Britain’s Got Talent’s The Dark Hero cut mid-broadcast to show Ukraine message in final live semi-final

Final live semi-final of Britain’s Got Talent was thrown into chaos when The Dark Hero singer suddenly paused the show mid-broadcast on Friday.

The performers were excellent Frozen “Let It Go” while dressed as Batman, received praise from the judges before turning in front of the cameras to express solidarity with his supposed homeland of Ukraine amid the country’s conflict. conflict with Russia.

He said, “Tonight my heart goes out to the people of Ukraine,” before the camera quickly returned to hosts Ant and Dec, who thanked him as escape music played.

Little is known about this mysterious character, but according to a fan-made website, BGT WIKI, he is believed to be of Ukrainian descent and currently resides in London.

Since Russia invaded Ukraine in February 2022, the region has been engulfed in brutal war, leading to the deaths of thousands of soldiers and civilians. This conflict marked a level of destruction not seen in Europe since the end of World War II, nearly 80 years ago.

Despite impressing the judges, the so-called Dark Hero failed to secure a place in the final as comedian Alex Mitchell and magician Trixy won the other two spots.

When Ant and Dec announced the results, it was primary school teacher Alex who won the most public votes, sending him straight through to the finals. Alex, who battles autism and Tourette’s, baffled the judges with his stand-up routine before expressing gratitude to the BGT platform for providing people like him a platform stage.

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Meanwhile, the last spot in the final is contested between Trixy, Denise and Stefan, a blind couple who showcase their musical talents. During the judges’ vote, Bruno chose to save Denise and Stefan, while Alesha chose Trixy, describing the decision as a “nightmare”.

Instead of resorting to a split decision, both Amanda and Simon chose to save Trixy.

The magician surprised the judges with an amazing trick, asking for a series of random numbers that when added together would give the exact date and time of his show.

Denise and Stefan parted ways after falling at the final hurdle, clearly emotional as they thanked the judges for the opportunity.

Fans are also rallying for the couple to receive a wildcard, expressing disappointment on Twitter that they didn’t make it.

After the final semi-final on Friday night, the highly anticipated final of Britain’s Got Talent for this year will air tomorrow, Sunday, June 2, at 7:30 p.m., lasting until 10:05 p.m.

The remaining contestants will perform their final performances in front of a live audience and an esteemed panel of judges – Amanda Holden, Simon Cowell, Alesha Dixon and Bruno Tonioli.

The champion will receive a substantial cash prize of £250,000 and will have the opportunity to perform at the prestigious Royal Variety Performance later this year.

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