BRITAIN’S Got Talent legend Stephen Mulhern has blown fans’ minds with a bizarre brain-teaser that most people fail.
The magician-turned TV star took to his Twitter page with the conundrum, which had most of his followers completely baffled.
BGT star Stephen had his followers baffledCredit: Splash News
He posted the brainteaser to his Twitter on SundayCredit: twitter
Stephen, 45, who presents BGT spin-off show Britain’s Got More Talent, “fooled” his Twitter fans with the brain-teaser.
It was posted alongside a snap of the star looking shocked, and pointing up to a sentence that appears normal at first glance.
Fans were left scratching their heads as Stephen encouraged them to find out how they had been fooled by the simple six-word line.
“Think you you can’t be fooled?” the brain-twister read, before adding: “You just were. Read it again.”
It appeared to take fans many attempts to spot that the word “you” had been written twice, with many glossing over it.
“Tag your friends and see if it works for them,” Stephen encouraged, as one fan wrote: “Had a rough night, I don’t need my brain hurting.”
Another said: “I don’t get it?” as a third chimed in: “I’ve kept reading but I still don’t get it. My brain must be switched off?”
“Am I the only one that had to re-read it about three times before I realised,” a fourth asked, as a fifth concluded: “Had to read it 4 times.”
It comes after fans were left convinced that Stephen was BGT contestant The Witch, who mystified audiences last month.
Stephen tweeted a picture of him sitting in make-up alongside the Witch, who is a performer caked in prosthetics.
He wrote: “Everyone keeps asking if I’m the Witch! Well you might want to ask Lisa what I look like before she put makeup on me!”
Fan theories that Stephen is behind the Witch character ever since the character’s appearance last month.
And as several fans pointed out he was mentioned – in not entirely complimentary terms – just moments before the witch came on stage.
He was the subject of a joke by singer Honey Scott who spoke about him not being part of the show any more.
Stephen, as well as being a TV presenter, is also one of Britain’s most skilled magicians and was the youngster person admitted to the Magic Circle.
He even won Jonathan Ross‘ Big Big Talent Show as a magic act and appeared on the Royal Variety Performance in 1997.
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