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Lucy and Trip Hazard impress but miss out on Britain’s Got Talent victory




Lucy and Trip Hazard. Photo: ITV and Freemantle Media
Lucy and Trip Hazard. Photo: ITV and Freemantle Media

Billingborough dog trainer Lucy Heath and little sidekick Trip Hazard impressed in the final of Britain’s Got Talent but missed out on ultimate victory.

Lucy, 30, and little Pomeranian-Maltese cross Trip Hazard were put through to tonight’s (Saturday’s) final on ITV with a public ‘wildcard’.

The duo completed a superhero themed routine.

“Whatever happens tonight you are at my house next week to sort out my lot,” said judge Simon Cowell, who has a couple of pet pooches himself.

David Walliams added: “I think you have got a really good chance tonight.”

Meanwhile, Amanda Holden said it was ‘a perfect performance’.

And Alisha Dixon declared: “Trip Hazard is a superhero.” She said the pair had ‘smashed it’.



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