Sunday, 3 December, 2023

Britain’s Got Talent judges forced to take Tube to London Palladium for auditions launch!

Ant McPartlin and Declan Donnelly joined the Britain’s Got Talent judges on the Tube to the Palladium for London’s red carpet auditions launch.

Although Simon Cowell didn’t look too impressed, Ant McPartlin had a huge smile on his face as they travelled on the underground to the London Palladium for Britain’s Got Talent auditions.

Simon Cowell, Alesha Dixon, Amanda Holden and David Walliams as well as Ant McPartlin and Declan Donnelly paid roughly £2.40/each for the pleasure of travelling to the London Palladium’s red carpet on Sunday.

David took selfies with his BGT crew, he captioned: “On the tube with the @bgt gang.”

The Britain’s Got Talent judges’ have kicked off the London section of the auditions tour, and will remain there for the rest of the week, before heading to Manchester.

Britain’s Got Talent producers have decided that the judges aren’t coming to Birmingham to judge the talent for the first time in 5 years.

A BGT Spokesperson told TwitCelebGossip: “BGT travels the length and breadth of the country for each stage of the auditions but are only able to visit a limited number of cities for the filmed judges’ auditions with the locations often rotating.”

David Walliams has already started to tease the brand new series of BGT.

Speaking at the National Television Awards 2018 after collecting his award for ‘Best TV Judge’, David said: “Everyone’s been on top form, there’s something about the energy on that show that’s like nothing else.

“All the shouting and heckling, I love how anarchic it is and how chaotic it is, we have no idea what’s coming next!

Britain’s Got Talent 2018 will air on ITV later this year.

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