Britain’s Got Talent 2023 spoilers

Britain’s Got Talent 2023

Get ready for a BUMPER weekend of BGT, Saturday 15th and Sunday 16th April. The new series of BGT will come to screens this weekend and host Ant and Dec return for series 16.

For what will be the show’s sixteenth series there will be brand new line up of judges.

Here’s all you need to know about the new series!

BGT will then continue on weekends throughout the Spring until a week of live semi-finals around the last week of May.

Britain’s Got Talent returns for Series 16 with not one, but two episodes in one super weekender, starting Saturday 15th and Sunday 16th April.

Join Judges Simon Cowell, Amanda Holden, Alesha Dixon, and BRAND NEW Judge Bruno Tonioli as their search for talent begins! And of course, BGT isn’t complete without our fantastic presenting duo, Ant and Dec.

As ever, the show will start with its audition stages where contestants must get three or more yeses.

Back once again is the golden buzzer which sees five lucky performers straight into the live semi-finals.

Speaking at the first day of filming auditions earlier this year, new judge Bruno said: “I am thrilled to be here, what an honour it is to work with [Simon] finally.

Simon Cowell admits Britain’s Got Talent hopefuls ‘don’t need to win anymore’ saying auditions going viral can ‘change lives’ ahead of new series. He added ‘I really want a choir to win this year. There’s a men’s choir which are just brilliant. I enjoyed the fact that they were a group of men who were coming on for a good singsong.’

Bruno told press including “He’s teased me with this for years and I’m thrilled to be here, I’m emotional and very nervous.”

As always acts are hoping to win a big cash prize (after a lengthy audition process and live final the talent show winners can walk away with a gobsmacking prize of £250,000) and a place on the bill of the Royal Variety Performance.

Bruno Tonioli praises David Walliams’ ‘classy’ move after BGT replacement

Bruno Tonioli has revealed that David Walliams has been in touch with him since he replaced the former Britain’s Got Talent judge on the show’s panel ahead of the 2023 series, and complimented his behaviour.

The flamboyant ex-Strictly Come Dancing judge and choreographer, 67, was selected to join show creator Simon Cowell, Alesha Dixon and Amanda Holden on the panel after leaked recordings captured 51-year-old comedian David making disparaging comments about people auditioning for the reality talent show.

He later apologised for his offensive comments, stating: ‘I would like to apologise to the people I made disrespectful comments about during breaks in filming for Britain’s Got Talent in 2020.

‘These were private conversations and – like most conversations with friends – were never intended to be shared. Nevertheless, I am sorry.’

He had been in place on the panel for 10 series, and after months of speculation surrounding his role, it was announced in January that David would not be involved in the next season and was being replaced by Bruno.

Marking the launch of the latest edition of BGT, the show’s presenters Ant McPartlin and Declan Donnelly also revealed they ‘mischievously’ gave Bruno his own rules to confuse him on his first day.

Over the years Britain’s Got Talent has delivered some of the most talked about performances and most memorable TV moments of the last decade and more, including Paul Potts, Diversity, Tokio Myers, Lost Voice Guy and of course superstar singer Susan Boyle.

Who will follow in the footsteps of latest champion Axel Blake and win the public vote to be crowned BGT winner 2023?

The new series of Britain’s Got Talent will start on Saturday, 15 April at 8PM on ITV1. The show will then continue the very next day on Sunday, 16 April at 7:45PM.

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