BRITAIN’S Got Talent viewers all had the same complaint about the acts tonight.
Britain’s Got Talent fans all pointed out the same thing at the start of the show tonight
12-year-old Cormac Thompson was the second to take to the stageCredit: ITV
First up to the stage was nine-year-old Mischa Palor from Birmingham who wowed the audience and judges with a dance to Somewhere Over the Rainbow.
Next up was 12-year-old Cormac Thompson who gave his rendition of Snow Patrol’s Run, followed by children quoir Movies to Musicals and Attraction Juniors.
Many watching at home took to Twitter to point out that there were a lot of young acts at the start of the show.
One questioned on the social media platform: “Is this Britain’s Got Talent or Children Have Talent?”
Another wrote: “Please not another children special evening.|
A third chimed in: “No more children please no more #BGT.”
Meanwhile others were left shocked after their childhood favourites appeared on stage tonight.
Viewers at home were left lost for words when the Teletubbies stood on stage in front of judges.
The Teletubbies – made up of Tinky Winky, Dipsy, Laa-Laa and Po – auditioned as part of their 25th anniversary celebrations.
They danced to their song Let’s do the Tubby from their latest album Ready, Steady, Go!, as well as other hits by Beyonce, ABBA and One Direction – and got through to the next round.
Sadly, Britain’s Got Talent is coming to an end.
The BGT live semi-finals will take place nightly from Monday May 30, 2022 until Friday June 3, 2022.
Britain’s Got Talent will conclude with its grand live final on Sunday, June 5, 2022 from 7.30pm.
One lucky winner will take home a life changing cash prize of £250,000 and a spot at the Royal Variety Performance 2022.
Attraction Juniors also performed tonight
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