Ruddy Muddy celebrates Jack and Tim’s BGT success with latest van artwork
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Norfolk van artist, Ruddy Muddy, has celebrated Jack and Tim's Britain's Got Talent success in his own unique way.
Working alongside Damsel Dragonfly, Ruddy Muddy - real name Ricky Minns - created a portrait of the father and son in the dirt on the back of a Mercedes Sprinter 316 van using just a finger, some tissues and cotton buds.
Singing duo Jack and Tim Goodacre, from Eccles near Attleborough, performed in the Britain's Got Talent live shows on Thursday, May 31.
The pair had gone straight through to the semi-finals after earning Simon Cowell's golden buzzer at their first audition.
Following their performance last night of self-penned song Big Wide World, there was more acclaim for the duo with the public sending them in to the top three.
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They will now battle it out in the final on Sunday, June 3 for a chance to win a slot at the Royal Variety Show and a £100,000 prize.
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