Britain’s Got Talent audience baffled by singer’s weird act with two creepy mannequins on a stick

Olsi Bylyku dasmë me Eglin, çifti pas bashkëjetesës, gati për martesëSandra-May Flowers brought two mannequins connected by an extending painting pole (Picture: Rex)

The Britain’s Got Talent audience are left speechless after a singer performs with to mannequins on the end of a stick on Saturday’s show.

Sandra-May Flowers, 58, reveals to the judges that she’s originally from the UK but moved to New York in order to work on her performance skills.

Given the effort she’s put into her craft, it’s safe to say everyone’s expecting big things.

However, what nobody was expecting was her act to be accompanied by two of the creepiest mannequins ever made.

While Sandra sings Minnie Riperton’s Lovin You, she also danced along with the two effigies on the end of a long stick – with the female dummy’s wig even falling off in the middle of the performance.

Sandra hit all the high notes and impressive whistle tones in her song, but all eyes were on her ‘backing dancers’ who had the audience and the judges completely baffled.

Olsi Bylyku dasmë me Eglin, çifti pas bashkëjetesës, gati për martesëWe’re genuinely going to have nightmares about the male mannequin’s teeth (Picture: Dymond/Thames/Syco/REX)

A close-up after the act was finished showed the male mannequin has some thick-rimmed glasses and a moustache, as well as what appeared to be am old set of false teeth in his mouth.

Sandra also revealed that the stick the mannequins were on was actually fashioned from the pole of an extendable paintbrush – so at least she can repurpose the mannequins to touch up her ceilings after the show.

Judge Alesha Dixon sums it up quite well by commenting: ‘Sandra, it doesn’t happen often but I just genuinely don’t know what to say.’

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You and us both, Alesha. Top marks for the singing and the creative use of a painting pole but we’re still freaked out about the human teeth in the male mannequin’s head.

Britain’s Got Talent airs on Saturday at 8pm on ITV.

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