Britain’s Got Talent fans furious as they spot huge blunder and accuse show of being fixed | The Sun
BRITAIN'S Got Talent fans have hit out at the show after its latest blunder and claim it is proof that the show is 'fixed'.
The ITV talent contest has come under fire from fans after Simon Cowell's latest rule break – as they insist that the moment was set-up.
During the latest edition of the show, Simon stunned viewers after he decided to press his golden buzzer for a second time just a week after new judge Bruno Tonioli did the same.
The head judge was incredibly moved by a dance group called Unity, who performed an empowering routine to The Village, by Wrabel.
The stunning audition included powerful messages from a number of the performers.
It caused Simon to defy the show's rules for a second time but eagle-eyed fans noticed that something was amiss this time around.
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Simon said to the performers: “I thought that actually was astonishing. The way you got your message across was so strong and it’s an audition I’ll never forget. We don’t have any golden buzzers left… but sometimes you should just break the rules”.
As he pushed down on the buzzer, he said: “You deserve that golden buzzer, it was absolutely beautiful.”
In usual style, the golden confetti came raining down as it flooded the stage.
However, when Bruno did the same thing a week earlier, the judges and hosts Ant & Dec were left in hysterics as no confetti came down as a result of all the buzzers having been handed out.
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The production team do not prepare for any further occurrences and as such there was no confetti available.
It has led fans to question whether Simon's plan was pre-meditated as the confetti was stocked up to full force this time around.
Writing online, one fan said: "#bgt funny how the confetti came down this time #FIX."
Another added: "So Bruno presses the buzzer the 2nd time no confetti, Simon presses buzzer for 2nd time and the ceiling is loaded with confetti – I smell a fix."
A third penned: "Why have they still got confetti if there were no golden buzzers left? #fix #bgt."
As a fourth moaned: "Bruno pressed his golden buzzer a second time and there was no confetti… but when Simon did it, there was?
"Also, sorry if I’m swimming against the tide here, but if they were JUST a dance act, they weren’t getting through…"
Before a fifth said: "Sorry, yes a meaningful message, but no way good enough for a golden buzzer. Lilliana should have got that. And how come it was full when there shouldn't have been any? This is why people think it's a fix. That other guy didn't have any!!"
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The golden buzzer is on the judges' panel which, when pressed, means you are automatically granted a place in the Semi-Finals.
This will mean they will skip past the deliberation stage of the competition, ultimately giving them a head start.
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