Britain’s Got Talent fans threaten to switch show off after spotting ‘annoying’ part of live shows | The Sun
BRITAIN'S Got Talent viewers had to switch off the programme during the live semi-finals week after noticing an irritating element of the shows.
The week of specials is always a raucous affair as the theatre audiencemake their pleasure, or displeasure, for the acts on stage known.
But the whooping and hollering from the stands, particularly one audience member who was likened to a banshee on Twitter, spoiled the viewing experience for those at home.
One wrote: "Please turn down the mics on the audience as you cant hear what the acts are saying, all you can hear is the audience."
Another questioned: "Do the audience have to scream?"
A third said: "Had to switch off tonight because of the awful squealing from an audience member making my ears bleed …"
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Another exclaimed: "I sincerely hope we don’t have another screaming woman in the audience tonight."
At times this week the judges have threatened to overshadow the acts on stage.
Viewers claim to have spotted tension between Bruno Tonioli and Alesha Dixon, insisting there's a secret feud going on.
While last night viewers were left seriously distracted by Simon Cowell who was making strange cat noises into the mic while Amanda Holden and Alesha Dixon were giving their criticism.
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The bizarre stunt even forced Ant and Dec to pause while on stage and ask Simon to stop so that they could speak to the contestants.
Tonight's finalists are Cillian O’Connor and Lilliana Clifton, Travis George and Ghetto Kids, Viggo Venn and Olivia Lynes, Malakai Bayoh and Duo Odyssey, Musa Motha and Amy Lou.
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