't like her, tell her what to kiss in our poll...

Who was the worst act of week five of 'Britain's Got Talent'?
Justin Bongo Man30.38%
Eddie Shand24.38%
Mazeppa Cossacks5.52%
Horlando Salinas8.82%
Kelly Fox30.91%


Dancers Martin and Marielle were your favourite acts of last week's Britain's Got Talent with 37.53% of the vote, while sloppy movers Michaela and Shannon were picked as the worst with 43.44%.

What do you think of this week's Britain's Got Talent? Leave your comments below!

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