Britain’s Got Talent sickens viewers with foul act that left new judge Bruno Tonioli screaming | The Sun

BRITAIN'S Got Talent viewers will be left sickened after a unique act takes to the stage on Saturday.

The ITV talent show will open with a bang when a contestant demonstrates his very "windy" act to the judges.

The hopeful shows off his surprise talent – leaving judges Simon Cowell, Amanda Holden, Bruno Tonioli and Alesha Dixon with mixed reviews.

BGT viewers will watch the contestant balance on a table with him bum in the air – before letting out a huge fart.

Italian choreographer Bruno, 67, is left squirming as the act demonstrates that he can toot on demand.

Clearly horrified by the performance, the former Strictly judge repeatedly screams: "No no no no no."


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But Simon was far more impressed and bursts out laughing, followed by Amanda who saw the funny side of it.

Presenters Ant and Dec were blown away by the act and screamed with excitement.

"This is the act I've been waiting for my whole life," Ant jumped about backstage and yelled.

Earlier this year Amanda told The Sun that there will be a few surprise acts on the show this year with some very unusual skills.

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"We finished Britain's Got Talent weeks ago, all the auditions are over and done with, we are editing as we speak," she said.

"There are so many golden buzzers this year, the judges had more than one.

"Every single act is brilliant, I don't know how we're going to decide who goes through – it's going to be difficult to decide.

"There is a lot of people playing things with their body parts, it's impressive."

Simon, 63 confirmed that this year, there are more Golden Buzzer acts than ever before in the new series of Britain's Got Talent.

The former music mogul confirmed that eight acts would go straight through to the live finals.

He said: "There were more Golden Buzzers this year. We have eight."

Usually only five acts get the coveted spot, but the head judge says the audience intervened and forced producers to come up with a new rule on the spot.

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