Britain's Got Talent in race row as fans all have the same complaint about 'racist' voting

BRITAIN'S Got Talent fans were furious over what they dubbed "racist" voting which saw magician Junwoo Park booted out.

Viewers of the ITV series went as far as to demand "justice" for the South Korean star, 23, who failed to make it to the show's live finals yesterday.

Many appeared of the opinion it was his nationality which meant he failed to bag the votes needed from the general public – and firmly placed the blame away from the show, and onto viewers.

One angry BGT fan took to Twitter to rant: "This country is racist. Junwoo is way more talented. #BGT."

Another sarcastically put: "So all of the black acts have been eliminated?! Lol. Are WE surprised?"

A fan then followed with: "Nah but if junwoo was a white British 12 year old boy he would defo get through #justiceforjunwoo #BGT #BritainsGotTalent," while another agreed and put: "Seriously very unfair, if Junwoo was British he'd definitely get through #BGT."


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One then wailed: "NO. I am DEVASTATED that Junwoo didn’t make it through to the final.

"Charisma, charm, talented, sexy. The man’s got it all 🤷🏼‍♂️🥰 #BGT #BritainsGotTalent."

Meanwhile, Talented acts Maxwell Thorpe and Jamie Leahey were the ones that made it through to the Britain's Got Talent final.

Previously, BGT fans were convinced Junwoo had been "robbed" of a Golden Buzzer spot by judge Alesha Dixon.

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A handful of ITV viewers went as far to say the Korean performer's outcome was "as fixed as it could be" – claims which are strongly refuted by the broadcaster.

Junwoo kicked off his spellbinding act by seemingly making Alesha's sunglasses vanish, before pulling out a never-ending stream of cards.

Fans were quick to praise his sleight of hand and speculated their could be some funny business in the results – claims which have no real founding.

One took to Twitter to rant: "The magician or the war related dance group deserved a golden buzzer. The golden buzzers have been a mess this year #bgt"

Another posted: "And of course she would use the golden buzzer. The magician was was better #BGT."

The BGT live semi-finals are take place at 8pm on ITV all this week until Friday June 3, 2022.

Britain's Got Talent 2022 will conclude with its grand live final on Sunday, June 5, 2022 from 7.30pm.

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The final will see the top ten acts from the semi-finals return to compete for the public votes.

One lucky winner will take home a life changing cash prize of £250,000 and a spot at the Royal Variety Performance 2022.

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