Britain’s Got Talent: Amanda Holden runs away from the jury in fear after Witches spawns live rats

Amanda Holden ran away Britain’s Got Talent panicked after being confronted with a rat on live TV.

During the semifinals on Monday night (May 30), viewers were treated to a new performance by the mysterious performer Witches.

During his act, the judges were asked to indicate what scares them the most, before being told that witches “have the power to conjure up your deepest, darkest fear”.

Then they both reached into the box and found a piece of paper with a word on it. “Oh god,” Holden said as she read the word “rodents.” “There’s no rat in there, is there?”

The judge hid behind her chair, yelled, “No way,” and yelled, “Is there a rat in there?”

Holden was then forced to put her hand inside the box and squealed in fear as she felt the live rodent. The box was lifted and the animal crawled over the jury. Holden then sprinted to the other side of the studio.

Witches chased her with the creature and asked, “What’s up, Amanda? rat caught your tongue?”

The rat was revealed in a box on Holden’s desk

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Asked about Ant and Dec’s experience after the crime ended, Holden said the crime was “the most terrifying thing that has happened to me in 16 years.”

Elsewhere in BGT In the semifinals, presenters left viewers in hysterics after Ant got stuck in his chair during the night’s opening performance.

Britain’s Got Talent continues tonight at 8pm on ITV.

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JOE HERNANDEZ

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