The show includes undeniable skills and emotional moments from talented individuals, but the British gut talent scandal is just as symbolic. Let’s take a look at the top scandalous moments after the reality series is back.
During those 15 years, there was a moment when I was caught on the television that made the history of the show.
Was it a superstar like Susan Boyle, or was it an animal that proved to be a great performer? Want to know some of the biggest scandals on and off screen? RealityTitBit goes back in time.
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Britain’s Got Talent Scandal Top 5
5. Stunt switch keeps fans angry
The dog who plays won the Britain’s Got Talent in 2015, but the secret behind the scenes left a sour taste in the viewer’s mouth.
Winner Jules Odwire performed impressively at the Border Collie Mathis, but viewers quickly found another dog with slightly darker features during the show.
It was true that Jules’ performance had a second dog, the stunt dog. After it was revealed, there were more than a thousand complaints sent to the program.
according to mirror, An investigation has begun to see if the show has misled the fans. ITV boss Peter Fincham admitted that Jules should have been clearer.
Nevertheless, Jules and Mathis maintained their title as show winners.
4. Simon Cowell kisses Amanda Holden’s ass
The performance by All Purpose Blues by then 71-year-old Sandlab Road Bent (Kerry Fox) singing Kis-My-A ** entertained the fans.
The judges were shocked (but enjoyed) by her performance, but Simon and Amanda decided to take things to the next level.
Amanda stood up and started dancing. Suddenly she stabbed her ass in the direction of Simon.
Simon gestured to kiss Amanda in the poem “Kis-My A **”. This is one list of British gut talent scandals in history.
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3. Holden forgets she was filmed
In 2019, Amanda Holden had another controversial moment when he accidentally swore at a family show.
During the Haunting Act performance, the supernatural magic scared the judge so much that she shouted “f ***” in front of the entire audience.
Amanda was chosen to participate in the act without any clue as to what would happen.
She was taken to the room while the two actresses were acting as ghosts. One of them was an 11-year-old girl named Florence.
Immediately after noticing what she said, she covered her mouth and shyly returned to her chair, apologizing for the “really terrible words.”
It wasn’t broadcast on TV at that moment, but it was shared with different viewers on social media accounts that attended the live show.
“I’ve never been so scared in my life. I don’t want anyone to experience it, but she’s a genius. I don’t know how she does it. And I apologize again. “
“I was pretty surprised by Haunting,” Holden said in a BGT Twitter account.
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2. Voting accident in the semi-final
The show was plagued by the technical problem that viewers were unable to send votes to the show’s mobile voting app in 2012.
by BBCDue to the problem caused, the program was forced to close the voting application.
Nonetheless, they said the issue did not affect the outcome of the semi-final vote and they were all successfully counted.
In their statement, they said it was because of the “massive demand” that caused the app to crash.
They announced it during the show and advised viewers to use other methods, but they apologized for offering a “full refund of unused votes”.
1. JLo’s leotard caused a fuss
The iconic singer Jennifer Lopez visited Britain’s Got Talent in the semifinals in 2013 and performed only for the audience.
The majority of viewers enjoyed the performance of the singer’s “Live It Up” because she looked better than ever.
But others thought the outfit was so blatant that they went to Ofcom to complain.
JLo wore a black leotard while his arms were covered in fur. She also wore black knee-high boots.
according to BBCOfcom received 100 complaints about the singer’s outfit, but she later defended:
“I wore the same clothes in red at the Billboard Awards, but there didn’t seem to be any controversy and I felt pretty safe.”
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