A variety of acts perform in front of a live audience and a panel of judges for a chance to win £250,000 and perform for the British Royal Family at the Royal Variety Performance.
Ant and Dec present the live Britain's Got Talent final as the eleven remaining hopefuls - including a wildcard act chosen by the judges - perform for their chance to be crowned 2013 champion. At stake is a cool 250,000 pounds, not forgetting the sought-after slot at this year's Royal Variety Performance. Judges Simon Cowell, Alesha Dixon, Amanda Holden and David Walliams will be as opinionated as ever, but the final decision is made by the voting public alone. Which performance will clinch the title this year?Watch Now:Amazon
A brand new series of Britain's Got Talent starts today and Ant and Dec host the first auditions shows. The judges Simon Cowell, Amanda Holden and Piers Morgan return to cast their eye over a new batch of contestants hoping to make it through to the next round. As before, the winner of the series will perform in front at the Royal Variety Performance this year.
The auditions continue, and judges Simon Cowell, Piers Morgan and Amanda Holden see more of the thousands of acts hoping to win the life-changing prize of 100,000 pounds and a slot at this year's Royal Variety Performance. The competition is open to any act of any age, and the judges see some of the best - and worst - talent in the country. Presenters Ant and Dec are on hand to support the acts before and after they face the judges
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Ant and Dec return with a fresh search for the nation's brightest new star, and there's a new addition to the judges' desk in the form of the golden buzzer, which gives Simon Cowell, David Walliams, Amanda Holden and Alesha Dixon the power to send an act straight through to the live semi-finals regardless of their fellow panellists' opinions. However, they can each press it only once during the series. Leaving no stone unturned, the auditions visit London, Cardiff, Manchester, Birmingham and, for the first time, Belfast, as a wide variety of acts, from comedians to contortionists, singers to spoon players, compete for the chance to win £250,000 and a slot at this year's Royal Variety Performance