Britain’s Got Talent hosts Ant and Dec claim dangerous fire act has ‘gone incorrect’ in first-look clip


Ant and Dec can barely watch as a Britain’s Got Talent stunt seems to be heading in the incorrect course.

In tomorrow night time’s episode (25th April), Kevin Quantum brings his distinctive magic act to the stage and had a slightly thrilling invention, too.

He informed judges, Alesha Dixon, Simon Cowell, Amanda Holden and David Walliams, how he created a tool that allowed for cannonballs to swing freely.

However taking it one step additional, Kevin revealed his plan to set the balls alight earlier than making an attempt to stroll by way of them – all whereas blindfolded.

Teasing the decide and the viewers, the magician defined: “These cannonballs will profession throughout the stage, taking out actually every thing in their path…

“When that occurs, I’ll try and stroll by way of them with out being struck.”

Nevertheless, when Kevin’s assistant units the cannonballs alight, it turns into clear they aren’t behaving as they need to.

Kevin, who had his face coated by now, had no thought the balls had been swinging in a distinct strategy to his first thought.

With it wanting just about inconceivable to get by way of Ant and Dec appeared positively terrified for him. Ant contemplated: “That’s not proper, is it?”

With a medic ready in the wings to leap in if something goes incorrect, will Kevin make it by way of his dangerous act unscathed?

Final week on Britain’s Got Talent, Ant and Dec selected their Golden Buzzer act as comic Jon Courtenay.

Beforehand, David opted for choir, Signal Alongside With Us.

Viewers final week had been left in tears over Beth Porch’s emotional efficiency.

Beth works as a paediatric nurse in a London kids’s hospital and penned a surprising tune about her expertise working with some very sick sufferers.

Britain’s Got Talent continues tomorrow on ITV at 8pm – take a look at what else is on with our TV Information.


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