The reality series 'Britain's Got Talent' has broken world records by becoming the Most successful reality television format. The Guinness World Record's website confirmed the news on Monday (7th April). The show has spawned 59 versions worldwide including series in the US, Afghanistan and Iceland.
Britain's Got Talent has set the Guinness World Record for being the most popular reality television format in the world, having been adopted by 59 different shows worldwide. The announcement was made today (7th April) on the Guinness World Record website.
Simon Cowell created the format for Britain's Got Talent.
Britain's Got Talent was first broadcast on ITV in 2007 and an eighth series is expected to air this year. The format, which was created by Simon Cowell, has been used in versions worldwide. Cowell serves as a judge on the UK version of the show and an executive producer on the US version.
This time they're mashing-up street with salsa, not ballet. So at least this one's a bit zestier.
Ash (Hentschel) is a cocky American in London, recovering from humiliation at the hands of street-dance crew Invincible. Then he runs into fast-talking Eddie (Sampson), who offers to help him assemble an even better crew, hand-picking dancers from all over Europe for the final showdown in Paris. With six weeks to rehearse, Eddie then introduces Ash to Latina hottie Eva (Boutella), and they hatch a plan to fuse street edge with salsa passion and knock Invincible off its perch.
Continue reading: StreetDance 2 Review
Ash is an American street dancer based in London. He is in training with the dance troupe Invincible for an upcoming competition when he is humiliated by the group. With his dignity in shreds, Ash leaves the group and vows to continue training for the competition.
Continue: StreetDance 2 Trailer
Date of birth
29th June, 1993
@Fletch4734 I’ve been isolating about 300 miles away from Warrington this past week, must’ve been a good lookalike
New car ⚪️🔴⚫️ https://t.co/xaBkcrLzJt
RT @PoliceWarr: We have attended reports of a group of youths coughing at NHS staff stating they have Coronavirus. The youths will be pros…
RT @PoliceWarr: if you were informed that there was a killer on the streets randomly targeting incident people, you don't know where they w…
RT @liamgallagher: C’mon NOEL GALLAGHER
RT @S_L_C_x: Going to watch StreetDance 1+2 love the fact @georgesampson is in both! 😁 https://t.co/PnXum69WEO
@Lilliemaenot @nathanthompson_ @KazminBorrer
RT @Al_Stany: Don’t think we should complain about much at all after this. Especially not Monday mornings, after a weekend of doing what we…
Ay if dats ur kids on da sk8 park ur a dik
Downloaded cameo! You can now request personalised video messages from myself using the link below :) @BookCameo https://t.co/tKiNesrjnw
RT @Akon: Stay safe everyone! https://t.co/0xTOwuYrPY
If there’s one positive from self isolation, I’m gonna be GOATED on the sticks 🎮
“Use food delivery services where possible” fuck I’m gonna be fat. I’ll be safe, but fat and safe
RT @silv24: This is the face of someone who just spent 9 hours in personal protective equipment moving critically ill Covid19 patients arou…
RT @fabianaloise: I just love these guys! #happiertimes #houseoffun @OurHouseTourUK
Please @NoelGallagher 😩 https://t.co/7kWXTRtcFm
Just over two years since the release of her vibrant debut album, Anna Burch is back with her second full-length album: 'If You're Dreaming'.
What have we been listening to on repeat?
'Acoustic Soul' was released on this day (March 27th) in 2001.
The Chats' debut album High Risk Behaviour is the most punk thing we've heard in years.
Nature-inspired songs we just can't get enough of.
Put these British films about music at the top of your watch list.