Britain’s Got Talent returned for the second season of the 2023 series on Sunday night and viewers were treated to plenty of fun acts as judged by new judges Simon Cowell, 63, Amanda Holden, 52, Alesha Dixon, 44, and Bruno Tonioli, 67. who will you take to the next round of the competition?
Fans of the shows were shocked when one of the hopefuls set himself on fire while trying to solve a Rubik’s cube.
Mail Online in the second half, head judge Simon announced that he had selected his Golden Buzzer audition – 13-year-old choir boy Malakai Bayoh – as the singer moved the panel to tears as home fans took to social media to claim the £250,000 prize and take to the stage. In front of King Charles and Queen Camilla at the Royal Variety Performance later this year.
Elsewhere, a Latin dance duo delighted the audience when Nathan – a 24-year-old dancer with Down syndrome – surprised Alesha with a sarcastic wink when she asked if she wanted to appear. show, before having a “sassy” exchange with former Strictly Come Dancing critic Bruno.
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Britain’s Got Talent viewers were left “obsessed” with the show’s Coronation Street-themed launch on Sunday.
While filming in Manchester, hosts Ant McPartlin and Declan Donnelly lost the judges as they scoured the soap’s famous set.
Running into a host of famous faces found Amanda Holden, Alesha Dixon and Bruno Tonioli at Roy’s Rolls cafe.
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Another viewer, while loving the hysterical sketch, said: “That Corrie sketch was brilliant!”
Another commented: “Great start to BGT who love the Coronation Street sketch!”
Another wrote: “Obsessed with the random Corrie intro,” while a fifth said: “Starting with BGT Corrie, love that!”
The sketch saw the presenters quizzing them about potholes when Dec admitted to tracking Simon Cowell’s phone.
The pair watched as Corrie’s Sally Metcalfe (Sally Dynevor) looked shocked, with Ant saying: “Ant McPartlin, ex-rapper, current TV host and two-backer of the year.”
Dec quickly chimed in saying he was just “runner-up”, but Sally didn’t take much notice as she told him she was “standing on her feet” and walked away.
The clip cut to judges Simon, Amanda, Alesha and Bruno sitting around a small square table in Roy’s Rolls cafe.
Mail Online Wrapped up in their finery, Amanda looked stunning in a bold red figure hugging dress and pulled her long blonde hair up into a high ponytail.
Alesha also stunned in the pink number and swept her dark locks back into a sleek updo, while Bruno cut a dapper figure in a black leather jacket.