BGT: Anti-McPartlin and Declan Donnelly advance to semifinals with dynamic mechanical numbers

Presenters Anti McPartlin and Declan Donnelly are set to make their debut this weekend with a high-octane musical number in the UK’s Got Talent semifinals.

The lovely performance duo hit the right notes as they entertain the audience with the pack-impressive role of the rat, which is most true from their PJ and Duncan days.

During the opening of the show, Aunty and December are dressed in their own way of singing and dancing. Suite launching a return to talent show after the coronavirus lockdown.

Pushing things off, December, 44, first shows: ‘It’s been a few weird months.’

To which Aunty, V44, replies: ‘You can say it again.’

Continuing his thinking training, December added: ‘I have missed a lot. I miss the laughter, the magic, the hospitality.

‘I missed the singers, the acrobats,’ said the anti-chimes in. ‘Comedian, Dancer – Talent.’

Hitting the right notes: Presentations Anti McPartlin and Declan Donnelly are set to make their debut this weekend with a high-octane musical number in the UK’s Got Talent semifinals.

Music to our ears: The duo presenting the girlfriend hit the right notes as they entertain the audience with the pack-influenced role of the rat.

Music to our ears: The duo presenting the girlfriend hit the right notes as they entertain the audience with the pack-influenced role of the rat.

December thinks: ‘What do you think? Is it time to bring it all back? ‘To which Antie gives an interesting answer:’ I thought you would never ask, let it be. ‘

Suddenly, the duo enters the song and joins the stage as they sing: ‘Let’s get started, catch up on the music.

Before introducing the BGT judges, the duo gives viewers a glimpse into the virtual crowd. On the huge ‘audience wall’ behind the separate panel table of judges.

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Aunty and December literally sang and danced with Alesha Dixon about welcoming the judges into the studio, when he says ‘If you want Vixen than call Alesha Dixon’.

Comedian and actor David Williams took to the stage behind a wall of boys singing wings: ‘Always important we should be David’.

Focusing on the front was Amanda Holden, who appeared on stage at the top of a golden Union Jack in a golden song singing silently on the lyrics, ‘Silence may be golden but here is Amanda Holden. ‘

Arriving: David Wallims arrives on stage behind a wall of wings for the boys singer: 'Our David should always be underestimated'

Arriving: David Wallims arrives on stage behind a wall of wings for the boys singer: ‘Our David should always be underestimated’

Glamor: Amanda Holden (L) and Alesha Dixon (R) reach the semifinals

Glamor: Amanda Holden (L) and Alesha Dixon (R) reach the semifinals

Glamor: Amanda Holden (L) and Alesha Dixon (R) reach the semifinals

Smooth move: BGT winner Ashley Banjo is filling in for Head Judge Simon Cowell, who is currently recovering from a freak bicycle accident in Los Angeles.

Smooth move: BGT winner Ashley Banjo is filling in for Head Judge Simon Cowell, who is currently recovering from a freak bicycle accident in Los Angeles.

Former BGT winner Ashley Banjo, who is picking judges in this year’s semifinals, is choosing head judge Simon Cowell after his freak bicycle accident in Los Angeles.

The first glimpse of Saturday’s inaugural musical number comes before fans get a glimpse of the show’s new social-distance judging panel ahead of this week’s first semifinal.

The new setup sees each judge at least two meters away from his or her desk to ensure the show is complying with new safety guidelines during the Covid-19 crisis.

Entertaining: The pair saw their element while performing their tune

Entertaining: The pair saw their element while performing their tune

For the pre-recorded semis, Amanda, Alesha, David and new Judge Ashley will be seated separately to follow the strict new guidelines, the show will also feature a virtual audience watching from home.

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Amanda has also been promoted to chief justice, jokingly saying that if she had to make a decision, she would have the full support of the ‘musical theater’.

Simon, 60, was forced to pull out of BGT after breaking his back in a traumatic cycling accident, and has been replaced by Diversity star Ashley Banjo.

After the news of her promotion, Amanda told MailNline: “If I needed to make a decision-making vote, I would vote for the musical theater everywhere!”

Sources also said The sun When she appeared on the panel after the show’s debut in 2007, Amanda was the clear choice to become chief justice.

New work!  Amanda has been promoted to head judge in place of Simon Cowell

New work! Amanda has been promoted to head judge in place of Simon Cowell

Interesting: Simon (pictured on the panel) was forced to pull out of the semifinals after a bike accident after the presenter reached the post which caused her to break.

Interesting: Simon (pictured on the panel) was forced to pull out of the semifinals after a bike accident after the presenter reached the post which caused her to break.

An insider said: “Amanda fully understands the need to become chief justice with a decision-making vote in a deadlock situation.

“She was the only one, except Simon, who came in from day one and saw everything. She can’t wait to take responsibility and will definitely take it with her step. ‘

Eight contestants will perform in each semifinal and the judges will select one application. The second finalist will then be chosen by public vote while the episode airs.

The series will then air a direct sequel in October, where an act will win Britain’s Got Talent 2020 champion and a life-changing ਇ 250,000 prize and a key role in Royal Variety Performance. .

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Britain’s Got Talent will return to ITV on Saturday at 8pm.

Schemes: BGT  The semifinals, scheduled for May, will now feature five, nail-biting - and pre-recorded - episodes.  The final will then be live in October

Schemes: BGT The semifinals, scheduled for May, will now feature five, nail-biting – and pre-recorded – episodes. The final will be live again in October

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Alfred Lee covers public and private tech markets from New York. He was previously a Knight-Bagehot Fellow in Economics and Business Journalism at Columbia University, and prior to that was a reporter at the Los Angeles Business Journal. He has received a Journalist of the Year award from the L.A. Press Club and an investigative reporting award from the Society of American Business Editors and Writers.

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