Britain’s Got Talent returns to our screens later this month and from the look of these new promo pictures, the series is going to be glitzier and more over the top than ever!
In a new soon to be released video promo, the judging panel – Amanda Holden, Simon Cowell, David Walliams & Alesha Dixon spoof about their so called ‘ever day lives’ and viewers will see Amanda lounging about in a palatial residence, wearing a ball gown fit for royalty.
In an ad that’s supposed to portray what the panel are like off screen, the mum of two looks bored and unamused, as she lays on a chaise longue, though we suspect that with a six year old and a newborn infant at home, Amada’s life is slightly more hectic than she’s letting on.
The ad will air during tonight’s Chelsea v Napoli UEFA Champions League match and in it, Simon Cowell can be seen controlling his empire from a high rise city office…..so his portrayal is probably closer to real life than any of his fellow stars.
Walliams can be seen skipping down the road, in period dress, as he films a historical drama, which again we think is probably how he does spend a fair amount of his days. He gets the call to come to Britain’s Got Talent and snaps up the opportunity.
Former Strictly Come Dancing judge Alesha is seen getting down and dirty with an unnamed hunk in a Cuban club, when she is summoned by ITV bosses and the cameras then cut to the four judges making their way together to the audition venues.
It has also been announced today that the ITV show will definitely clash with BBC’s The Voice when it launches in ten days time, even though some had hoped that the channels would come to an agreement and arrange to stagger the shows so that viewers could watch both live.
The series premieres will now overlap for a massive 50 minutes on the 24th of March.
Which show will you choose to watch live? Leave your comments below..
Also, if you’re a fan of Britain’s Got Talent or The Voice, then you may want to read the debate going on between two of our bloggers, both of whom have very different ideas about the new BBC series and the reigning ITV juggernaut.
Check out the debate here….