WATCH This Freaky Contortionist TERRIFY The Living Daylight Out Of ‘BGT’ Judges
Contortionist Papi Flex recently terrified the BGT judges with his freaky routine. Some of his moves were so disturbing that they actually had to look away. Papi’s makeup and silent persona made things even creepier.
Papi is from Belgium and previously made it to the semifinals on Spain’s Got Talent. He’s now trying his luck on Season 14 of Britain’s Got Talent. Check out Papi’s audition in the video below.
‘BGT’ Contortionist Papi Flex Scares The Judges
Papi didn’t introduce himself to the judges before his audition. Instead, he popped out of a box on stage and proceeded to show off some seriously freaky contortion moves. His face and torso were painted to look like a skeleton, adding to the spookiness.
The 26-year-old did some seemingly impossible things with his shoulders that made judge Amanda Holden look away in fear. Then he pulled one of his fingers all the way back, causing Simon Cowell to cover his mouth in shock.
Papi then returned to the stage and crawled across the floor in a disturbing position, leading to screams from David Walliams. He finished the audition by falling into a split that made hosts Ant and Dec wince. Much of the audience gave Papi a standing ovation.
What Did The Judges Think Of Papi Flex?
“I think I’m gonna throw up my lasagna,” David Walliams declared after the performance. “I just can’t watch it. I mean, it’s impressive, but it’s just so disturbing to watch someone be that bendy.”
Simon Cowell acknowledged that the act isn’t “everyone’s cup of tea,” but he added that Papi’s commitment to his character was “brilliant.” He shared, “We need more monsters.”
Alesha Dixon, meanwhile, thought it was “absolutely fantastic.” She, Amanda, and Simon all voted “yes.” David seemed the most torn, although he admitted, “On terms of talent, yes.” That gave Papi four “yes” votes to move forward.
Of course, he couldn’t leave without freaking the judges out one last time. Papi twisted his arms around in a disturbing position before all the lights went out and the crowd gasped. David called it his “worst nightmare.”