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 referred to a contestant who received four yeses from the jury as ‘ripping Lucy Spraggan’ on Saturday night.
Judges Simon Cowell, Alesha Dixon, David Walliams and Amanda Holden are back for another part of the audition on the hit ITV talent show.
Early on in the show, pot-washer Honey Scott took to the stage to perform her original song for the judges and went on to receive four yeses.
But when she strums her guitar and even delves like Stephen Mulhern into her lyrics, viewers can’t help but compare Honey to X Factor’s Lucy Spraggan.
Taking to Twitter, one person wrote: “I’m sure she’s adorable but I’m getting evil Lucy Spraggan energy,” another wrote: “Is this Lucy Spraggan lol.”
One savage fan chorused: “Lucy Spraggan rips!”
Another described Honey as “Lucy Spraggan Fast Food” while another wrote: “The ghost of Lucy Spraggan hovers over the stage.”
However, many viewers admitted that the contestant was “bloody”, when he performed an original song about BGT to serve the judges.
Ahead of Saturday’s episode, Britain’s Got Talent judges were shocked in a clip introducing the show, following a daring acrobatics on stage.
An acrobatic troupe called The Freaks performed a process that included tossing one member of the group into the air – to the amazement of the judges.
The performance uses the girls as jump ropes after launching them through the air and across the stage.
Their next trick after that was they made a human ladder to throw a girl to the top of it, but this was a bridge too far for the frightened judges, who were shaken at the end of the pass. rate.
Alesha Dixon shouted from the judges “Oh my god, me!” while Amanda Holden responded in horror: “Oh my God!”
The party quickly upgraded their gear as they used each other to create their tall human tower and take one member to the top.
As they gathered, co-host Ant McPartlin begged, “Oh no, no, no!” as he looks in from the backstage, standing with Declan Donnelly.
The Freaks then released the girl from a great height before catching her, when Amanda was seen covering her mouth and exclaiming, “Oh!” before the clip ends.
BGT fans also know that Britain’s Got Talent host Ant suffered a head injury while filming scenes of the talent show.
The TV star left her forehead exposed after headbutting a coconut during filming.
The 46-year-old was bandaged by a paramedic as he stood next to his giggling friend Declan Donnelly at the show’s audition.
But the minor wound wasn’t serious and Ant only realized he was bleeding when Dec showed him.
Britain’s Got Talent 2022 continues at 8pm on Saturday on ITV.
https://www.mirror.co.uk/tv/tv-news/bgt-viewers-call-out-26840443 BGT viewers call 'ripped Lucy Spraggan' as contestant's imitation amazes judges