Acts judged 'on merit' after viewer backlash

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Acts judged 'on merit' after viewer backlash

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Acts judged 'on merit' after viewer backlash


Britain's Got Talent has denied claims of a fixed show, after criticism from fans over professional acts.

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It comes as two acts - singer Loren Allred and comedian Axel Blake - were given the golden buzzer to go through automatically to the final.

Loren, 32, previously recorded Never Enough for The Greatest Showman and Axel already has an Amazon Prime show.

"All contestants are auditioned on merit and judged on their performance on the day," a BGT spokeswoman says.

"Whilst some of the acts appearing on the show may have tasted a level of success, they are not household names."

Britain's Got Talent returned to screens for the first time in two years after it was cancelled in 2021 due to the coronavirus pandemic.

The show became popular for taking unknown talent - such as Susan Boyle and Diversity - and making them household names.

Some viewers were unhappy with the inclusion of people who had experienced success previously.

Although Loren, who was given the golden buzzer by Amanda Holden, was the voice behind the song, she didn't feature in the film, with actress Rebecca Ferguson miming to the track.

She has also released recordings in the US and has performing duets with established names such as Michael Buble.
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