David Walliams hit back at someone in the Britain’s Got Talent audience after they demanded he hit the Golden Buzzer before an act had even started their audition.
After being absent from TV shows for almost two years, the popular ITV program finally returned on Saturday night and former Little Britain star and acclaimed children’s author David is on the panel again, alongside Simon Cowell, Amanda Holden and Alesha Dixon. Saturday’s kickoff show featured a wide range of different acts aimed at impressing the judges.
The Britain’s Got Talent audition that had everyone talking after the first episode of the new series came from Loren Allred, the “voice” of the Greatest Showman Never Enough anthem, who, although heard in the film, is never seen on screen. Loren received the Golden Buzze from Amanda Holden after wowing with the world famous song.
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Before Loren appeared, many other contestants tried their luck, including young daredevils The Scooter Boys. Tyler, 10, Red, 8, TJ, 8, and Austin, just six, all introduce themselves to the judging panel, describing their ambitions to build their own skate park.
And, before they had even cleared the daring obstacle behind them to begin their routine, a woman in the audience bellowed, “Press the Golden Buzzer!” David heard her clearly, as he quickly replied, “It hasn’t even started yet. We can’t just start pressing Golden Buzzers! Watch it first please!”
There turned out to be some unwanted drama in The Scooter Boys audition as Austin crashed to the ground moments after the music started. There were huge cheers and relief around the theater as the youngster returned to the stage to resume a performance, which saw him and his teammates perform jaw-dropping stunts, on their way to secure a place in the next round.