Furious Britain’s Got Talent fans all have the same complaint and demand change to show
ANGRY Britain’s Got Talent fans have hit out at the show and demanded a change to the format.
Saturday night’s episode of Britain’s Got Talent kicked off with not one but two acts made up of children singing.
While judges Simon Cowell, Amanda Holden, Alesha Dixon and Bruno Tonioli were seriously impressed, viewers at home rushed to Twitter to share their thoughts.
One fumed: “Oh goody another kids act… can’t wait [eye roll emoji].”
Someone else demanded: “No more bleeding kids!”
Suggesting kids acts should be banned from the competition, another wrote: “We need a kids version of #bgt I’m sick of these kids acts.”
And a fourth joked scathingly: “Didn’t know BGT were doing their own version of The Voice Kids.”
Elsewhere during the episode Simon was ribbed by fellow judge Amanda about the time he had long shoulder-length hair when he was in his 20s.
Amanda told him, referring to the newest member of the judging line-up: “Bruno was saying today that you used to have shoulder-length hair.”
Sounding amused, Simon said: “I did.”
She replied: “I want to see that, I’m going to Google it.”
Suddenly wishing the matter had never been brought up, he insisted: ‘No please don’t. No, no, no, no, not now.”