Britain’s Got Talent ‘finds’ how ‘Harry Potter’ magician performs magic tricks
Britain’s Got Talent viewers were quick to question young magician Ryland Petty’s methods as he invited judge Amanda Holden onto the stage for his audition.
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Britain’s Got Talent viewers were quick to question one contestant’s magic tricks as they watched the latest episode of the ITV show.
Ryland Petty stepped onto the stage and quickly invited judge Amanda Holden onto the stage to participate in her audition.
The young man asked Amanda to choose a piece of paper from the box and had previously explained that each piece of paper inside the box had different emotions written on it.
As Amanda sat down at the table, Ryland gave her a Rubik’s Cube and asked her to play with it as he invited friends from The Magic Circle Young Magicians Club to take the stage with their own Rubik’s Cube.
As each of the participants placed their cubes in a pattern, nine-year-old Ryland waited until the end to ask Amanda to place hers in it before asking her to confirm which words were written on them. the piece of paper she picked out.
When Amanda replies, “Love,” Ryland rotates the frame to show all the Rubik’s cubes that have matched into a red heart on a white background.
He then used his hand to smack the smoke on the table he and Amanda were sitting at, and pulled a tablecloth open to reveal ‘LOVE’ written in black.
“How the hell did he do that?!” Host Ant McPartlin asked as Simon Cowell said, “I’m speechless!” before comparing Ryland to Harry Potter.
However, some BGT spectators were not overly impressed with the magic trick and were quick to question it.
“#bgt makes sure every scrap of paper speaks for itself,” one person claimed on Twitter.
Another posted: “Any piece of paper can have love written on them… #BGT.”
A third viewer asked: “Only thing is, what if all those pieces of paper spoke of love at that moment? #Bgt #britainsgottalent.”
And a fourth person posted: “I bet all the other scraps of paper have ‘love’ written on them too. #BGT.”
A fifth added: “Ummmm, can we look at the pieces of paper. They all say love? #BGT.”
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And another viewer asked: “How do we know all those pieces of paper don’t love lool #BGT.”
However, several other viewers watching at home were quick to commend Ryland with one tweeting: “Wow, I didn’t know that kid was AMAZING #BGT X.”
Another said: “Mind blown… That’s amazing!!! Very well done by Ryland… # BGT.”
And another posted: “OMG & OMG @BGT is brilliant, my imagination is Wordless Magic with #BGT at its best.”
Britain’s Got Talent continues next Saturday on ITV from 8pm.
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