On Saturday’s Britain's Got Talent, Francine Lewis impressed the judges with her impressions of Cheryl Cole, Stacey Solomon and Katie Price.
The mum-of-two, who briefly appeared on Channel 4’s comedy show VIP, took to the stage in the hope to get back into showbiz.
Opening her act with an impression of Stacey Solomon, Francine had the judges in stitches joking that when she found out she had landed the a job as the face of Iceland, she immediately put on a wooly hat and picked up her passport.
She also did a spot on impression of Katie Price where she quipped that she had arranged everything for her recent wedding including the divorce lawyers.
Francine finished on an impression of Cheryl Cole where she addressed Simon Cowell as her ‘frienemy’.
All four judges took to their feet at the end of the act and applauded her.
An overwhelmed Francine started to cry as the judges laid on the compliments.
David gushed: “Wow! That was incredible. Brilliant impressions, brilliant choices of people. All original, none of which I’ve seen before.”
Alesha agreed saying: “I love you. And whatever happens in this competition you are amazing at what you do. I’m speechless.”
Amanda added: “What I really admire about you is how you’re not trying to sneak back into the door of show business you’ve just stood on a stage of a show millions of people watch and you’re just willing to give it a go to get back out there.”
Simon rounded off the judges incredible feedback saying: “Those impressions were fantastic, normally I don’t know who half these people are. But they were current, funny, the dialogue was good. And you look amazing and you put everything together. I really do think we are looking at a future star.”
With four yeses, Francine progressed to the next round.
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