Britain's Got Talent is a British television show on ITV in the United Kingdom and TV3 in Ireland, part of the series Got Talent. Presented by Ant & Dec, singers, dancers, comedians, variety and numbers of other artists will compete against each other in public support. The winner of each series may be £ 100,000 and the chance to do the Royal Variety Performance before members of the royal family, including Queen.
Auditions will take place in front of judges and live audience in various cities throughout the United Kingdom. Unlike X Factor, a test at any time, the judge can demonstrate their refusal to run it by pressing the buzzer, which returns to the big red X on the stage. If all the judges press their sirens, the act must be stopped immediately. Voting is a best-of-three basis, with the exception of a series of auditions in Manchester on 3, with 3 votes in favor was because there were four judges.
Show semifinals and final will be broadcast live from studios in Wembley source with a variable number of semi-final, followed by the live final split into two episodes in one night. The remaining acts through a series of semi-finals, with the two most popular events of each semifinal win a position in the final. Judges can still end a performance early with three Xs. The judges are again asked to express their views on the performance of each act.
After performing all acts, the phone lines open for a short period, while the public vote for the act that they think are the best. After the votes were counted, the law that raises the most public votes is automatically placed in the final. The judges then choose between the most popular acts of the second and third, with the winner of this vote is also a place in the final. All other actions are eliminated from the competition.
The show returns for a fifth round April 16, 2011. Ant Dec continue as chief guest on ITV, while once again host Stephen Mulhern on Britain's got talent on ITV2 Plus. The judges, Piers Morgan, has left the series due to new work commitments of the United States. The tests were conducted in January 2011 in Manchester, Birmingham, Cardiff, Glasgow, London and for the first time in Liverpool. Simon Cowell, judge of the proceedings only. Amanda Holden returns to the panel of regular judges who were joined by David Hasselhoff and Michael McIntyre, appearing with guest judges during the series. Louis Walsh was a guest judge for auditions in London, replacing David Hasselhoff, who appeared in the pantomime.
Stephen Mulhern is long established as one of the artists most popular children's television. He has now made the transition to make a name in family entertainment, and returns to his second series as presenter of Britain's Got Talent Plus. Stephen presented a series of programs for children above, including Holly and Stephen's Saturday Showdown, Tricky, Globo Loco, Quick Trick Show and BAFTA, where he unveiled a range of magical skills.
It was these skills and his interest in magic, which led him to write the worst show on Channel 4, which moves even more than the magic of David Blaine takes. Stephen also presented Dancing on Ice - melted, and is returning to host the second series of animals doing funny things, as well as in front of a new ITV1 show children are not the fun part.