Lincolnshire dancing dog act makes final of Britain’s Got Talent on public wild card

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A talented dancing dog act from Lincolnshire will appear in the final of Britain’s Got Talent after viewers voted to keep them in the show as a wild card entry.

Lucy Heath, 30, from Billingborough and her performing dog Trip Hazard failed to get through in the semi-finals aired on Thursday, May 26.

Dancing dog Trip Hazard. Photo: YouTube

Dancing dog Trip Hazard. Photo: YouTube

However, the public has given the duo a reprieve, voting them through to the final on Saturday night.

Trip, who is a cross between a Pomeranian and a Maltese, is described by Lucy as a “crowd pleaser” and a “dog with a difference”.

Their semi-final performance saw them take to the stage for their routine to Be Our Guest from Beauty and the Beast.

The judges following Lucy and Trip's performance. Screenshot: YouTube

The judges following Lucy and Trip’s performance. Screenshot: YouTube

Although their performance was incredibly well-received by members of the public and the judges, impressionist Craig Ball and teenage singer Jasmine Elcock were voted through.

Following the show, voting lines opened for viewers to vote on which of the five wild card acts from all five semi-finals should also go through to the final.

The phone lines closed at 11pm and Britain’s Got Talent has announced that the pair were saved by the public and will now appear in the final.