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Amanda Holden screams in terror as BGT stunt act goes dangerously wrong

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AMANDA Holden screamed in terror as an act on Britain’s Got Talent went dangerously wrong tonight.

Acrobatics group Serbat Troupe, from Kazakhstan, took to the stage to try and impress judges Simon Cowell, Amanda Holden, Alesha Dixon and Bruno Tonioli.

Amanda Holden was lost for words during tonight's Britain's Got Talent

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Amanda Holden was lost for words during tonight’s Britain’s Got Talent
The act went wrong while they were on stage

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The act went wrong while they were on stage
Serbat Troupe left Amanda Holden shaken as she watched their performance

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Serbat Troupe left Amanda Holden shaken as she watched their performanceCredit: Rex

The group had the audience and judging panel on the edge of their seats as they performed.

They very carefully climbed a tall ladder on the stage while another member of the group balanced on top of them.

During the second climb, one of them flipped off their team member and landed funnily on their feet.

Alesha couldn’t contain her shock, while Ant and Dec gasped back at the camera crew from the sideline.

Bruno worryingly said: “Oh my god! Is he alright?”

The act decided to keep going and the crowd went wild, but a worried Amanda said: “End it there.”

“They don’t have to do it,” Bruno added.

Alesha said: “No it’s silly. They don’t need to.”

Despite that, he got back on his team mate and finished the amazing act.

The judges, audience and Ant and Dec couldn’t believe their eyes.

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Bruno said: “I’ve never seen anything like it.”

Amanda added: “So brilliant. But so intense, so scary. I don’t think we’ve ever seen anything like that.”

Simon chimed in: “To do this without a net, how easily this could go wrong and how skilful it was, it was a great audition.”

They went away with four yeses.

Those watching at home felt the same, with one writing on social media: “That guy who fell of the man was brave he got back up and kept going.”

Another commented: “Omg my heart was racing like crazy.”

“Omg my heart was racing like crazy,” a third added.

Elsewhere in the episode another contestant walked off stage in a surprise move for the first time EVER tonight.

Freestyle rapper Danny Platinum received four yeses after an incredible performance both inside and outside of the London Palladium.

Danny started his performance outside and then worked his way inside to end on stage.

Simon loved the originality of his act.

The music mogul told Danny: “I really like you Dan.

“I always say on this show, you get three or four minutes, a lot of people stay on the stage, you had this thought in your head, go outside, improvise, you did something different.

“t’s going to be remembered.”

BGT’s Best Golden Buzzer Moments

BGT have handed out many Golden Buzzer’s over the years, can you remember some of the most famous

  • Loren Allred – Loren Allred, 32, from Brooklyn, New York jetted to London to audition after recording the vocals for The Greatest Showman. The stunning singer got a standing ovation and a Golden Buzzer from the judges as she delivered a stirring rendition of Never Enough from the popular film. Loren came out on stage and revealed to the judges they would have heard her voice many times before that moment. “I was hired to record the vocals for The Greatest Showman as a guide for the actors to know how to sing the songs,” she explained. Loren then revealed actress Rebecca Ferguson was so stunned by her singing that she decided to let her vocals be heard in the movie. “So she lip-synced,” Loren said.
  • Chicken Shed Theatre Company – Comprised of individuals aged between 5 and 37, the group was set up to welcome anyone irrespective of background to get up on stage and perform and fulfil their dream. Chicken Shed prides itself on accepting anyone and does not hold auditions to make the group a safe and inclusive space. The group wowed as they performed Wonder by Naughty Boy featuring Emeli Sande. It meant that Alesha wasted no time as she decided to hit her golden buzzer for the young performers. She told them it was her “honour” to reward their inclusiveness with her golden buzzer.
  • The Dancing Granny – Granny Paddy Jones and her professional partner Niko Espinosa first hit headlines when they won the Spanish talent show Tú sí que vales in 2009, before going on to appear on Britain’s Got Talent in 2014 where they came ninth. Amanda Holden was so impressed with Paddy that she gave her the Golden Buzzer, which sent them straight through to the semi-finals. But things took a worrying turn when Paddy cracked a rib while rehearsing a new move and her place on the show was under doubt. She was given the all-clear to perform in the end but didn’t quite live up to expectations.
  • Bars and Melody – They will forever be remembered for their anti-bullying song on the talent show. Bars and Melody were first seen on the 2014 series of Britain’s Got Talent, getting shuttled into the semi-finals when Simon Cowell pressed his Golden Buzzer. They made it to the final thanks to a performance of I’ll Be Missing You but lost out on the crown to Collabro. These days Charlie Lenehan – known as Melody – is covered in tattoos, with inkings on his neck, arms and chest. But he is as close as ever to co-star Leondre Devries – who is Bars – with the pair seen enjoying themselves in exotic locations all over the world.
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