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Britain’s Got Talent will change the format for the new series, starting this Saturday, April 16, as Simon Cowell adds a new element to their Golden Buzzer moment.
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Britain’s Got Talent is set for a big format kickoff when it returns this weekend.
The ITV show will return with its premiere episode on Saturday, April 16 after two years of not airing, and to celebrate its return, four judges – Simon Cowell, Alesha Dixon, David Walliams and Amanda Holden – has been drafted for a new movie and very special segment, which they hope will delight fans like Golden Buzzer moments.
As part of the new format, the show will be launching a special Golden Moment segment for the show, where the judges surprise a member of the public who was unexpectedly nominated to appear in the program.
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Speaking of the exciting new addition, Ant McPartlin said: “There’s also something new to look forward to this year, it’s called Golden Moments, where each judge surprises with an action. no doubt nominated them without their knowledge and invited them to interview on our iconic stage at the London Palladium.”
Simon revealed it happened after he surprised some students a few years ago by telling them their teacher had signed them up for Britain’s Got Talent – and asked them if they wanted to. .
“The idea came about because a few years ago, it was like – without any kind of great plan, just someone tell me you’re going to come to this school and tell the kids they’re really going to be on Britain’s Got Talent because they don’t know,” he explained to The Mirror and other press moments earlier.
“I was at the school, they didn’t know what was going on and I told them, your teacher applied for you to join the program. It was really exciting and a lot of fun. About a year ago, one of the producers said we did it with all the judges, so we surprised someone in all different ways and told them someone signed up so they could be there in the program. “
He added: “There were four surprises, each of us had to do one. It was amazing and we call it the Golden Moment.”
David recalls how he had to go to Warrington, while everyone else was filming in London – as Simon joked that he had to be brave in his own traffic, but the comedian still said it was a great thing to do. do and promise fans will love it.
He said: “It was a very cool thing. If Simon had a good reaction, you can imagine the reaction I got! It was really sweet. The Golden Buzzer moment was such a moment of excitement that it was so exciting. you really want to have a moment like that in each so I think this is a really cool thing.”
However, Simon cautioned that this isn’t an automatic place in the final like Golden Buzzer did, as he added: “It’s just something else we like the idea of doing. All We both love doing it, it’s really fun for everyone.”
* Britain’s Got Talent premieres at 8pm on Saturday, April 16 and continues on Sunday, April 17, at 7:35pm on ITV.
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