The judges – and the nation – continued to be astounded by the flexible feats of contortionist Lucky as she carried out her semi-final performance.
The London based lovely astounded the judges with her bendy antics as she performed to a Mad World/Sweet Dreams mash up.
The performance had a toy box theme with ballerinas and toy soldiers. Lucky went on to make a cup of tea at the “childrens tea party” just using her feet. She also played piano with just her feet and ate strawberries using her toes.
Simon, who told Lucky that she had the potential to “make a fortune”, in her sultry yet comedic audition, said: “I’d like one of you at home too actually. It was absolutely brilliant – genius.
“The whole act was interesting – I loved everything about it. Weird.”
A shocked Amanda likened the performance to Simon Cowell’s dreams.
She said: “It felt wrong on so many levels, it was really surreal. Odd but entertaining.”
David also found it very spooky by described it as “amazing and incredible.”
Lucky, who’s parents described her as “flexible as a jellyfish”, was a back-up dancer and contortionist for Turkey in the 2011 Eurovision Song Contest.
The 25-year-old is desperate to show the Queen “how she bends.”
Lucky said: “If I get to perform at a beautiful venue for Her Majesty the Queen that means having the honour to show her how I bend.
“I have worked so hard my whole life and have tried to do something new with contortion, performing it in a way that hasn’t been seen before.
“I am a typical English girl, and I just feel I represent so many people and I want to make everyone proud.”
The guitar playing contortionist also revealed that she could fist her whole fist in her mouth. Here’s hoping that she won’t have to do that upon hearing the results tonight!
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