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BGT thrown into chaos as semi finalist forced to stop and re-start performance after blunder

BRITAIN’S Got Talent semi-finalist Matteo Fraziano faced disaster during his live performance as a mishap forced him to stop his act.

The Italian shadow artist took to the stage during Tuesday’s semi final of the ITV competition.


Matteo Fraziano performed in Tuesday’s live semi final[/caption]


The Italian shadow artist faced an unexpected obstacle at the start of his act[/caption]


Matteo included one half of the show’s presenting duo in his performance[/caption]

Adding to the stress of performing for the judges and public, Matteo found himself in a spot of bother at the very beginning of his performance.

The performer’s much-needed torch blew out, requiring a replacement to be brought onto the stage.

Continuing on, the overall act included shadows of Eminem, Simon Cowell and Batman.

Matteo also got co-presenter Declan Donnelly involved, as they re-enacted the classic pasta scene from Lady and the Tramp.

Afterwards, the judges were full of praise for Matteo’s efforts.

Amanda Holden told him: “Matteo, it is a unique talent that you have. 

“As I watched you start with the torch and everything else and reflecting back on the show so far, I just thought ‘what a proper night of variety. What a proper night of a mix of talent we’ve got here.’

“I absolutely loved that.”

Fellow judge Bruno Tonioli added: “Really funny, very original, well done, great act.”

Meanwhile, Alesha Dixon had a contrasting view as she shared: “You are super, super talented and I loved your audition but I have to be honest, it didn’t really set me on fire tonight.

“It just left me feeling a little bit flat – I love that you involved the boys. I don’t know, I just wasn’t feeling it tonight, I’m so sorry.”

Head judge Simon Cowell said: “I thought it was silly, childish and brilliant at the same time.

“For you to recover – I thought the whole thing was just not going to happen at the beginning – you really picked yourself up quickly after that. So, good for you.”

Britain’s Got Talent winners

Britain’s Got Talent has a gigantic hall of fame when it comes to its winners – from magicians, comedians to dance troops – the show has had it all. Here’s a look back at each winner from each series…

2023 –  Viggo Venn

2022 – Axel Blake

2021 – Cancelled by ITV due to the Coronavirus pandemic

2020 – Jon Courtenay

2019 – Colin Thackery

2018 – Lost Voice Guy

2017 – Tokio Myers

2016 – Richard Jones

2015 – Jules O’Dwyer & Matisse

2014 – Collabro

2013 – Attraction

2012 – Ashleigh and Pudsey

2011 – Jai McDowell

2010 – Spelbound

2009 – Diversity

2008 – George Sampson

2007 – Paul Potts

In the end, Matteo was unsuccessful in qualifying for Sunday’s final as magician Jack Rhodes and jump rope group Haribow advanced.

The pair joined Monday’s qualifiers Innocent Masuku and Ssaulabi Performance Troupe.

Britain’s Got Talent airs at 8pm each night this week, with the final airing slightly earlier on ITV at 7.30pm.


Magician Jack Rhodes won Tuesday’s semi final[/caption]

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