The ITV talent show returned to viewers’ screens earlier this month with its 14 series with the original judges back in the driving seat. However, act Kevin Quantum, left the Britain’s Got Talent judges on the edge of their seats as he tried to walk through a moving line of swinging, flaming cannonballs. 


Britain’s Got Talent has a long-standing tradition of seeking out the best acts, whether that be a performing dog or the next best magicians. 

However, on act tonight let David Walliams, panicking as Kevin Quantum walked through a line of swinging cannonballs that had been set alight. 

In a first look clip, Kevin Quantum says: “In a moment, these cannonballs will whizz across the stage.

“They will take out literally anything in its path and when this happens I will attempt to walk through them without being struck.” 


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He continues: “Now, Simon we know you love a bit of drama, so tonight we will be setting these cannonballs on fire.”

“Ladies and gentlemen, I need complete faith in science.”

A man came on the stage and lit the cannonballs on fire as Kevin put a bag over his head so he couldn’t see anything.

The audience starts shifting in their seats and covering their eyes and the judges are just as shocked. 

In the clip, David is seen panicking as the lit cannonballs are released and Amanda covering her mouth in shock, but will the act be ok? 

Also tonight, Billy and Chantelle who are both under the age of 15, stun the audience and the judges with their heavenly dance. 

The audience is seen tearing up and one even says that the dancers gave her goosebumps. 

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The judges are used to seeing the most shocking acts on Britain’s Got Talent, but this one seems to have shaken them to the core. 

Simon Cowell, David Walliams, Amanda Holden, and Alesha Dixon have all returned and this time they are looking for even more talent. 

Last week, dancers, X1X showed the judges what they had, following in the footsteps of former BGT winners Diversity. 

The group of youngsters was aged between 13 and 28 left the audience and judges amazed as they catapulted themselves over each other. 


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However, when the dance group proceeded to create a human tower with one of the dancers forming a horizontal plank at the very top at least 15-20ft in the air, the mood in the room turned. 

It was what happened next that left judge Simon speechless when a stunt could have gone very badly wrong. 

Once the human tower was complete, one dancer took a leap with the help of his team to stand on the top of the tower. 

He then took the 20ft drop back down to the ground somersaulting all the way down, he was caught by his teammates, but Simon was left open-mouthed.

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

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