Absolutely stunning. I loved the fusion of music, and the homage to Mission Impossible was truly innovative. The part where they threw that lad across the stage could have so easily gone wrong, but as a result, it paid off. The whole sequence was edited horribly by ITV producers, but for the awesome sequence to still show is a testmament to how amazing it was. 10/10.
02. Sue Son.
I wasn't bowled over by the piece she chose. The performance was OK, though Escala did it better, and with more people, plus Sue has an embarrasing lack of stage persona. I don't hold it against her for dropping her "friend" (and think Amanda made a good point asking what kind of "best friend" the crap keyboard player was to not support her), but there is a shifty quality to Sue that makes me think she's the kind of person who's a bit of a goon. 4/10.
03. Darth Jackson.
What a pile of shit! 2/10.
04. Natalie Okri.
Despite her being a represent of the SE London massive, I have no time for Natalie Okri, who, I feel, epitomizes the whole glory-hunting, playing the cute-card aspect of Britain's Got Sob Stories. Her voice didn't project enough and the song didn't test her vocal range. How she got into the final three is beyond me, and I am disgusted that Amanda Holden gave her her vote. Also, those tears she shed at the end made me larf so hard, as if crying ever got anyone anywhere. Hope I never see her ever again, lil' princess. 3/10.
05. Julia Midenko.
Amazing bod, but this was very inferior to her audition performance, which geniunely was rather sizzling. It's quite difficult to belly-dance to Lady Marmalade, and Midenko just ends up sliding around the stage instead. 4/10.
06. Nick Hell.
EWWWWWWWWWW. I'm sorry, but drilling holes in ones' nose is not, and never will be, my idea of talent. Mate, go home. 1/10.
07. Faces of Disco.
Crap song, the dance moves were never in synch and there was nothing new to the dance moves. Nice to see the bodies of the boys though. :) 5/10.
08. Susan Boyle.