Britain's Got Talent magic multiplying women trick exposed by eagle eyed viewers
Britain’s Got Talent last night featured a magic act from Dutch group Angels Inc who impressed judges with their, er, saucy, multiplying women routine.
Starting out with just three members, the group multiplied before viewers’ eyes, ending with a whopping 16 piece ensemble on stage.
The additions women appeared, seemingly out of nowhere, from cages and blankets and other apparatus set up for the performance.
However, some detail-oriented fans claim to have figured out how they pulled off the impressive spectacle.
Taking to Twitter, one fan wrote: ‘The girl was on a shelf on the back of the chair. Cloth was put up. She climbed off the shelf. Cloth pulled down. #BGT.’
While another added: ‘I saw the girls coming though thanks to the camera man haha #bgt.’
Ah well, it still looked neat to us and a lot of viewers agreed by the looks of things.
One tweeted: ‘Woooow! Girls girls girls.. just kept coming…..They were just fantastic, and how did they do that?!!’
Ultimately, the act impressed the judges and Angel Inc, all 16 of them, were awarded four yeses and a standing ovation.
‘It was incredible, the magic tricks were, great, the dancing was great,’ David Walliams said and called them, the ‘Pussycat Dolls of Magic’.
Alesha Dixon added: ‘It’s so lovely to see a big group of girls killing it on stage.’
Another stand out moment last night was an emotional performance from singer Mark Mullan.
Britain’s Got Talent airs on Saturdays at 8pm on ITV.
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