Not much is changing as the talent completion enters its 10th series.
Simon Cowell and the producers of ‘Britain’s Got Talent’ have confirmed the judging panel will remain the same as the show enters its 10th series. Cowell, David Walliams, Amanda Holden and Alesha Dixon will all be back next year, as will hosts Ant and Dec.
Simon Cowell has revealed the 2016 ‘‘Britain’s Got Talent’ judging panel.
"I can't believe that in 2016 we are going to celebrate ten series of ‘Britain's Got Talent’. So, let's make this a special year and we want the best of the best to come and audition. There will be lots of surprises in store,” Cowell said.
Comedian Walliams added, ”I'm so happy to be back with Simon and the girls, especially as we look for our 10th winner. I'm hoping to find something extraordinary.” This is the fourth year the judging panel has remained the same, after Dixon and Walliams joined in the sixth series in 2012.
Open auditions for the 2016 series will begin on October 2 and take place in Birmingham, Cardiff, Liverpool, London, Glasgow and Manchester. Looking ahead to the auditions judge Holden said she "cannot wait" to see what's in store, "and what act will surprise me the most”.
"It's always exciting to see who or what is going to turn up on stage as there are so many amazing and unusual talents, but to find our 10th winner adds another level of pressure,” Dixon added.
"We've had brilliant winners over the years and I hope we can find another incredible act that can really rise to the occasion. We have reached a milestone.”
This year Jules O'Dwyer and her border collie Matisse won the competition, marking the second time a dog act has won following Ashleigh and Pudsey in 2012. Other acts to take home the trophy include Susan Boyle and dance troupe Diversity.
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