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Britain’s Got Talent pulled from air in ITV schedule shake-up

Popular Saturday evening leisure present Britain’s Got Talent has been pulled from the TV schedules in an ITV shake-up. The present won’t air and as an alternative, a movie shall be proven on ITV1.

The expertise present, which options hosts Ant and Dec and judges Simon Cowell, Alesha Dixon, Bruno Tonioli and Amanda Holden, has been axed from schedules on Saturday, May 11 with ITV1 as an alternative displaying the James Bond movie Casino Royale. In a schedule transfer BGT will now air at 7.40pm on Sunday, May 12 on ITV1.

ITV has not confirmed why it is modified the traditional air time for BGT nevertheless the Eurovision Song Contest is airing on BBC One from 8pm on that Saturday. Britain’s Got Talent will nonetheless air as regular on Saturday, May 5 at 7.30pm earlier than being shifted to Sunday the next week. Want much less advertisements? Download WalesOnline’s Premium app on Apple or Android.

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Despite being very early on in the collection many judges, including Simon, have used their golden buzzer to ship acts straight by to the live semi-finals. Simon was so impressed with a dance efficiency that the notoriously powerful decide discovered himself hitting the golden buzzer. For the newest TV & Showbiz information, sign up to our newsletter.

Dressed in placing crimson and silver outfits Cyberagent Legit are a dance group from Japan, who’ve all been dancing collectively since they have been 4 years previous. Speaking about why they got here on the present, they mentioned: “We love Simon! That is why we are here… this is the biggest audition for us. Our dream is to perform around the world, if we won it would be amazing.”

After performing a really spectacular routine which noticed them dance in excellent synchronisation and the viewers cheering loudly, they acquired a standing ovation from the viewers and all 4 judges. Amanda Holden mentioned it was “unbelievable” and Simon mentioned: “Amazing! That was fantastic, that was my favourite act of the day actually. Really, really, really good.”

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