Britain’s Got Talent filming postponed due to epidemic

As the cancellation comes, it is revealed that London hospitals are on the verge of being overwhelmed by Kovid-19 as health officials scramble to find more beds to deal with the outbreak.

TV bosses are now saying they will confirm the new dates “in due time”.

Hundreds of people take part for Britain’s Got Talent auditions.

The filming difficulties are compounded between the epidemic as being hosted by Ant and Dick all the time traveling to the show from the UK and sometimes overseas.

A spokesperson for ITV said: “With the announcement of the latest government health guidelines and our priority to protect the well-being of all those involved in our programs, we have decided, the production teams of Thames and Psycho surpass the record And air the next series.

“We will confirm the revised dates in due time.”

The series consists of large dance groups, singing and orchestras and Pandemic has reportedly done filming auditions and rehearsals for the show.

Former favorites who have recently returned for Britain’s Got Talent Christmas show.

The 2020 panel featured all four of Britain’s Got Talent judges – Alesha Dixon, David Waldiams, Amanda Holden and Ashley Banjo – on the Christmas Day show, performing after Banjo in place of an injured Simon Cowell.

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