Britain's Got Talent: Simon Cowell hits golden buzzer for 'unbelievable' dance act

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28 Apr 2024, 07:41

Simon Cowell hitting golden buzzer

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We may only be three episodes in, but Simon Cowell was one of the last to use his golden buzzer in last night’s Britain’s Got Talent. 

The judge is notoriously quite hard to impress, but that was no issue for one dance group from Japan. 

Cyberagent Legit have been dancing together since they were four years old and came to the BGT stage in the hopes of winning Simon over. 

They told the camera: “We love Simon! That is why we are here…this is the biggest audition for us. Our dream is perform around the world, if we won it would be amazing.”

The dance group took to the stage and put on a incredible show, dancing in perfecting sychronisation and receiving a standing ovation from the audience and judges Simon, Amanda Holden, Bruno Tonioli and Alesha Dixon. 

Amanda said the performance was “unbelievable”, while Simon added: “Amazing! That was fantastic, that was my favourite act of the day actually. Really, really, really good."

As the audience started to chant, Simon then stood up and smacked the golden buzzer. 

Viewers at home took to social media to share their thoughts on Cyberagent Legit, with one person commenting: "That was the best dance act that's ever been on #BritainsGotTalent. Dare I say it, even better than Diversity. The level of synchronicity was off the chart."

Another added: “The dance group from Japan was just fantastic, delighted they got the golden buzzer  very well deserved 👏 my fave act tonight ❤️ #BGT #BritainsGotTalent.”

While a third said: “That Japanese dance crew were INSANE, i dont think people appreciate how hard it is to do what they just did, plus they make their tracks and costumes themselves? right up my street that is, golden buzzer was deserved #BritainsGotTalent.”

This comes after Amanda Holden hit her golden buzzer for singer Sydnie Christmas last weekend.