Britain’s Got Talent 2019: Act spills on behind-the-scenes surprise viewers DON'T see

The current series of the ITV contest is still in the audition stages of the process.

Several weeks ago, Britain’s Got Talent viewers saw Siobhan Phillips receive four yeses from the judges with her comedy song about parenting.

The talented mum has said there was something about the behind-the-scenes process viewers don’t see that surprised her.

Speaking exclusively to, Siobhan divulged: “The process has been a lot nicer than I thought it would be.

“The whole team that work on the show, they really want to do well on the show, they are really rooting for you and they do everything in their power to make you feel comfortable.

“Because you are are a person even though you’re an act and you’re going on you’re still a human being.

“It was so nice, it feels like a family atmosphere. Everybody gets on, everybody wants me to do well.

“I got the sense that they really do want me to do well so that’s a really comforting thought.”

After the auditions stages have finished, viewers will learn who has made it through to the live semi-finals.

Although, there are several acts that have already bagged one of the coveted spots via the Golden Buzzer.

Each judge, along with Ant and Dec has the chance to send one act straight through to the semi-final by pressing the Golden Buzzer.

Currently, it’s only Amanda Holden who hasn’t made her selection.

David Walliams was the first to hit the button as he was moved to tears by Flakefleet Primary School’s rendition of Don’t Stop Me Now.

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While big boss Simon Cowell was tickled by comedian Kojo Anim and sent him straight through.

Ant and Dec had to choose one act between them and they went for teenage dance sensation Akshat Singh.

The latest person to press the Golden Buzzer was Alesha Dixon who was wowed by 10-year-old singer Giorgia Borg.

Saturday’s edition of the programme saw an emotional performance of Conchita Wurst’s Rise Like a Phoenix delivered by bar manager Rob King.

He was sent through to the next round by all four judges who were impressed with his vocals.

Rob has since revealed he was inspired to apply following the death of his friend Martyn Hett who tragically died in the Manchester Arena terror attack.

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


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