Britain & # 39; s Got Talent EXCLUSIVE: Amanda Holden Unveils Live Finals Will Happen In The Fall Instead of The X Factor, To Be & # 39; can't do the show without the live audience & # 39;
Amanda Holden has shone some new light on when Britain's Got Talent shows take place after the COVID-19 crisis stopped production on today's series.
The show aired the pre-recorded audition episode on Saturday nights, as is always the case this time of year.
But with the global pandemic that did not result in a UK lockdown, the next stage of the & # 39; put competition on ice, with public meetings banned and people made to stay home.
Keep us up to date: Amanda Holden has shed some new light on when Britain's Got Talent live shows take place after the COVID-19 crisis hit production on & # 39; e current series stopped
Amanda revealed Thursday to MailOnline that producers have tentative plans to film the live finals in the fall, around the time the X Factor – which does not return this year – should normally be broadcast.
& # 39; We have some dates in our diaries, & # 39; said Amanda, 49. & # 39; It's difficult, because I can't say when, because it's all TBC. But it is hopefully looking to be in the & # 39; early fall. & # 39;
Amanda stressed the importance of having a live studio audience for BGT, and that the show wouldn't be the same without that atmosphere, after the BBC's # 1 fall powerhouse Strictly Come Dancing to go without a crowd.
& # 39; We just can't do it without an audience. For this show, we need the British audience on stage and behind us in the audience. We need that atmosphere. & # 39;
On ice: With the global pandemic that did not cause a UK lockdown, the next stage of the & # 39; put competition on ice, with public meetings banned and people made to stay home
Update: & # 39; We have some dates in our diaries, & # 39; said Amanda, 49. & # 39; It's difficult, because I can't say when, because it's all TBC. But it is hopefully looking to be in & # 39; early fall & # 39;
Amanda also looked at & # 39; the bright side of this event, adding that it's fun to watch the series in & # 39; to sign a course of the year.
& # 39; It's always so fast forward. We show the auditions and then we have the live shows that don't happen in the space of a week. But if you do it this way, there's something to look forward to later in the year, "she must." & # 39; It's nice to have it in April / May and fall too. & # 39;
Amanda sits on the right panel for BGT alongside Alesha Dixon, Simon Cowell and David Walliams. Teasing this Saturday's audition episode, Amanda declared that her Golden Buzzer will sound out over the weekend.
& # 39; The act – it's not one that & # 39; s all guns starting to blow. In fact, the audition does not commence its inception, & # 39; it revealed. & # 39; But it becomes a moment, later it is a moment, a story …
Fill in the blank: Amanda revealed to MailOnline on Thursday that producers have tentative plans to film the live finals in the fall, around the time the X Factor – which doesn't return this year – normally airs must be (Image: X Factor 2018)
Soldier On: The show aired the pre-recorded audition positions on Saturday nights, as is always the case this time of year (pictured is the act The Coven performs this weekend)
& # 39; Apparently, the producers knew I would go (press the buzzer). I kept thinking, but I didn't know. But the producers knew. They apparently called on the man to crawl up the ladder to release the ticker tape! & # 39;
She laughed: & # 39; I would like to tell you that it is all very technical, but no, it is a man who & # 39; s not climbing a ladder! & # 39;
Amanda explained that this will be a catch-up show to remind viewers of participants when the show is later in the & # 39; t year returns, and that she hopes the world & # 39; then in & # 39; e street party mode will be, so it can really be enjoyed.
Britain & # 39; s Got Talent airs Saturday on ITV at 8pm.
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