Talking Dog On Britain’s Got Talent

Talking Dog

The Judges are left open-mouthed when Marc Métral introduces his talking dog Miss Wendy. Almost 11 million viewers were enthralled by ventriloquist Marc Métral’s musical hound Miss Wendy on Saturday night. Simon Cowell looked on in disbelief when the dog moved her mouth in perfect time to the 70s classic Feelings.

Remote Controlled Dog Jaw Mask

But last night it emerged the trick has been seen before on the US version of the show three years ago. In 2012 a contestant on America’s Got Talent, Todd Oliver, astounded judges with his talking French bulldog Irving. The trick works by the ventriloquist uses a remote control to operate a mechanical nose and mouth that is placed over the dog’s face.

Check out 61 year old Marc Métral with his dog Miss Wendy perform on stage in the video below.

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