Fresh from Britain’s Got Talent where Aaron Carty performed Crazy in Love and Single Ladies to the judges, getting Alesha Dixon up on her feet dancing and David Walliams asking to be arrested by the ex-police officer. Aaron had already hit headlines when he was a police officer for arresting Jade Goody – a story that made headlines again when it broke that Aaron would be auditioning for Britain’s Got Talent.

The ex-policer had his nan in absolute shock during the performance, asking “Is That Aaron?” in full Beyonce costume. Aaron wowed the judges and surprised them with his own take on Beyonce with his full female dance crew.

The Protest show is the first full show Aaron has done; a combination of 34 Beyonce songs and video content over two hours along with special guests; complete with iconic Beyonce costumes, moves and audience participation. It was whilst finding out his fate on Britain’s Got Talent that Aaron first protested.

It was revealed that Aaron didn’t make it to the live shows, he said to the judges – “I must protest”… This show is his protest.

The Beyoncé impersonator will be dancing along with his full female dance crew, and GOP twins along with cinematic short films this is a show not to be missed.

Aaron began his dance impersonation to Beyonce just over a year ago, but within that year the Entertainer/Entrepreneur has performed on Britain’s Got Talent, closed London Pride 2015 at Trafalgar Square, performed in front of 10,000 people in Sitges, Spain and at the iconic G-A-Y during the launch of Britain’s Got Talent.

The Protest show – is the next level of Aaron’s Beyonce Experience, exclusive to Troxy – One night Only.

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