Hello all! Thought I'd give this guide a few tweaks to account for the decision changes I've made in the past couple of years, plus to account for the changing userbase. I've also added a few readability tips at the bottom. BGT Wiki is very free-and-easy as to what you want to put on your pages. This is why we don't use infoboxes or other templates that only someone with a Masters degree in Computer Science can use. However, it would be great if you could roughly follow this format:
Person name is an (type of act) that auditioned/reached the Semi-Final/Final of Britain's Got Talent in Series X. (any other information such as age/location can go here).
In their audition, they (description of act). Judge A said/remarked/exclaimed/look-in-a-th…
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The last eight years have armed the judges with a wildcard as well as the golden buzzer. Another question here to have a plainly put and small blog post this time, if you were on the judging panel who would you discuss to be the wildcard. Also if you saw yourself as all three to four who would you put through? Please remember that I believe the wildcard must be a semi final act who lost the judges vote. So there are five to choose from year by year. So to but it plainly, which act would be your wildcard? If you can get Series 6-13 with them congratulations. If not better luck next time with your attempts to get them all in future on another blog post maybe. So back to the question, who would be your wildcard on a yearly basis if you can me…Read more >
The last six years have seen the golden buzzer, a great and outstanding tool to give acts an instant gateway to the live semi finals. This tool is a great one, and we may not all agree with the golden buzzers that the judges decide on, however we are not the judges! But this begs the question what if we were? From the past few seasons that you remember who would you if you were a judge have chosen as your golden buzzer act? For extra brownie points you can note which acts you wanted as golden buzzers from series 8-13 so far, or if like me you only remember the latest season you can just put that one, well that's a lie I remember minimal bits and pieces of the two previous seasons. For me a 2017 golden buzzer if I were a judge would be Ned …Read more >
Stephen Mulhern is the presenter of Britain's Got More Talent. He have hosted the show together since Series 1, and have been given the same Golden Buzzer rights as the Judges since it's inauguration in Series 13.
- "Doosh!" (punches the air)
- "Ship out!": Followed by Stephen assuring the viewer/Ofcom that he did say "Ship" with a 'P'.
- "Hot potato!"
- "I'm losing the will."
- "This is actually happening..."
- "No way, Pedro! Not on my watch!"
2019: David J Watson
Stephen Mulhern plays several running jokes in More Talent, mostly of a self-deprecating nature concerning the state of the spin-off show as well as his own notability as a TV personality.
- Introducing himself as "Stephen Mulhern, star of stage and screen." Stephen is sure to constantly …
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Ryan has officially renewed Britain's Got Talent for Season 2. Ryan will return for his second year of judging, along with David Walliams, Alesha Dixon, Amanda Holden, and Simon Cowell. Stephen Mulhern will also return for Britain's Got More Talent. The auditions took place between January and February of 2018.
Ryan has officially renewed Britain's Got Talent for Season 3. Ryan would have returned for his third year of judging, along with David Walliams, Alesha Dixon, Amanda Holden, and Simon Cowell, but he's not from Britain.
Ryan has officially confirmed that Season 3 will be his final season since Simon renewed this show till 2019 before Ryan left.Read more >
BGT Wiki is very free-and-easy as to what you want to put on your pages. This is why we don't use infoboxes or other templates that only someone with a Masters degree in Computer Science can use. However, if you've got no idea where to start, here's a brief outline of what you could add to your pages.
Person name is an (type of act) that auditioned/reached the Semi-Final/Final of Britain's Got Talent in Series X .
In their audition, they (description of act). Judge A said/remarked/exclaimed/look-in-a-thesaurus-for-more-words '(this)', whilst Judge B added '(this)'. (if they got kicked out at the audition stage or the second round, say that here).
(Repeat for Semi-Final and Final)
If they did something of note later on in their career, add thi…
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Ryan Long is a judge of Britain's Got Talent. He has been in this show since Series 11 and Series 12. He said he will be finished judging on the Britain shows since he's not from Britain and he's from Canada. He confirmed to stop judging on Britain shows after he signed up to judge Series 12. He could have seen himself judging for Series 13 since he enjoys this show over X Factor, but due to him not coming back to the two Britain shows, he will not be judging that year.
2017: Reuben Gray
2018: Calum Courtney
2019: The Vardanyan Brothers
He has been judging two other shows. The one other Britain show he used to judge was "The X Factor (UK)" through Series 13 and Series 14. He was going to judge for 4 Series but he gave up judging Britain shows …
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