‘Britain’s Got Talent’ Returns April 16 With Two-Day Premiere
The beloved United Kingdom based Got Talent series, Britain’s Got Talent is finally returning to iTV. Fans can’t wait to see this series return after its two year hiatus due to Covid-19. BGT returns to iTV on April 16 and April 17.
Hosts Ant and Dec were featured in a video on BGT’s Twitter page confirming the series premiere date. Within the video they announced the exciting return to TV. Within the dramatic promotional video, Ant and Dec are projected onto the BGT stage. The editing cuts between them and the judges sitting on the panels. The judges look intrigued, happy, sad, and more. During this announcement, Ant and Dec mentioned the premiere date of April 16.
A day later, Britain’s Got Talent confirmed that the series returns as a two-day premiere. Within the preview video, viewers see the judges filled with energy, groups taking the stage, dancers, magician’s, acrobatics, singers, and even more.
Fans Cannot Wait for Britain’s Got Talent to Return
There has not been any additional information revealed at this time. Fans expect the series to return to it’s once a week format following the two night premiere. We’ve seen tons of behind-the scenes content, but it’s officially time for the long running series to return.
“It’s a YES from me!! Let the madness begin!” a fan replied on Twitter.
Fans are ecstatic to see this series air again on iTV with the beloved cast. Simon Cowell, David Walliams, Alesha Dixon, and Amanda Holden returned to the judging panel in early January when the series filmed in The London Palladium. The video accompanying the confirmation includes tons of talent. It’s clear that this will be one of the most competitive seasons yet.
In behind-the-scenes photos fans have seen wacky entrances, themed appearances, a giant T-Rex and even more. It’s clear that Britain’s Got Talent is returning bigger and better than ever before. Series 15 of Britain’s Got Talent will premiere on iTV and Scottish free-to-air channel STV.
Series 14 of BGT ended with the crowning of musician Jon Courtenay. Last series was different from the rest because it aired in two parts. Virtual audiences were used and all episodes were pre recorded, including the semi finals. Before semi finals began, Simon Cowell sustained an injury that led to english choreographer Ashley Banjo sitting in his place. Following series 14, all parties involved agreed to push off production of series 15 due to the pandemic.