Britain's Got Talent's 5 Star boys shock This Morning legend with very cheeky remark
BRITAIN'S Got Talent's victorious Five Star Boys proved their reputation for cheekiness on This Morning today.
The lads – who embarrassed their parents during their appearance on Lorraine last month – made a joke about Gyles Brandreth.
It was recounted by the 74-year-old former MP, who was also appearing on today's show.
He explained: "One of the boys looked at the picture of the Queen in the newspaper and said, 'Oh is that Queen Victoria? Did you know her?"
Gyles took the question in good humour, though he was shown with his mouth wide open afterwards.
Queen Victoria died in 1901, meaning anyone who met her still alive today would need to be 121 or older.
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The 5 Star Boys appeared to want to indicate who is was who made the remark, all pointing at the lad in yellow on the end.
Last night, Britain's Got Talent viewers saw the 5 Star Boys saved from the axe by the judges.
The dance troupe made it into the final three, with the panel forced to decide whether to keep them or the creepy Phantom.
In the end all four chose them, meaning they have now booked themselves a place in the final.
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They performed a dance routine to This Is Me from the Greatest Showman – Simon Cowell's favourite film – in front of a screen that read: "Colouring the world one day at a time."
Beau, 12, Toby, 11, Adam, 10, Joey, 10 and Ollie, 11, were a hit with viewers from the start.
The youngsters explained in their first audition for the show that they had been bullied in the past for being dancers.
Therefore, the performance to You Will Be Found, from the hit musical Dear Evan Hansen meant a lot to them.
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