Britain's Got Talent intruder evades security and gets past terrified judges to press buzzers
Britain's Got Talent was rocked by an intruder who stormed on stage to press the judges' buzzers.
The judges were left terrified, particularly screaming Amanda Holden and Alesha Dixon, when the stage invader ran in front of them.
He somehow evaded security before reach the judges' desk while Magus Utopia were getting their comments.
Amanda's buzzer was the only one not pressed, but after they turned off Simon slammed his down claiming it was "for" the intruder.
BGT viewers spotted his naughty reaction despite the cameras quickly moving off the music mogul.
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He gave the intruder a rude two finger salute to show his frustration before putting his head in his hands.
Ironically it came just minutes after Magus Utopia had left the judges screaming by suddenly appearing behind them at the end of their act.
This led some viewers at home to initially believe it was part of the act, but it quickly became evident it wasn't.
Amanda screamed as she jumped out of her seat before holding her chest and admitting she "needs a gin".
Solo presenter Dec Donnelly, who definitel y didn't want another night of unexpected drama, was seen holding his ear piece to listen to the producers backstage.
"Thankfully those buzzers don't count," joked Dec as he tried to get proceedings back underway.
But being the incredible host he is, Dec could only laugh at the situation and turned it into a joke.
He said: "Apologies about our unwanted guest, some people just want to touch our buzzers."
This comes during a turbulent first two days for the Britain's Got Talent live shows.
The opening show on Monday was forced off air due to technical issues.
A selection of 2018 audition highlights were shown as the show was taken off air after just one act had performed for well over 10 minutes.
Dec eventually welcomed back the audience - blaming the weather in London for the technical difficulties.
"Ant you are coming back next year you didn't need to do that," said Simon, who accused Ant of sabotaging the show.
Revealing the judges and the talent were as good as last night, Dec added: "But hopefully fewer thunderstorms. We would like to stay on the air all night tonight."
*Britain's Got Talent airs all this week on ITV at 7.30pmSource: Google News