Britain’s Got Talent fans fume at ‘complete overkill’ over distracting feature

Simon Cowell gunged by Mr Blobby on Britain's Got Talent

After weeks of auditions and with the semi-finals just around the corner, viewers are eager to find out who will be crowned Britain’s Got Talent winner in 2023.

However, during Saturday night’s show viewers were left annoyed by one “overused” feature during dance group Notorious’ performance.

The group, aged between eight and 16 from Wales, took to the stage for a chance to impress the judges with their choreography.

Set in a classroom, the crew stunned the audience and the judges, but some viewers were left disappointed as many complained the slow-motion effect ruined the flow of the performance.

Taking to their Twitter accounts to share their thoughts, one user wrote: “Oh no, not another slow-mo shot of a dance group.”

@XxLadyClaireXx fumed: “Wish they’d quit with the slow-mo during some acts. It spoils the flow for me.”

@Theunsavoryedu commented: “I’m not a fan of these slow-mo shots on #BGT it’s a bit too often. Yawn.”

@connacase said: “STOP with the slow-mo effects. Complete overkill and unnecessary completely ruins it for me and many other viewers I bet.”

@AJ90uk penned: “I struggle to enjoy #BGT with the OTT production, adding slow mo on all the acts, and delayed audience cheering, it’s just irritating!”

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@julie_dargan asked: “Why the slow-mo? Performances mean more without, please stop #BGT.” (sic)

After Notorious’ performance ended, the judges were left stunned by their performance and had some positive comments for them.

Bruno Tonioli stood from his seat and exclaimed: “Look at you! You caused a chain reaction throughout the theatre.

“The choreography was very very tight and it had a sense of humour and a cheeky attitude. You were giving it, weren’t you!”

Alesha Dixon agreed and added: “Did you enjoy that? Well you definitely brought the energy and the little ones at the front of us were the little stars of the show, they were absolutely gorgeous.”

Amanda Holden praised: “I mean it was madness, I love the theme, I love the madness of the classroom, I love the energy, there was a real fizz about you!”

Simon Cowell concluded: “I have got to say we have seen a lot of other dance groups, however, that was absolutely brilliant.”

All four judges said yes to the troop leaving them screaming with excitement, as Simon joked: “They are going to raid the sweet shop now!”

Britain’s Got Talent semi-finals air weeknights from 8pm on ITV.

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