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Britain’s Got More Talent

  • Episode: 

    1 of 13

  • Transmission (TX): 

    Sat 15 Apr 2017
  • TX Confirmed: 

  • Time: 

    9.25pm - 10.30pm
  • Week: 

    Week 16 2017 : Sat 15 Apr - Fri 21 Apr
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Holly Willoughby, Susanna Reid and other ITV faces star in Britain’s Got More Talent opening sequence
Britain’s Got More Talent returns Saturday 15th April at 9.25pm on ITV2
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Also featured: Keith Lemon, Phillip Schofield, Piers Morgan, Emma Willis, as well as cast of Coronation Street & Emmerdale
As Britain’s Got More Talent returns to our screens next week, host Stephen Mulhern stars in another ‘unbelieveable’ rap with a host of famous TV faces.
In the brand new opening sequence, created to launch the upcoming 11th series, we see Stephen travel across the airwaves, visiting a selection of TV shows, to find BGMT’s ‘one viewer’ who has gone missing! Even Stephen doesn't want to start the new series with zero viewers.
As fellow presenters Ant & Dec suggest he devises a rap song to find him, Stephen grabs his fur coat and gold medallion and launches into the rap.
With no time to waste, Stephen rallies a host of ITV stars to help in his search; from This Morning’s Phillip Schofield & Holly Willoughby and Good Morning Britain’s Piers Morgan & Susanna Reid to visiting the Rover’s Return & the Woolpack to enlist the cast of Coronation Street and Emmerdale - but sadly he has no luck.
Searching high and low, Stephen checks in with the Britain’s Got Talent judges, as well as Emma Willis, Keith Lemon and Jason Manford. Stephen also visits The Chase’s Bradley Walsh, Jeremy Kyle and the Loose Women.
As the rap song builds to the chorus of ‘Got To Find The One Viewer’ Stephen and his star helpers continue to throw some shapes, but it seems Ant & Dec may have the answer after all.
The sequence also features previous Britain’s Got Talent contestants, Ashley & Pudsey, Ashley Banjo & Perri Kiely from Diversity and Mr Zip.
Britain’s Got More Talent returns for a new series on ITV2 with presenter Stephen Mulhern back for his 11th year… and no, he can’t believe it either! 
Stephen will be back to his usual tricks, getting to know the contestants and introducing a whole host of hilarious unseen acts who all get the pleasure of meeting the star of stage and screen… whether they like it or not!
As ever it will be the acts that make this series of Britain’s Got More Talent such addictive viewing. Stephen will be coming face-to-face with the unusual, the incredible and the downright outrageous. 
Stephen continues to get the very best access to the judges, finding out more about them, and more importantly what the judges think of each other, asking them all the questions that no one else would dare to, and playing games with them that no one else could!