Britain’s Got Talent judges will set out to find talented people to audition
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Britain’s Got Talent is returning to ITV next week and will feature a new segment called ‘Golden Judges Moments’
Britain’s Got Talent judges will begin this journey to surprise unsuspecting individuals and invite them to audition on the show.
The show returns to ITV next week, and a new segment called ‘Jury’s Golden Moment’ follows on from the show’s golden bells, where the judges put their favorites in straight. live finals.
A source from the show said: “The new element will create some heart-warming moments. The judges are going out to meet people but they didn’t know they were coming.
“The idea was to highlight some of the great people and tell their stories in a different way. It really helped make their auditions memorable and special.”
The Golden Moments includes judge Simon Cowell revealing the secret of a children’s military choir’s rehearsal and asking them to join the show.
Amanda Holden had organized for an oncologist to come to Heart for an interview as part of a news clip but instead, she and Jamie took to Jamie’s studio to be told he had been friends and nominated colleagues to audition.
Alesha Dixon took a dance class to tell seven-year-old Skylar that she was going to audition for BGT, where she could show off a routine.
And David Walliams surprised a boy named Anneshwar at his Warrington school by telling him he was going to audition for BGT after he had spread positive messages about saving the planet through poem.
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The popular series will return to screens for the first time in two years after the pandemic and it will mark a decade with the same panel of four judges.
Now in its 15th series, this year’s talent race is bigger than ever according to ITV, as artists have had another year to perfect their talents.
Among the eye-catching auditions teased before the series were a dog performance like no other, a harmonic choir, and in the first BGT, a ghost that spooked the judges more than ever. over. The audition took place at the London Palladium Theatre.
* Britain’s Got talent begins next Saturday (April 16) at 8pm on ITV.
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