Britain’s Got Talent returns for another ITV thriller with judges Simon Cowell, Alesha Dixon, David Walliams and Amanda Holden as well as hosts Ant McPartlin and Declan Donnelly
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Britain’s Got Talent viewers were distracted on Saturday night when many claimed they recognized a contestant from the 5 Stay Boys dance crew from BBC One’s The Greatest Dancer dance competition.
Judges Simon Cowell, Alesha Dixon, David Walliams and Amanda Holden are back for another part of the audition on the hit ITV talent show.
Five boys took to the Britain’s Got Talent stage and said they were performing to fight the bullying they face because of their passion for dance.
Young dancers – Toby-Jay, Ollie, Joey, Beau and Adam – formed the group 5 Star Boys after they met at a dance convention in Birmingham and performed an emotional performance on stage. ITV in Saturday episode.
Their performance of You Will Be Found, from the hit musical Dear Evan Hansen, touched on their challenge of being bullied.
As the boys performed, some Britain’s Got Talent viewers took to Twitter to congratulate them on the routine, with some even calling it a Golden Buzzer-worthy, while some ITV fans also took to said they thought they recognized one of the dancers from another TV show.
Taking to Twitter, one person wrote: “I remember that boy Joey from The Greatest Dancer,” as another posted: “One of these boys is Joseph from The Greatest Dancer.”
Another tweeted: “Think one of the boys was on The Greatest Dancer,” as a fourth wrote: “Five good boys, one of those guys was on the Great Dancer.” Britain’s biggest with Alesha on BBC a few years ago.”
Another posted: “ITS JOSEPH of the greatest dancer.”
Fans seem to recognize one of the boys as Joseph Chow, one of the performers on the BBC’s talent show and popular with the show’s dance captains Cheryl Cole and Matthew Morrison , Oti Mabuse and Todrick Hall.
Britain’s Got Talent returned to our screens earlier this month, after two years without airing due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
After a mandatory hiatus, judges Amanda Holden, Simon Cowell, David Walliams and Alesha Dixon have all reunited to once again search for the country’s next big star, while also unearthing some undiscovered talent. previously discovered.
However, within hours of the show first premiering on ITV on Saturday night, speculation began that some aspects of the show had been ‘fixed’ – with some auditions causing a The number of spectators watching at home must raise an eyebrow.
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The most controversial moment in Britain’s Got Talent’s opening episode came when singer Loren Allred spectacularly performed the song Never Enough from the soundtrack of The Greatest Showman.
The contestant’s performance was hoped to be enough for judge Amanda to hit the Golden Vibrator, but some viewers from the sofa felt Loren had an unfair advantage over those who wanted otherwise.
It was revealed on Saturday night’s show that Loren was actually the vocalist behind the musical movie’s hit single – the exact same song she performed for her audition.
While Loren did not appear in the film starring Hugh Jackman, Zac Efron and Zendaya, she did provide vocals for the iconic rendition of the hit, with part played by actress Rebecca Ferguson. as opera singer Jenny Lind. .
Comedian Axel Blake impressed judges, audiences and viewers with his charming personality and witty jokes on Saturday night’s show – as he received the Golden Buzz award and made it to the live semi-finals. from Simon.
However, many were quick to point out that Axel, 33, has been a pretty successful stand-up comedian with shows on one of the biggest streaming platforms in the world, Amazon Prime.
Britain’s Got Talent 2022 continues at 8pm on Saturday on ITV.
https://www.mirror.co.uk/tv/tv-news/bgt-fans-distracted-after-spotting-26840441 BGT fans distracted after spotting contestant from The Greatest Dancer amid 'fix' claims