BRITAIN’S Got Talent fans have spotted a clue that Stephen Mulhern can’t be the witch – his eyes are the wrong colour.
The TV presenter is one of the names rumoured to be behind the costume and he teased fans earlier this week with a picture of himself getting his makeup done by Lisa Armstrong.
Stephen geskryf het: “Everyone keeps asking if I’m the Witch from @BGT! Well you might want to ask @lisaAmakeup what I look like before she put makeup on me!”
But his followers were quick to point out the big giveway it wasn’t him, met een persoon wat skryf: “The witch is not you they’ve brown eyes yours are blue.”
Nog een het bygevoeg: “The Witch doesn’t have your eyes🙃🤣🤣.”
Others are still convinced it’s him though and several viewers previously pointed how that Stephen was mentioned – in not entirely complimentary terms – just moments before the witch came on stage.
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He was the subject of a joke by singer Honey Scott who made a joke about him not being part of the show any more.
Stephen also has the right background because, as well as being a TV presenter, he is also one of Britain’s most skilled magicians and was the youngster person admitted to the Magic Circle.
He even won Jonathan Ross’ Big Big Talent Show as a magic act and appeared on the Royal Variety Performance in 1997.
The creepy act began with the witch appearing on stage, stomping down the steps and handing out apples to each of the judges in turn.
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When it came to Amanda the witch held her wrist and one hand and a gnarled stick in the other.
They cackled: “Do you know why they say beauty’s only skin deep? Because we’re all rotten to the core.”
A third hand then shot out of the witch’s black cloak and grabbed the apple in Amanda’s palm.
It then exploded into a collection of cockroaches and mealworms, which wriggled and crawled around the judges’ desk.
While Amanda, Alesha Dixon and David Walliams all leapt up from the judging desk, Simon Cowell stayed in his seat looking dumbstruck.