Britain’s Got Talent 2019: Ant and Dec stunned as contestant THROWS chair across stage

As it usual on Britain’s Got Talent, Ant and Dec will be there to provide some sideline support for all the contestants.

Tonight, ITV viewers will watch Ursula Burns from Belfast try to impress the judges in the show as she and her harp take to the stage.

However, during her audition, she leaves Ant and Dec wide-eyed after she suddenly through a chair across the floor.

It comes after her chat with the judges as she prepares to perform by getting into a position.

Feisty one isn’t she

Dec Donnelly

Although, there’s a chair on the stage that is clearly in the hopeful’s way.

As Ursula approaches the chair to move it, Ant who is waiting in the wings says: “I’ll get it.”

However, before he makes his way on stage to collect the item, the contestant throws it off to the side of her.

“I’ll leave it,” Ant declares as he turns back to the camera.

While Dec remarks: “Feisty one isn’t she?”

Meanwhile, judges Alesha Dixon and Amanda Holden look rather taken aback.

Ursula explained to Simon how she came to learn the instrument as she said: “Well my mum played harp and it was my fate.”

However, the judges got a shock when Ursula began her performance as it became clear they wouldn’t be getting a classical performance.

But viewers will have to wait and see what the judges made of Ursula and her harp.

Already the programme has seen two acts receive the Golden Buzzer which means they go straight through to the live semi-finals.

Last week, Simon pressed it for Kojo Anim who wowed with his comedy set.

When he appeared on the stage, Alesha recognised him as an acquaintance and Kojo went on to explain his connection to the judge in an appearance on Lorraine.

He said: “”I don’t have her number. I actually know Alesha’s partner, that’s how I know Alesha.

“When I was coming up, he was a dancer and we were in a lot of talent shows together. So when they got together I was like, ‘Wow, you’re with Alesha Dixon, mate, you’ve come up in the world’.”

In the first week, David Walliams pushed it following a performance of Queen’s Don’t Stop Me Now from Flakefleet Primary School choir and their headmaster Dave McPartlin.

Alesha Dixon and Amanda Holden are yet to utilise their Golden Buzzers as well as Ant and Dec who can pick one act between them.

Britain’s Got Talent airs tonight at 8pm on ITV.

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