The final night of AGT auditions delivered Australian fan favourites, a funky nonna and even more record-breaking acts that left judges David Walliams, Kate Ritchie, Alesha Dixon and Shane Jacobson stunned.
David found himself back on stage to join circus clown Walison Muh for a highly entertaining mock cowboy duel that scored four yeses. “The great thing about the act is you don’t need any words and that’s an amazing talent to have,” David said.
Brothers and rappers, 15-year-old Dylan and 11-year-old Damien, busk at Sydney’s Pitt Street Mall on weekends and boast a fan list that includes The Kid LAROI and AGT’s very own host, Ricki-Lee. Tonight, they added four more names to their list when their audition received unanimous yeses.
Two auditions set brand new Guinness World Records: Speed stacking world champion Jaydyn Coggins completed 15 individual 3-6-3 sport stacks in a record time of 45.811 seconds, while Adam from Aussie Head Madness ate 123 grams of world’s hottest chilli: the Carolina Reaper.
Sydney 2000 Olympic Games sweetheart Nikki Webster was a proud coach when her singing group auditioned in front of the judges. “I’m lucky enough to be raising the next superstars of Australia. I’m so proud of each and every one of them.”
Australia’s favourite farmer, Dave from Big Brother and Dancing With The Stars, took to the AGT stage with his rescue dog Jimmy and kids from his charity RuffTRACK. “This is a bit different. I’m a youth worker and run a pretty unique program that utilises dogs to be able to transform kids,” he explained.
Alesha said: “I love what you are doing, love what this represents that all of us deserve a chance to start again.” Farmer Dave got four yeses.
The final audition of the season was an electrifying performance by 63-year-old DJ Sue, who the judges called “gangster granny” and “the coolest nanna on the planet”.
“We’ve never seen a lady of your age spin the decks like that,” David added before all four judges said yes.