Amanda Holden surprises Britain’s Got Talent fan with ‘life changing’ audition in show shake up | The Sun

BRITAIN’S GOT TALENT’S Amanda Holden left a fan in tears with a surprise twist that gave them the chance to audition. 

In a major show switch-up, for the first time in BGT history members of the public can put forward acts they believe could be perfect for the ITV series. 

If they get chosen, one of the judges will surprise the acts to let them know the life-changing news themselves.

Amanda, who has been on the show for the past 16 years, was the first judge to get to make their shocking visit. 

A source exclusively told The Sun: "Amanda surprised the act at a theatre – she sneaked in with the camera crew and it was really touching – the act was thrilled to meet Amanda and couldn't believe their family had put them forward for the show.

“Everyone was fighting back tears – it was a really sweet moment."

The big reveal will be part of the upcoming series, which will air in the next couple of months. 

Other judges will be making their visits over the upcoming days. 

Britain’s Got Talent is having somewhat of an overhaul this year, with David Walliams being replaced on the panel by former Strictly Come Dancing judge Bruno Tonioli. 

Bruno will join Simon Cowell, Amanda, and Alesha Dixon in picking who will go through to the live show, with viewers at home picking a winner to perform at the Royal Variety Show. 

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However, filming has already descended into chaos after Bruno admitted he’s never watched the show and broke rules by pressing the golden buzzer twice. 

Each judge, plus hosts Ant and Dec, is permitted to send one act through to the live show by pressing the buzzer but not knowing this rule, Bruno used it more than once. 

Producers were sent into a panic over whether to allow the contestant through, or to cancel Bruno’s over-excitable intervention — with show boss Simon Cowell locked in a heated discussion with the head of production company Fremantle over what to do.

Eventually, they sent the guy through.

Britain’s Got Talent returns later this year on ITV and ITVX.

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