Despite failing to impress acid tongued judge Simon Cowell, Fylde coast juggler Thomas Senior is celebrating going through to the next round of ITV’s hit show Britain’s Got Talent.
The 16-year-old, who calls himself Thomas Bounce, says he wants to make juggling “really cool”.
The former Rossall school pupil, from Great Eccleston, was put through to the next round by the other judges Amanda Holden, David Walliams and Alesha Dixon after performing his bounce juggling routine on Saturday evening.
Simon Cowell told Thomas: “Juggling ping pong balls, after 30 seconds I found it a bit boring.”
But feisty Thomas (pictured) replied: “These aren’t ping pong balls, they are proper bouncy balls.”
The teenager won over the heart of Amanda Holden who described his act as “very entertaining” while David Walliams said he wanted to see more. Afterwards, Thomas said: “It feels like a dream.”