Rapper DJ Talent says: I’m out to win!
PUBLISHED: 16:21 29 April 2009 | UPDATED: 15:52 16 August 2010
A RAPPER says he has the charisma to win entertainment contest Britain s got Talent. The aptly named DJ Talent, real name Anthony Ghosh, 30, from Beckenham wowed all four of the judges in to saying yes on last Saturday s show despite Simon Cowell call
A RAPPER says he has the charisma to win entertainment contest Britain's got Talent.
The aptly named DJ Talent, real name Anthony Ghosh, 30, from Beckenham wowed all four of the judges in to saying 'yes' on last Saturday's show despite Simon Cowell calling his performance "horrific".
The super-confident DJ, who has 28 gold teeth, says he is now looking forward to winning the show and singing for the Queen at the Royal Variety Show.
He said: "It would be an honour. I wouldn't be nervous because I'm a natural performer and quite a calm person.
"It was amazing, a serious smash. I went down as a hit. I liked Simon and Piers the most. I went on This Morning on Monday. I'm more famous than Jordan, I've had all sorts of people calling me, the phone is ringing off the hook, I've had to turn it off.
"This is all going to take me to the next level and get my music out there. I'm going to be the next Kanye West. I've definitely got the talent and charisma to win."
Mr Ghosh began the process of auditioning for the popular show last year.
He says last Saturday was the best night of his life and he is looking forward to the next stage which is yet to be confirmed.
DJ Talent added: "It is all good experience and exposure, the more the better. I'm not sure when I'll next be performing, but it will be big. I want to get my music out there. I definitely have an individual style."
After performing his repetitive rap which goes: "I say Britain, you say talent, it's Britain's got talent, it's DJ Talent," Simon Cowell said: "It was horrific, but I got to know the chorus after about 30 seconds."
Piers Morgan said yes straight away, but hesitation from Kelly Brook prompted Mr Ghosh to beg her to put him through. After convincing her, he thanked her and asked her out on a date, saying he would buy her "a salad and a bit of chicken."
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