Britain’s Got Talent viewers share ‘truth’ behind golden buzzer as fans see ‘fault’ in Simon ‘breaking the rules’

Audience members from the audition stages of Britain’s Got Talent have spoken out after viewers spotted an ‘error’ in the show’s latest ‘rule breaker’. The ITV talent favorite was back on the small screen on Saturday night (20 May) and after ‘before’ last weekend’s episode, it appears Simon Cowell didn’t want to be left out.

Former Strictly Come Dancing star Bruno Tonioli caused drama and surprised viewers when he claimed a second golden buzzer act ahead of the live semi-final after Simon joked that “he could be fired”. He pressed his buzzer for singer Gamal John, who performed It’s a Man’s Man’s World by James Brown.

As the audience chanted to press the golden buzzer, hosts Ant McPartlin and Dec Donnelly made it clear that they could not as there was no one left who was already pressing them for other acts.

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But new judge Bruno, who was not familiar with the rules, erred on the side of caution and pressed his golden buzzer for the second time in this series, becoming the first judge on the show to receive two golden buzzer acts. “I have to do this,” she shouted, leaping between Alisha Dixon and Amanda Holden.

Gamal was able to keep his place in the live shows, however, he was not covered in golden confetti like the other recipients of the buzzer, as they were all used up. But upon finding some confetti cannons backstage, Ant and Dec soon come off stage and water Jamal and his son.

And that’s why BGT fans think they noticed a ‘flaw’ on Saturday night (May 20). Hosts Ant and Dec are left speechless as Simon breaks his own rules. For the final performance of the episode, a dance group named Unity is made up of members from Up and Down Country.

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