shows off its talents in its latest sponsorship campaign whilst WHSmith promotes a tasty offer for travellers with room in their suitcases.

AO’s got talent

Electricals etailer has recently snapped up some unusual recruits, including a ventriloquist’s dummy and a Maltese-Pomeranian dog.

Fear not, the online retailer is not plumbing new depths for delivery drivers – instead, was filming its latest advert for its Britain’s Got Talent sponsorship deal. Britain's Got Talent Ventriloquist Steve Hewlett Arthur Lager Britain’s Got Talent

Ventriloquist Steve Hewlett with dummy Arthur Lager

The retailer teamed up with a host of the talent shows’ past favourites for its 10-second advertising spot and even let its own employees audition for a chance to get in on the action.

Fingers crossed that boss Steve Caunce will wow’s board with the same gusto that this year’s Britain’s Got Talent hopefuls show to the judges.

WHSmith hits the sweet spot

Chocaholics need to get themselves down to the WHSmith store at Heathrow airport as bargains are to be had for those willing to buy in bulk.

For only £45 customers can get either 48 Cadbury Flakes or KitKats.

Those on a diet may want to plump for 24 Bounty chocolate bars for the bargain basement price of £22.

Whsmith chocolate

Whsmith chocolate

A bountiful offer from WHSmith at London Heathrow airport

These fantastic deals were spotted by Twitter users @kevinpheath and @timothyjhoward, while @Kav_Kaushik highlighted how it is customary for Indian travellers to bring home a whole crate of Bounty home for their relatives.

Or perhaps they can be used for bribing airline check-in staff on overbooked flights.