BGT singer wants terrifying win
'Britain's Got Talent' singer Neil Fullard hopes that Saturday's (22.05.10) rendition of 'Come Fly With Me' will help him escape his dangerous life working on the doors of the country's roughest night clubs
A 'Britain's Got Talent' singing bouncer hopes to escape his dangerous job for stardom.
Neil Fullard, 43, who wrestles guns, knives and drugs off thugs every night in his work as a doorman, says his rendition of 'Come Fly With Me' on Saturday's (22.05.10) show was scarier than working at some of the country's roughest night clubs.
He told The Sun newspaper: "I was absolutely terrified. I had to force myself to get up there.
"By the time Ant and Dec pushed me on the stage something had happened, and I'm not used to that sort of thing. I was shell shocked really."
As well as Neil the bouncer, another hopeful seeking a chance at the big time on the show is drag act Corey-Sean Williams.
The 18-year-old performer hopes the show will improve his love life, after admitting his Beyonce Knowles impersonations make it difficult for him to find a girlfriend.
He said: "My girlfriends get a bit upset by it when I dress up because I'm so in touch with my feminine side. A lot of my girlfriends aren't really comfortable with it and think I'm gay."
On Saturday's show Corey-Sean mimicked Beyonce's iconic dance routine to 'Single Ladies (Put a Ring on It)' to the crowd's delight, and has also promised he can deliver equally entertaining performances impersonating Britney Spears and Lady Gaga.
He said: "I put all my energy into performing. I can perform as a boy too but I'm better as a girl."
'Britain's Got Talent' continues this Saturday (29.05.10).