BGT attracts 6.1 million viewers debuts after two years of not broadcasting – down from 8.6 million in 2020

ITV’s Britain’s Got Talent is back on our screens once again – with the show’s opening episode last night receiving 6.1 million viewers, less than the first episode of its final series on 2020, reaching 8.6 million VND

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Britain’s Got Talent returned to ITV on Saturday night after a hiatus due to the coronavirus pandemic.

The family show last aired in 2020 but the pandemic has halted and halted a 2021 series.

Naturally, fans are excited that the talent show is going to make a big comeback – and the episode amassed 6.1 million viewers, with a peak of 7.2 million.

It’s less than the 2020 series, which averages 8.6 million tweaks in the first episode by tellymixwith a peak of just under 10m.







Britain’s Got Talent returned to ITV on Saturday night after a hiatus due to the coronavirus pandemic
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It is not known whether that includes people watching it live or their computers and tablets.

A program spokesman said bosses were delighted with the rating, “pretty great for a very warm bank holiday”.

They told Mirror Online: “It was fantastic to welcome our audience back last night and celebrate BGT’s return on TV. BGT came out with 6.1m with a peak of 7.2m and 41% split shall.

“Pretty great for a very warm bank holiday. The highest rated show of 2022 has 6.3 million, so everyone is happy.







Nick Edwards was one of the performances that impressed the BGT judges last night
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“These numbers don’t take into account anyone watching the show on digital devices or social media platforms.”

Judges Amanda Holden, Simon Cowell, Alesha Dixon and David Walliams returned to their seats as they watched the audition.

In the opening episode, many were confused by an unseen act involving Amanda.

The ITV show saw judge Amanda stand in the middle of the stage as she was hypnotized by an ‘invisible’ person who wreaked havoc on the stage.







Greatest Showman singer Loren Allred stunned the judges when she performed on last night’s episode
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At the iconic London Palladium, the invisible man made Alesha Dixon choose an item out of the box, Amanda guessed right, and even bizarrely wrote it on the blackboard, despite the fact that no one was there to write.

The judges all marveled at the performance and gave their four nods in front of the empty stage, but fans are sure they’ve correctly guessed who’s behind Phantom – and that’s it. appeared on the show before.







Alesha Dixon on the jury
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Viewers will remember how magician X identified himself as Marc Spelmann during the live finale, revealing himself as Ant McPartlin, and Dec Donnelly’s Golden Buzzer pick from the previous series.

And now fans of the show think he’s back for this new series with a new alias.

“I guess Marc spelmann will return as a ghost on #bgt“, one person wrote, as a second writer online: “It is impossible that the magician x/Marc Spelmann is behind the specter that could #BGT. ”







Amanda joined the trick
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A third shared: “Tell you now the ghost is Marc,” with a fourth post: “Will Marc Spelmann return as a random ghost? #BGT. “The fifth added:” Get my prediction now… The specter is Marc Spelman #BGT #Britain’s Got Talent. ”

“It’s definitely Marc Spellman as the ghost. He’s been ‘X’ for a year but hasn’t won. He can’t fool us so easily. #BGT,” shared a sixth as they provided their theory online.

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