Nutty Noah hopes to impress BGT judges

PUBLISHED: 12:30 21 January 2011

Nutty Noah, children's entertainer, is auditioning for Britain's Got Talent, practising his act of juggling beach balls in one of the squash courts at Hutton Moor Leisure Centre.

Nutty Noah, children's entertainer, is auditioning for Britain's Got Talent, practising his act of juggling beach balls in one of the squash courts at Hutton Moor Leisure Centre.

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HE may be known as Nutty Noah - but this juggling act hopes the new Britain’s Got Talent judges aren’t tough nuts to crack.

Nutty Noah, children's entertainer, is auditioning for Britain's Got Talent, practising his act of juggling beach balls in one of the squash courts at Hutton Moor Leisure Centre.

Children’s entertainer Noah, of Devonshire Road in Weston, is practicing hard for his audition next week in front of the BGT panel.

This is the second time he has made it through to the televised audition stage of the hit ITV programme – and has his fingers crossed that he can make it through to the live TV finals this year.

Noah, aged 40, said: “Apart from Amanda Holden, the judges are different and the Hoff and Michael McIntyre are on the panel.

“Last time there was a lot of negativity but this year it is going to be a much better atmosphere.”

Nutty Noah, children's entertainer, is auditioning for Britain's Got Talent, practising his act of juggling beach balls in one of the squash courts at Hutton Moor Leisure Centre.

Father-of-four Noah will have the full support of his family when he auditions in Cardiff this Tuesday.

He will be juggling three massive beach balls to try and impress the judges, and has already planned his show-stopping performance if he makes the finals.


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