BRITAIN’S Got Talent fans are raging after claiming magician Junwoo Park was “robbed” of a Golden Buzzer spot.
A handful of ITV viewers went as far to say the Korean performer’s outcome was “as fixed as it could be” – claims which are strongly refuted by the broadcaster – as the prestigious BGT place was given to singers Flintz and Taylor.
Junwoo kicked off his spellbinding act by seemingly making Alesha‘s sunglasses vanish, before pulling out a never-ending stream of cards.
Fans were quick to praise his sleight of hand and speculated their could be some funny business in the results – claims which have no real founding.
One took to Twitter to rant: “The magician or the war related dance group deserved a golden buzzer. The golden buzzers have been a mess this year #bgt”
'N Ander het gepos: “And of course she would use the golden buzzer. The magician was was better #BGT.”
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A third then argued: “Sorry but that Korean magician was robbed, should’ve got the golden buzzer he was outstanding #BGT.”
One then commented: “A brilliant Magician a great Dance Group and Alesha never had any intention of doing the right thing.
“As fixed as it could be.”
Another then surmised: “No offence to the hip hop duo, they were great, but the Korean magician was robbed of that golden buzzer act #BGT.”
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Alesha of course judges the acts on their own merit, choosing to grant her buzzer to the dance duo.
Flintz and Taylor wowed with their track, with many claiming their buzzer status was “absolutely well deserved.”
One fan even claimed they gave him “goosebumps.”
Intussen, other fans were equally irked that young comedian Eva also missed out on the Golden Buzzer.
Eva, 14, was the second act to take to the stage in Saturday’s episode of the hit ITV talent competition – and made a big impression.
Taking to the stage, the youngster kicked off her set by revealing her disability – albeit very difficult to pronounce.
“I’d like to apologise if you can’t understand me, I have a disability called cerebral palsy, and I’m from the black country,” she joked.
“So if you can’t hear, wait until you get home and rewatch it with the subtitles on.”
It comes as BGT was hit by a further fix row after Simon Cowell gave his second golden buzzer to comic Axel Blake.
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Some fans of Bradley Walsh se skreeusnaakse Bafta 'tantrum were outraged by his decision, pointing out that Axel already has a stand-up show on streaming service Amazon Prime.
AS BGT spokesperson strongly told The Sun Online: “These claims unnecessarily encourage negative trolling against our contestants and ‘fix’ claims are completely untrue.”