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Squeeky bum time for Cavan's Got Talent

Story by Tom Kelly

Wednesday, 18th April, 2012 5:00pm

Squeeky bum time for Cavan's Got Talent

Soul Boyz raised their game this week with an incredible routine.

CGT 'kept her country' and if '70's week saw a rush on the sale of big fake afro wigs in town, this week's theme must've seen the local joke-shop run clean-out of novelty cowboy hats. As I think we've established at this stage, the Fourth Judge knows and sees all, even spotting Barrack Hill's Brendan Jermyn and Killeshandra lads Christy and Mono hunting in the local thrift shops searching out some country cool - a bit John Lewis and a lot less John Wayne!

'Cotton-eye' Joe Finnegan was back in control of the reins to run proceeding, radio presenter Keith 'Wily Bandit' Walsh returned to the judging hot-seat alongside Louise 'Rootin-Tootin' Reilly and a Muppet called Paul Cox. No, no, it was quite literally Paul Cox in Muppet puppet form, for a while at least.

Big performances from Harmony, Soulboyz and Christy and Mono again stole the show, while production difficulties and an unexpected last-minute line-up change saw The Standards unable to top last week's tremendous performance - and exited the competition.

Next week it's all down to the audience, the Judges having no say in voting proceedings whatsoever, not to mention it's going to be all blue-suede shoes 'uh-huh' aplenty for an Elvis themed week.

To hear what the Fourth Judge had to say about last week's performances, see this week's Anglo-Celt.

What do you think of the remaining acts, please post your comments below.

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