Britain's Got Talent's The Lost Voice Guy has everyone in stitches
Britain’s Got Talent is all about finding a one-of-a-kind act, and The Lost Voice Guy is exactly that.
Comedian Lee Ridley, aka The Lost Voice Guy, has been left unable to speak from his cerebral palsy, so uses his iPad to deliver his unique stand-up routine – and it was brilliant.
As soon as he walked on to the stage and the audience saw his T–shirt with a leaping wheelchair logo and the slogan ‘I’m only in it for the parking’, he was already ahead of the game and had them cracking up.
Before he started, he told the judges the real reason he auditioned for BGT and it was just perfect.
“I think entered Britain’s Got Talent for the same reason everyone else does… to meet Ant and Dec,” he said.
He had the judges cracking up with David Walliams calling the audition “one of the best stand-up routines I’ve seen – let alone on this show”, which is high praise indeed.
Simon Cowell thought he was great and vowed to work with him both on the show and off.
Not surprisingly, Lee landed four Yeses and sailed through the audition stage.
Viewers also thought his audition was absolutely hilarious and shared their appreciation for Lee’s talents.
Britain’s Got Talent returns next Saturday (April 28) on ITV.
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