British’s Got Talent has finally announced when it will be on our screens, when ITV will release a new commercial for the show.
The talent show led by Enta McPartlin and Declan Donnelly will take place again in a few weeks.
Before Emmerdale went live on Thursday, ITV gave fans a taste of the commercial when they found out the series would be back in April.
The trailer started with a man reading a newspaper with a headline: British talent is back.
Simon Cowell, Amanda Holden, Alesha Dixon and David Walliams also performed on the red carpet for I’m So Excited.
Then they were greeted by Anton and Dec, who were in an elevator full of golden confetti.
Four judges have returned (Photo: ITV)
Ant and Dec welcome BGT back (Photo: ITV)
The ant speaks from the bridge: He’s very excited.
The new advertisement was broadcast after TV bosses decided to postpone the live broadcasts because of the coronavirus outbreak.
British company Got Talent returns in April (Photo: ITV)
The ITV programme is closely linked to many other programmes that are no longer produced or that have attracted a live audience.
The source told The Sun Online that live broadcasts may return in September.
They have no idea when the direct inclusions will take place, because it depends on the government’s recommendations and advice, the insider said.
At the moment they want it to happen in September, but that will depend entirely on how quickly everything will return to normal.
More info: Simon Cowell
In a statement last week, ITV showed that… The Britain’s Got Talent Show should be aired in the coming weeks, as planned.
We are also working with our production colleagues to see how we can make BGT concerts work in an ever-changing situation, and we will know what will happen in due course.
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