Britain’s Got Talent in the ‘fix’ row after strongman JD Anderson links up with Simon Cowell

JD Anderson wowed viewers on Saturday night when he performed a series of stunts that showcased his transcendental powers, but viewers were disappointed to discover he had appeared on two financial shows the power of Simon Cowell.

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JD Anderson performing on America’s Got Talent in 2014

Britain’s Got Talent has been embroiled in a ‘correction’ controversy after it was revealed strongman JD Anderson was in contact with judge Simon Cowell.

The American, nicknamed The Iceman, wowed viewers on Saturday night when he performed a series of stunts in front of stunned judges, showcasing his transcendent powers.

JD even injured himself by bending a hammer with his bare hands, breaking a baseball bat in half, and smashing his head through an ice block.

Simon, Amanda Holden, David Walliams, and Alesha Dixon all agreed to give him four yeses, meaning he’s made it to the next round, but some keen-eyed viewers recognized the strongman from previous shows there.

JD, nicknamed Iceman, impressed the judges on Saturday

“You’re bleeding a little from your head… are you okay?” humorist David asked him.

“I don’t feel it, I’m just happy to be here,” the man replied forcefully.

The bearded barbarian made it to the quarterfinals of America’s Got Talent 2014, wowing judges Howard Stern, Howie Mandel, Mel B and Heidi Klum.

Simon took on the role of executive producer on US talent show, as well as serving as a temporary judge.

He once appeared on America’s Got Talent

And in 2011, JD was a contestant on Ant McPartlin and Declan Donnelly’s ill-fated game show Red or Black, created by Simon.

The test, co-produced by the 62-year-old’s media company Syco Entertainment, lasted for two seasons, before being canceled a year later.

While Simon has not appeared on the shows himself, he has worked behind the scenes, prompting some BGT fans to accuse the producers of ‘fixing’ the popular ITV series.

Viewers recognized the abuser from other talent shows

JD, who holds six world records, also auditioned for France’s Got Talent last year.

A spokesperson for the show told The Sun: “Like many other entertainers hoping for success in the industry, J.D. Anderson has previously appeared on television shows but chose to audition for BGT to join the show. performed in front of Simon Cowell for the first time, calling him one of the most recognizable names in the world.

JD was injured on Saturday’s BGT episode

“There is no rule stating that appearing on other shows will prevent him from applying. All auditions operate on the same basis and normal program rules apply.

“These statements unnecessarily encourage negative trolling against our contestants, and the “correction” claims are completely untrue. We have always been very open about who can apply for a BGT,” they added.

Mirror has approached Britain’s Got Talent for comment.

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