There’s one final chance to audition for Britain’s Got Talent 2013, with open auditions taking place next month in London.
The show is giving people another opportunity to try out for the show by holding an Open Auditions Day at The Oval in London.
After a successful Open Auditions tour of cities around Great Britain, the demand from the public to audition remains incredibly high so on Saturday 19 January, The Oval will be throwing its doors open to welcome performers of any age, background and talent.
Last year over 6,000 people turned up to audition at The Oval’s Open Day so the doors open at 9.00am and will not close until the last act is seen. Two of 2012’s amazing live semi-finalists auditioned at The Oval last year – singer Hope Murphy and circus performer, Billy George.
Matt Banks, Series Producer, Britain’s Got Talent, says: “We’ve already seen thousands of acts but we want to make sure we find the best talent around and this Open Day allows even more people to audition.
“After such a huge year for Great Britain in 2012 we want to keep Britain proud for 2013 by bringing a series packed with talent to ITV1.”
People who wish to enter can register to audition at www.itv.com/talent or just turn up on the day.
Those who impress will get the chance to go in front of the judges – Simon Cowell, Amanda Holden, Alesha Dixon and David Walliams – who will all be turning to the panel.
Last year’s show saw thrilling finale to the 2012 series, Simon’s dream of a dancing dog emerging victorious came true when Ashleigh & Pudsey were crowned the winners.