From Olympic gymnast to bikini car wash in Belgium’s Got Talent

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Of bikini car wash to dancing men in heels: judges Dan Karaty, An Lemmens, Stan Van Samang and Niels Destadsbader get in the fourth auditieaflevering of Belgium’s Got Talent on Friday, march 16 the craziest acts presented. Other auditions provide for surprise, distress, and buldergelach. The 1.186.000 viewers (live+4) – good for a market share at 45.4% (VVA 18-54) – last week at post, so also this Friday, good for a solid dose of entertainment.

The striker is bitten off by gymnastenduo Interius Were (18 and 23), Brussels and Deurne), which consists of athletes, friends and vloggers Jimmy and Noah. The two etaleerden their talent previously: Jimmy took in 2012 participated in the Olympics and even Noah represented our country at several international championships. Lovers of the better stuntwerk be also with Rafik Bobo (25, Antwerp, belgium) at their beck and call. The professional stuntman brings a comic acrobatieact for the jury. Rafik was, however, just before his audition, suffering from an injury. Will tricks on him play?

The youngest talent of the evening is the 11-year-old ballerina Nanou (Maasmechelen). Ballet is not the only thing that this versatile dancer is doing: she combines gymnastics, acting and miming. The Dutch Marinka (29, Geldrop) started several years ago with pole dancing to her uncertainty to overcome. Meanwhile, she has also her hobby. Dressed in a tijgerpakje let Marinka the beast in himself free. Also, Eva (Tielt-Winge) goes solo to the stage. The 36-year-old teacher has a passion for theatre, but pushed that aside in order for her 4 children. With its participation in Belgium’s Got Talent, she wants to change that. In her monologue she lays her soul bare.

“We come here in the middle of the roof to play”, that is the ambitious promise that the young punkrockband Motion to Maintain (16-18, Leuven). In their best strandoutfits they hope the jury to convince with a self-penned number. More and louder musical violence is of percussiegroep DrumSpirit (15-19, Dadizele). The close-knit group of friends has a unique act built around the song Shape of You by Ed Sheeran. Store they touch?

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