Britain’s Got Talent backlash: ‘This isn’t right’ Fans slam dangerous acts on ITV show

Britain’s Got Talent sees a wide range of performers take to the stage hoping to make it through to the next stage of the ITV show. Tonight, Jack Price and James Stott both showcased some truly hair-raising skills which saw them sent through to the next round. However, those watching at home weren’t as happy with the skills showcased by the duo. 

The show saw contestants travel to Manchester to perform in front of Amanda Holden, Simon Cowell, David Walliams and Alesha Dixon.

This evening’s instalment kicked off with a dramatic introduction from trials rider, Jack Price. 

He rode into the studio on a motorbike and it wasn’t long before he got one of the panellists involved with his daring act. 

Jack demonstrated a series of shocking jumps as he gradually made his way upon different platforms.


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He soon got David Walliams to join in his act which saw him drive on the judge in a bizarre twist.

“Ant and Dec are only little, you should use them!” David joked, before taking his jacket off for the performance. 

Next up was another dangerous act in the form of ex-marine, James Stott, who put his skills he had learnt in the Royal Marines to use. 

Simon Cowell asked him what his dream was, to which he replied: “I want to see how far I can push this.”

He took the audience and judges through a series of daring challenges which saw him nearly blow himself up in a heart-racing climax. 

Both acts were sent through to the next round after their exhilarating stunts tonight, so viewers will get to see them once more. 

However, some fans were not impressed with the series of dangerous acts this evening, taking to Twitter to comment on what they had seen. 

One said: “I’m not keen on these contestants who could potentially kill themselves, not because they make me nervous but really, you’ve seen one, you’ve seen them all?! #BGT.”

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Another added: “This isn’t right @BGT. This act shouldn’t exist. It’s wrong. Totally wrong. The amount of disasters in this country due to explosions and you think it’s right to broadcast it as a talent?  I’m not easily offended but this is unjustifiable #BGT.”

“No real danger because as advanced as we are we’re still not ready to see a head explode on Saturday night TV #BGT,” commented a third. 

A fourth shared: “These kinds of acts give me anxiety #BGT.”

A fifth asked: “How the b****y hell is this considered as talent?  #BGT.”


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“Naaaaah I just don’t see the point in this other than pure stupidity [face with rolling eyes] #bgt,” said another. 

Luckily, there were some more light-hearted acts in store for viewers this evening including Beth, a paediatric nurse, who blew the panel away.

She performed a beautiful original song which left the audience particularly emotional and was soon sent through to the next round. 

“In a way, you don’t want her to leave the ward because she must bring so much joy to the ward,” David concluded.

Britain’s Got Talent continues on Saturday at 8pm on ITV

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