LOW BLOW ‘Bought and paid for’ rant furious Britain’s Got Talent viewers as they claim show ‘must have paid act to audition’

BRITAIN’S Got Talent fans were left baffled over the weekend as a group of taekwondo performers appeared – all the way from South Korea.

The Ssaulabi Performance Troupe left the judges gobsmacked and secured themselves a Golden Buzzer, which they had been determined to get.

Ssaulabi Performance Troupe wowed on BGT over the weekend

Ssaulabi Performance Troupe wowed on BGT over the weekend

Ant and Dec decided to give them the Golden Buzzer

Ant and Dec decided to give them the Golden Buzzer
While everyone loved their skills, some did question if ITV had paid for them to come and perform.

One person questioned: “Those karate people on  #bgt are so obviously bought and paid for by the shows producers – 20 return tickets from Seoul to London is like £16,000. Convenient that they got a golden buzzer..”

A second added:  “They’re getting a standing ovation from the judges, because Simon paid too fly them over from South Korea.”

While a third joked: “We are from South Korea and we decided to come to #BGT because it is  favourite show, and absolutely were not contacted by the BGT producers  first after seeing us on Youtube…”

The dynamic taekwondo show put on by the group saw them perform intricate somersaults and flips, whilst also breaking wooden planks effortlessly with their hands and feet.

A troupe member even performed pirouettes while consistently breaking several pieces of wood.

They were also several times when they flung themselves into the air to deliver powerful kicks.

Backstage hosts Ant and Dec were so impressed that they ran out and hit the Golden Buzzer for the troupe.

Following their audition judge Bruno Tonioli praised the routine for its “power, the beauty and the artistry” that surpassed everything he had previously witnessed on the stage, calling it an act that blew “out of the water”.

Fellow judge Alesha Dixon said their “discipline hard work and dedication” had “paid off”.

Those watching at home also branded it one of the best things they have ever seen – and are rooting for them to win the show.

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