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Life is certainly full of surprises, and our Your Face Sounds Familiar celebs stepped up this week to give us a lorra, lorra talent!
That's enough Cilla puns, but the lady herself, TV royalty Cilla Black, joined our fabulous judging panel and stole back her crown; Queen of Saturday night TV! #WeloveCilla
Our one word summary of our second week of celebrity transformations? WOW! I don’t think we’ll ever get over Matt’s performance in a hurry. The rugged Welshman caused a storm (literally a feather storm) with his Taylor Swift pyjama party.
Did you know Alexander Armstrong was a secret punk? No us neither! He well and truly showed us with his Johnny Rotten transformation, as our posh boy went punk and absolutely smashed it.
Last week’s winner Cheryl was next up taking on the power vocals of Anastacia, which is by no means an easy feat. When asked how confident she was feeling during rehearsals, she gave a 6 out of 10 but we reckon she hit a 10 with that belter of a performance - we can safely say Cheryl was made for a power ballad!
Next up Denise rocked out taking on Lenny Kravitz (AND gave Matt a run for his money in the best cross-dressing stakes award). She’s an absolute natural at this performing lark, don't you agree?
It was battle of the pop-princesses as Natalie saw Matt’s Taylor Swift and raised him a Britney in an absolutely Intoxicating performance! It is not easy to sing and dance at the same time but our Yorkshire pudding made it look effortless.
And, after taking styling tips from Cilla, Bobby was our final act to take to the stage, and he owned it. With moves like Jagger and those of a chicken, Bobby satisfied the audience with his uncanny Mick Jagger transformation!
Scoring time and it was tight: Bobby’s Mick Jagger took the lead after the judges and celebrity vote, but once the public voted it was a surprising but deserved win for our pop-princess Natalie and her charity Bliss!
Watch Natalie's performance here
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