Britain’s Got Talent 2022: New look at jaw-dropping auditionees
Amanda Holden looked sensational in a pink latex dress when she was seen on stage during a first preview of this year’s Britain’s Got Talent auditions.
The judge, 51, looked stunning in the Barbie doll-inspired look as she held a ball and waved to what co-judge Alesha Dixon called a “ghost” on stage.
Alesha previously said, “There was an act that came out, he didn’t speak, we couldn’t see him, he was invisible or, as Simon thought, he was our first ghost!” It was shocking. I don’t even know what happened.
Newly released images show this year’s auditionees on stage, and they also include a magician known as Phantom, dressed in a gigantic raven costume, as well as the singer who sang the monster hit The Greatest Showman, Never Enough.
Ghost audition: Amanda Holden looked sensational in a pink latex dress as she was seen on stage in a first look at this year’s Britain’s Got Talent auditions
Siren: Loren Allred is the singer behind The Greatest Showman’s Never Enough and will take the stage during the auditions
Loren Allred, 32, looks thrilled as she prepares to sing for the judges, having previously scored a Billboard Hot 100 hit and toured with Andrea Bocelli.
American Loren did not appear in the 2017 Hugh Jackman-directed film, with actress Rebecca Ferguson mimicking her lyrics in the blockbuster.
The young ventriloquist Jamie Leahey, 13, will take the stage with his puppet, while Titan The Robot will offer a comedy number.
Scottish singer Ferdinand Rennie will also take the stage, while Temple London will show off his martial arts skills.
Wow! American Loren did not feature in the 2017 film directed by Hugh Jackman, actress Rebecca Ferguson mimicking her lyrics in the blockbuster
Say what? Magician, The Phantom, certainly made for a stage entrance
Wow: Titan the robot will provide a comedy number at night
Fun: Young ventriloquist Jamie Leahey, 13, will take the stage
We hope Matricks Illusion wows the judges with their magic act as the Scooter Boys – a quartet of young scooter experts – are seen riding huge ramps on stage.
Britain’s Got Talent will return to screens after a two-year absence and a packed trailer saw a Simon Cowell impersonator take the stage and David Walliams get involved in routines.
The latest series is expected to feature magic tricks, a person dressed as a dinosaur, dance troupes, and musical performances that are sure to entertain.
Regular judges Simon, David Walliams, Amanda Holden and Alesha Dixon return to put the acts to the test while Ant McPartlin and Dec Donnelly return as hosts.
Go ahead: Scottish singer Ferdinand Rennie will take the stage
Go ahead guys: Scooter Boys are a quartet of kids’ scooter experts
Wow: Temple London martial arts act shows off his jaw-dropping skills
A fun trailer was released on Thursday and saw a The Simon impersonator takes the stage wearing a red fringed bodysuit in an act that is sure to leave the judge in awe.
Elsewhere, David was seen looking disgusted as he took the stage to help a circus performer remove a heart-shaped sword from his throat.
The comedian, 50, also appeared to strip naked on stage, taking off his shirt in front of an elderly woman, in a bizarre moment.
Other acts included a team of skateboarders performing stunts, performing singers, and gymnasts performing jaw-dropping routines.
Magic: Matricks Illusion double act Alexander and Emily Jesson take the stage
Dance: Les Sancho dance troupe showed off their moves
The first trailer comes as Britain’s Got Talent is set to return to screens on April 16 after a two-year absence.
A follow-up episode will also air the following day at 7:35 p.m. as auditions begin on Easter weekend.
The hit ITV talent show was previously postponed due to security concerns and restrictions imposed by tier systems and lockdowns.
The show’s bosses said that despite the best efforts of the teams at ITV, Thames and Chief Justice Simon’s Syco, they were forced to cancel the plans.
At the time, they said, “With our top priority to protect the well-being and health of everyone involved with the program, from the judges, hosts and contestants to the entire crew and the public , the decision has been made to – sadly – move the recording and broadcast of the 15th series of Britain’s Got Talent until 2022.
This is it: Matricks Illusion showed off his magic act as he performed
‘BGT is known for its diversity of talent with great dance groups, wonderful choirs and lavish orchestras at its heart, and it has become clear that not only is it not possible to film auditions with these types of acts in a secure manner, but also that they are not able to adequately rehearse and prepare safely.
They concluded, “Safety must come first and as a result, the taping of the show cannot currently proceed as planned.”
Last month, Amanda revealed Simon was planning a permanent return to the UK – and insisted he was not quitting TV.
The Heart Breakfast presenter, 51, said music mogul Simon, 62, who resides between California and London, ‘aims to spend more time at home’ now than fiancee Lauren Silverman’s son , Adam, “grows up” and that she has become an “adopted Briton”. ‘
In an exclusive interview, Amanda, who sits on the Britain’s Got Talent judging panel alongside close friend Simon, says he’s still ‘hungry’ for success but wants to enjoy family life as he plans his upcoming marriage to Lauren.
Amanda told MailOnline: ‘He’s amazing and he and Lauren are in the best space.
“We had a delicious family lunch together on Sunday and he is very, very chill and knows exactly what he wants out of life now – he is not retiring in any way.
“He is full of ideas and has some amazing ideas on the back burner. It’s in Simon’s blood, it’s terminal, hunger, creativity, maybe in the end Simon won’t be in front of the camera but he will always be involved. He just wants to reap some of the things he sowed and enjoy life a little better.
“They’re going to aim to spend more time in the UK, which is really good for me.”
Britain’s Got Talent will launch on Saturday April 16 at 8 p.m. and continue on Sunday April 17 at 7.35 p.m. on ITV.
Back soon: Britain’s Got Talent will launch on Saturday April 16 at 8 p.m. and continue on Sunday April 17 at 7.35 p.m. on ITV