Britain’s Got Talent featured another golden buzzer act on Saturday night, but the show was stolen by a very stern Guinness World Records official.
Balloon modeller Ryan Tracey brought the official with him to monitor his attempt at fashioning balloon animals against the clock while blindfolded.
However, his act was somewhat overshadowed by her attention to detail in following Guinness World Records procedure – including stopping his celebrations at the end of his attempt to check they were accurate representations of the animals he said they were.
That women from Guinness world record was better than him auditioning lol #BGT
— david lawton (@lawtondavid1) April 29, 2017
— Laura May Adams (@MissLauraMayx) April 29, 2017
But when the judges complained about her taking her job so seriously, viewers turned on the panel to stick up for the official.
They were so mean to the Guinness World Records woman on BGT
— Heather (@HeatherG_) April 29, 2017
Disgusting treatment of the official from Guinness World Records. Just doing her job. #bgt
— Ross Quinn (@rwq1987) April 29, 2017
Meanwhile, comedian Daliso Chaponda was a popular choice for Amanda Holden’s golden buzzer pick.
— Siobhan Linehan (@slinehan1) April 29, 2017
About time we had some decent stand up on #BGT again Daliso was hilarious. So glad he's in the semis Amanda really wants a comedian winner.
— Dan Brown (@DanJBrownMUFC) April 29, 2017
St Patrick’s Junior Choir, who gave a rendition of Keane’s Somewhere Only We Know, was another hit with viewers.
That choir. Those little eager faces and they sound great too 💕 #BGT
— Magso (@magso5) April 29, 2017
Ah that little kids choir on BGT has just melted my usually icy heart a little 💙 Bless them!
— Kelly Elliott (@KelEll) April 29, 2017
:: Britain’s Got Talent returns on May 6 at 8pm on ITV.