BRITAIN’S GOT Talent is the TV talent show that is as much known for its outspoken judging panel as its bizarre on-stage entertainment.
BGT’s mastermind and veteran of the show, Simon Cowell, is back once again to try and find some of the best hidden talents in the UK.
Joining him are familiar faces in comedian David Walliams, singer Alesha Dixon and presenter Amanda Holden.
The four judges are reuniting tonight in the hope to finding a new act who can top last year’s winner – war veteran Colin Thackery.
Who are the judges of Britain’s Got Talent 2020?
The UK’s favourite mean judge, Simon Cowell, has made a comeback for this series of Britain’s Got Talent.
As Simon Cowell‘s production company SyCo is the team behind the show, it was guaranteed that Simon would be back.
To the delight of viewers, the 48-year-old will grace our screens every Saturday night for another series.
Amanda has been a firm fixture on the show since the first series and has become a household name.
She is known for her bold outfits and witty comments.
Alesha is back to judging the new series of Britain’s Got Talent.
The 40-year-old joined the panel back in 2012 and quickly became a fan favourite.
Alesha’s background in singing, dancing, and rapping makes her a great judge on the talent show.
Funnyman David Walliams is back as the final judge of the series.
The 48-year-old is known for his campy humour and for annoying Simon Cowell.
David is popular amongst children thanks to his bestselling books.
Who has judged the show in the past?
Past judges include:
- Piers Morgan (Series 1-4)
- David Hasselhoff (Series 5)
- Michael McIntyre (Series 5)
- Kelly Brook (guest judge)
- Louis Walsh (guest judge)
- Carmen Electra (guest judge)
- Kathleen Williams (guest judge)
Who’s hosting Britain’s Got Talent 2020?
The Geordie duo are once again on our screens every Saturday for Britain’s Got Talent.
Back in 2018, Declan Donnelly hosted the show solo after Ant McPartlin stepped down from TV commitments for the “foreseeable future” while he checked back into rehab following his well-documented drink driving incident.
Ant was present for some of the audition shows filmed in January and February of that year before his arrest on March 18, 2018 for crashing his Mini while under the influence.
But during the live semi-finals Dec presented the show alone.
How will coronavirus impact the show?
Britain’s Got Talent has postponed its live shows due to the coronavirus crisis.
The spread of Covid-19 has forced show bosses to act as the virus continues to wreak havoc on the entertainment industry.
A source explained to HOAR Online: “They have no idea when the live shows will take place as it depends on government guidelines and advice. ”
At the moment they would like them to happen in September, but that will entirely depend on how quickly things are back to normal.”