Wow. Just wow. How amazing was Britain’s Got Talent episode six?
From little singing sensation Malakai Paul to hilarious organist Graham Blackledge and weird-but-wonderful Humpty Dumpty performer Geisha, Saturday night’s offering of talent well and truly set Twitter and Facebook alight.
This Monday morning, you lot are still buzzing from all the excitement. The Twitter comments keep flooding our news feed, while more and more BGT blogs seem to pop up every week.
And that’s how we like it! We want to hear what you, the fans, really thought about all things BGT - from Judges’ banter to amaze auditions or LOL moments, we LOVE your feedback.
To be in with a chance of seeing your comment here next week, tweet us @gottalent using the #bgt tag and leave your comments on www.facebook.com/BritainsGotTalent.
Misha B, on Twitter
I've Just Sat And Cried My Eyes Out At *Malakai Paul* This Kid Is Truly Truly Blessed #BGT
Hannah Peach, on Facebook
Geisha was very funny but she was kind of creepy and a tad weird
Emily Harrop, on Facebook
i loved it Graham kept turning around not to smile at simon
And & Dec, on their blog
It all went a bit weird this week. 28-year-old Geisha Davis cast a bit of a shadow over the auditions and everything went slightly mad after that! She described herself as an 'Artist' then basically proceeded to sing Humpty Dumpty. Badly. You can’t really explain her act other than that.
Jeff Brazier, on Twitter
Know Molly Rainford can sing but most importantly she is an intelligent girl with a strong family for support & a full set of manners #BGT
Jessica Seeley, on Facebook
Nu Sxcool were amazing!! Next young Diversity!!
Laura Whitmore, on Twitter
#BGT is nailing it tonight!
Georgia Daly, on Facebook
I thought Truly Medley Deeply were amazing but gorgeous as well ♥
Tinchy Strider, on Twitter
It takes a lot to go on stage in front of all those ppl, especially at the age of 9 & he pulled through!...Young&talented #BGT
Unreality TV, on their BGT blog
Molly Rainford took the stage by storm on tonight’s Britain’s Got Talent show, which should probably have been retitled ‘Children Have Talent’, as it was truly the little acts that shone.
Following on from amazing young dance troupe Nu Sxool, talented girl group B Minor and 16 year old stand-up comic Callum Oakley, eleven year old Molly took to the stage and won the hearts of the judges and audience
Mary Katrantzou, on Twitter
RT @ELLEUK: @MaryKatrantzoufor @Topshop - dress of the season. It's fab on @AleshaOfficial #BGT” :)
Anna Mary Scarlett, on Facebook
B Minor were good reminded me of little mix
Ian Hyland, on Twitter
Geisha? Yeah, right. Nice try Sinitta #BGT
OK! Magazine, on Twitter
It's a new take on Humpty Dumpty, we'll give her that. #BGT
Stephen Mulhern, on his BGT blog
My favourite act on ITV1 is a young boy just 9 years old by the name of Malakai, an incredible singer and a lovely young man. It's great to see such young talent in this country.
My favourite on More Talent is without fail Big Dave! He is a strong man who can pull buses, helicopters and lift cars. But he couldn't even open a tomato sauce for me! It was one of the funniest moments in six years!"
Zeeshan A. Imtiazi, on Facebook
Molly is soo adorable!! very and i mean VERY beautiful voice!
Sam Faiers, on Twitter
Crying my eyes out at #bgt ;-( x x x x
Donna Baker, on Facebook
Tears to my eyes, heart in my mouth, so cute well done malakai x
Andrew Parkin, on Twitter
Graham you lad! #bgt #labamba
Wayne Rooney, on Twitter
The guy on #bgt playing the organ was hilarious.