...By Joseph Benjamin for TDPel Media.
Britain’s Got Talent is back, and the judges are on the lookout for the next superstar to perform at the Royal Variety Show and win a cash prize of £500,000.
While auditions are pre-recorded, the semi-finals and grand final are filmed live and aired on ITV1.
Over the years, the show has had its share of epic blunders, from editing mistakes to accidents on stage.
Amanda Holden’s F-bomb
During the 2019 live semi-finals, Amanda Holden was taken backstage by a mysterious contestant who was performing a scary magic trick.
Amanda was so frightened that she exclaimed “F**k!” on the stage live on ITV.
Ant and Dec later apologised to viewers for the bad language, and Amanda expressed her apologies for any offense caused.
Scooter Boys’ stumble
In the 2022 series, the Scooter Boys attempted to impress the judges with their daredevil skills.
However, during the performance, one of the members stumbled and fell off their scooter.
Despite the minor fall, fans were quick to praise the young group for their incredible talent.
Rapper Flintz’s forgotten lyrics
In the 2022 series, Alesha’s golden buzzer act Flintz and T4ylor performed an emotional rap song live.
However, Flintz forgot the lyrics to his song midway, and despite the judges’ encouragement not to beat himself up about it, he was left crying on stage.
Amanda consoled him by saying that his authenticity and truth were what they needed.
Ant McPartlin’s chair mishap
During the opening of the first live semi-final show of the 2022 series, Ant McPartlin got himself stuck in a chair, which led fans to flock to Twitter to discuss the hilarious incident.
David Walliams’ cloning abilities
During one episode of the 2022 series, editing errors made it appear as though former judge David Walliams was in two places at once.
Fans noticed that while he was up on stage dancing with a pensioner named Joy Weir, he was also sitting alongside his fellow judges.
This mistake led some fans to question whether David had the ability to clone himself.
Britain’s Got Talent has had its share of epic blunders over the years, from editing mistakes to accidents on stage.
While these moments can be embarrassing for the performers and judges, they often make for entertaining television and are quickly forgotten.