Simon Cowell stunned as David Walliams throws #BGT into chaos: ‘Getting out ...

Tonight’s Britain’s Got Talent sees the auditions come to an end with the live semi-finals and grand finale all postponed due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. Fans of the ITV talent show will be pleased to see that the final auditions episodes is packed full of entertainment and drama as David Walliams throws the show into chaos.

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Hosts Ant McPartlin and Dec Donnelly kick things off by asking the audience to welcome judges Simon Cowell, Amanda Holden and Alesha Dixon to the stage.

However, they’re quick to point out that David isn’t with them, as Ant notes: “This is all lovely fun but we seem to be missing a judge.”

Amanda and Alesha can be seen swiftly turning around to notice a missing David.

“Where’s David?” Ant asks as Simon hits back: “It doesn’t really matter.”

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As Ant and Dec laugh at his remark, regal sounding music begins to play and the look around to see what’s happening.

Something above the stage catches the eye of the audience and Alesha who points up to the ceiling.

As the camera cuts to Simon he can be seen wide-eyed as he realises David is being lowered from the roof.

The final Britain’s Got Talent judge is dressed as the Queen in a white gown and wearing a wig with a crown.

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