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Britain’s Got Talent audience break down in tears as son of former winner appears ten years after dad made judges cry

THE Britain's Got Talent audience break down in tears tomorrow night as the son of a former winner appears on our screens ten years after he made the judges cry. Saturday night's instalment of the ITV show will see Attraction Juniors take to the stage to try and impress Simon Cowell, Amanda Holden, Alesha Dixon and David Walliams.

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Britain’s Got Talent say they could see exactly how a magician wowed the judges with his sleight of hand card tricks, amid claims that he should have got the Golden Buzzer.Junwoo, 23, who travelled from his home in South Korea to audition for the ITV show, had the audience gasping as he produced an endless stream of cards, seemingly out of nowhere, to the soundtrack of Cake by the Ocean by DNCE.Alesha Dixon, David Walliams, Simon Cowell and Amanda Holden all rose to their feet in admiration at the end of his routine.Some viewers praised his “supernatural” performance and criticised Alesha for not awarding him the Golden Buzzer straight through to the live shows, claiming it was a fix when it went to a hip hop duo later in the show.But others weren’t as impressed with Junwoo’s act, saying they could easily see how he was making his “magic”. One posted on Twitter: “Magician needs to use smaller cards so we don't clearly see them in his hand, and make it less glaringly obvious when he's taking more from his sleeves.”Others noted: “Magicians have done this for years, but with doves,” and: “They’re talking like they’ve never seen magicians do sleight of hands tricks."Junwoo, who only took up magic tricks after watching other contestants on BGT on YouTube, started his act by borrowing Alesha Dixon’s glasses and making them disappear.At the end he produced a box made from cards that contained her missing sunnies.
Britain's Got Talent fans all make same Amanda Holden complaint minutes into ITV show
Amanda Holden returned to ITV series Britain's Got Talent last night (April 14, 2022) - but many fans took to social media to make the same complaint about the star minutes into the show.The 51-year-old star sat alongside fellow judges Simon Cowell, Alesha Dixon and David Walliams on the latest installment of Britain's Got Talent - but fans were quick to point out one of the star's habits on social media.Minutes into the episode, many fans complained about the Amanda's laugh, with one saying: "Oh god here comes Amanda annoying fake laugh SHUT UP! #BritainsGotTalent #BGT."A second added: "Why does Amanda’s laugh sound like Finger nails on a blackboard #BGT."A third commented: "Here comes Amandas cackle #bgt," while a fourth said: "I have nightmares about amanda's fake laugh #BGT."Despite the complaints, fans also took to social media to praise a number of stand out acts throughout the episode, which took place at The London Palladium.These included pantomime tribute Dame Nation, who delighted audiences with their rendition of It's Raining Men - with the lyrics changed to It's Raining Dames. Teenage comedian Eva Abley, who suffers from cerebral palsy, was also a hit with the four judges as well as the London Palladium audience and viewers at home, with the 14-year old widely praised on social media.One viewer said: "Absolutely loved Eva on Britain's Got Talent tonight.
Britain's Got Talent viewers left in horror as member of staff is 'set on fire'
Britain's Got Talent judges and audience members were left terrified as a member of crew appeared to be caught on fire.Viewers watching from the audience was left with jaws wide open as they questioned whether the situation was "real".The member of staff was engulfed in flames and needed to follow the stop, drop and roll procedure.As he began to frantically roll about on stage, aid ran to his rescue with a fire extinguisher.The team flapped around ensuring that all of the flames were out.Simon Cowell even appeared to be shellshocked as he placed his hands over his face.Judge Amanda Holden was left flabbergasted as she screamed with fear while her co-star Alesha Dixon asked: "What happened?"Fans in the audience were just as confused as they turned to each other questioning: "Was that real?"Daily Star has contacted ITV for comment.It's unknown if the scenario was part of the act or not as it was never disclosed during the quick segment.This is a live TV story and is being constantly updated. Please refresh the page regularly for the latest news, pictures and video.You can also get email updates on the day’s biggest TV stories straight to your inbox by signing up for our soaps and Hot TV newsletters .Get all the very best news, pictures, opinion and video on your favourite TV shows by following Daily Star every time you see our name.
BGT’s biggest Ofcom rows - Amanda Holden racy outfits to BLM dance
Ofcom rows in the show’s 15-year history.Diversity sparked a huge reaction with their Black Lives Matter performance in 2020 which contained an anti-racism inspired dance which depicted the death of George Floyd in police custody, with a white actor kneeling on Ashley Banjo's neck.Many praised Diversity for highlighting the issue in their powerful and emotional routine, but complaints soon began pouring with Ofcom receiving a staggering 24,500 complaints."Take politics out of family entertainment," blasted one furious viewer.However, the performance received the full support of ITV and the watchdog alike.A spokesperson for Ofcom said: "We concluded that the programme did not raise issues which warranted investigation under our broadcasting rules."We carefully considered a large number of complaints about this artistic routine, an area where freedom of expression is particularly important.”Ashley's fellow BGT judge Alesha Dixon furiously defended the dance - which she said had moved her to "floods of tears".The broadcasting watchdog has received thousands of complaints about judge Amanda Holden’s sexy frocks during numerous episodes of the ITV series.Her super low-cut gown during a live show in 2017 received a massive 663 complaints - making it the most complained about moment of the year at the time. Another navy gown worn in 2020 featured a plunging neckline and thigh-high split.