Britain’s Got More Talent continues on ITV2 and is ready to unleash yet more acts, antics and absolute mayhem.
Host Stephen Mulhern returns for his seventh series and that’s not just because he comes at a bargain price. He’ll once more bring a cheeky insight and a playful take on this year’s talent.
Ant and Dec will be put through their paces by Stephen in Ant and Dec's: Fairground Fantasy! Going head to head on various funfair games, which one of them will win the accolade of being declared this year’s master rater? David Walliams will be joining in the fun with his own item, David vs. Goliath, which sees him pitted against Britain Got More Talent’s very own ‘Goliath’ in a series of testing yet ridiculous gladiatorial challenges.
This series of Britain’s Got More Talent promises you more variety than ever before as Stephen meets all manner of acts including a human Humpty Dumpty, a roller-skating dinner lady, a man that plays a pork chop, a singer who has lost her voice plus an international band who like to get on the bottle. And some of them are actually very talented.
Stephen also gets all the gossip from the judges including, who gets paid the least, when they last Googled themselves, their first ever snog and what they would do if they were to audition.
Throughout the live semi-finals and grand final, Britain’s Got More Talent will be right in the thick of it, getting all the fall-out from the results and giving viewers the opportunity to phone in and speak live to the judges straight after the main show. Plus there’ll be celebrity panels, live games, Ant and Dec and all the usual chaos.
Britain’s Got More Talent is the light-hearted and funny accomplice to the serious challenge of finding a winner worthy to perform at the Royal Variety Performance. This year’s Britain’s Got More Talent promises to bring you that little bit more.