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Britain's Got Talent fans fume series has 'gone too quick' as auditions come to close

Britain's Got Talent fans are not happy with how fast the series has gone this year as the famous auditions come to a close. ITV viewers were given the devastating news that auditions will end in next weeks show on Saturday night (May 21) as it was revealed the judges will see a handful more acts and then make their choices.

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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.
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Britain's Got Talent fans split over Ant and Dec's Golden Buzzer act amid 'fix' claims
Britain's Got Talent (May 7) saw judges Amanda Holden, Simon Cowell, David Walliams and Alesha Dixon enjoy an evening of variety acts.Waiting in the wings, hosts Ant and Dec also enjoyed the slew of performances that ranged from singing, poetry, dancing, magic and comedy.With each of the judges as well as the Geordie duo having a Golden Buzzer act they are allowed to claim throughout the audition process, lucky contestants who make the grade are fast-tracked through the stages.After a Japanese magician, Keiichi Iwasaki, performed on the show tonight – he was hopeful that he might nab the coveted Golden Buzzer.Taking to the stage, he asked judge Alesha to assist him in an incredible illusion that left viewers with their jaws on the floor.Keiichi asked Alesha to raise a finger before showing off a ring and walking away."This ring, your finger," he said before he flicked his hand and the ring started to spin around in the air.It then began to hover through the air towards Alesha before landing finger.After receiving resounding roar of applause from the audience and judges, the magician was overjoyed.And even more so when he received a slew of yes votes.But that wasn't all, because soon after Ant and Dec bound onto the stage, down the steps and towards the panel before plunging the Golden Buzzer down.Fans were completely divided by Ant and Dec's decision. Some were overjoyed, while some branded it a "fix", and others were unhappy as they believed somebody earlier in the show deserved it more."That’s what you call variety, great golden buzzer choice," said one happy viewer.Another commented: "The best kind of magic is when you think you know how he’s doing it.
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Britain’s Got Talent judging panel is a huge source of drama on and off-camera as fiery judges Alesha Dixon, Amanda Holden, Simon Cowell and David Walliams entertain the nation on the ITV hit show.Over the years the nation has watched the fiery foursome duke it out over controversial acts in front of the cameras and make bold swipes at one another to reporters.But off camera, the judges have also engaged in some serious feuds.From divorce swipes, major snubs and contestants rows, check out our round up of the top five BGT judges feuds… The internet was set alight back in 2020 with rumours that BGT judge Alesha Dixon was “at war” with Simon Cowell’s beau, Lauren Silverman.A report claimed Lauren had a “showdown” with Alesha over fears she was too close to Simon on Britain’s Got Talent.It was claimed the confrontation happened backstage at auditions in London and left judge Alesha shaken and upset.A source told The Sun that crew members said Lauren “didn’t like the fact Simon and Alesha whispered to each other in recording gaps”.Alesha eventually hit back at the reports on Twitter, blasting: “First class journalism at its best again! Don’t let the truth get in the way of a good story!“How long can they keep getting away with this negative, toxic behaviour!”She added: “Lauren has been nothing but gracious to my family! Have you learnt nothing from Caroline [Flack]’s passing! #bekind.”Amanda Holden dished the dirt on jibes between Simon Cowell and David Walliams back in 2016 after the pair shared a series of frosty moments.Speaking to Fabulous magazine, Amanda revealed that Simon took his banter with David too far, commenting on Dave’s break-up with ex-wife Lara Stone .Amanda said: “David made it personal [first]… he dares