Britain's Got Talent's singing dog has false mouth
'Britain's Got Talent's' latest star, Wendy the singing dog, impressed viewers and judges when she sang along with her owner Marc Metral to 'Feelings' on Saturday night's show (11.04.15) however it has now been revealed that the ventriloquist was using a remote controlled mouth
'Britain's Got Talent' star Wendy the singing dog has a remote controlled mouth.
The pooch and her French owner Marc Metral shocked the audience and judges when they appeared to join each other in a rendition of the 70s hit 'Feelings' on Saturday night's show (11.04.15) landing them a place in the semi final.
However, the secret behind their incredible act has since been revealed with ventriloquist Marc using a remote controlled mouth to give the impression his pet was talking.
The ITV show's judges were astounded when the dog appeared to have a conversation with her owner before belting out the tune during the auditions with Amanda Holden telling Marc he had made "television history".
Even show boss Simon Cowell was impressed and labelled Wendy's talent "unbelievable".
He said: "Wow. I don't know how she does that. How does she know the words? Unbelievable."
It has since been revealed by The Sun newspaper that the remote control technique was first used on the American version of the talent show in 2012.
Todd Oliver and his French bulldog Irving are said to have astounded judges on the series three years ago using a similar remote control false nose and mouth which was placed over the pooch's face.