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Ninja Warrior UK: ITV, 7pm
To make it to the semi-final round, contestants must pass the Mount Midoriyama tower.
Atlantis: BBC One, 7.45pm
This week, knowing that the other woman is the only thing standing in the way of being a true ruler, Pasiphae offers Ariadne an ultimatum.
Meanwhile, Jason and Hercules have sought exile in the mountains, where Medusa and Pythagoras come up with their own plot, requiring a sacrifice of unimaginable proportions.
Britain's Got Talent: ITV,8pm
We're in the third round of auditions, and the competition is heating up. Judges Simon Cowell, David Walliams, Amanda Holden, and Alesha Dixon are on the hunt to uncover the nation's brightest talent.
Will any of tonight's acts have what it takes »
It's almost time for Britain's Got Talent again - what else are weekends for? But if you just can't wait for the episode... well, sorry, you're going to have to, we can't change time.
What we can do is bring you ten teasers about what to expect, so read on for some hints about what's coming up...
1. One auditionee injures themselves before they go on stage and has to receive medical attention - will it affect the act?
2. Simon finally challenges David to put his money where his mouth is and set up his own record label - then probably wishes he'd never said that.
3. One of the acts tries to break a world record.
4. Peter Andre's brother's wedding gets quite a few mentions thanks to one act.
5. You guessed it - there's another golden buzzer. We've had Ant & Dec's and Simon's... so whose is it this week?
6. David »
You might remember two of the hopeful contestants on tonight's episode of Britain's Got Talent... because they were on the show last year.
Lauren & Terrell made it to the live semi-finals in 2014, and tonight they're back, this time with a whole bunch of their friends.
The duo are now auditioning as part of dance troupe IMD, who hail from East London and describe themselves as "one big family".
The group, who have an age range of 9-18, credit an after-school club with keeping them on track, with one of the dancers revealing that they would have been "involved in stuff I shouldn't be" if it wasn't for the troupe.
But IMD suffer a setback before their audition when one of their dancers picks up an injury requiring medical attention, although she vows that she is "not going to let the team down".
Viewers who want to know whether IMD make »
The canine contestant works its magic on the music mogul in tomorrow night's episode - and the video below is pretty convincing.
"[It was] 100% real," Cowell has since insisted. "I was feeling sleepy and then fell asleep.
"It's almost like your brain tells you to do something which you shouldn't be doing but you just go along with it. The next thing is, you've actually fallen asleep.
"I always said I wanted to find a cat that could play the guitar," he added. "I think we've done pretty well finding a dog that can hypnotise people!
"I just want to own the dog. I could literally rule the world with this dog because all it does is stare at you and you do whatever it wants."
"He kept saying to me that he felt really tired, »
Dec is faced with a more difficult task when he's asked to find Blazin' Squad's Mc Freak, who is today better known by his real name Oli Georgiou. Can you pick out the real Mc Freak?
Meanwhile, Mulhern »
Simon Cowell is left bemused by an auditionee's attempts at hypnotising him.
In tomorrow's (April 25) episode of ITV's reality series, Krystyna Lennon brings along her dog - a German Spitz named Princess - for her act.
Cowell is told to kneel in front of the duo on the stage, but the hypnosis attempt appears to have no effect on him.
"I don't think you can hypnotise everyone," says Alesha Dixon, as Cowell returns to his seat.
However, it seems Cowell does eventually end up under Princess's spell.
"I got hypnotised by a dog two weeks ago," he told London Live in February. "The dog hypnotised me, it was surreal. Into being what I don't know, but honestly."
Britain's Got Talent continues tomorrow at 8pm on ITV. »
The BBC has delayed the launch of their latest prime time Saturday night show because they don't want to go head-to-head against 'Britain's Got Talent'. 'Prized Apart' - which will be presented by Emma Willis and Reggie Yates - has been postponed by bosses because they fear a ratings wipeout if they take on Simon Cowell's talent show which airs on ITV and regularly attracts over 10 million viewers. The new program has been hailed as a ''game-changing'' format and had been scheduled to start in the spring. According The Sun newspaper, the show will now launch in the summer after 'Bgt' finishes. »
The Rspca confirmed last week that it would investigate the show after viewers complained about act Marc Metral and his 'talking dog' Wendy.
The act, which saw Metral being a ventriloquist while Wendy opened her mouth, was criticised for potentially using a special mask on the pooch.
However, Cowell has now told Best magazine that he would never allow animals to be mistreated on the show.
"Everyone knows I love dogs and we wouldn't allow an act to come on the show if it was unhappy or being mistreated," he said.
"I understand the charities being worried, but we saw the dog after the show and she was happy."
He added: "There's a lot of real animal cruelty in the world and I think that's what they should focus on."
A spokesperson for the show »
The Sun reports that the contract - which will see them releasing in the Us this summer - is worth £1m.
"I am sure they will win over both the hearts and ears of Americans," he added.
Meanwhile, Collabro member Jamie Lambert said that he has seen a lot of fans "campaigning for Us promotion" online.
Collabro interview: 'We've been painted as squeaky clean but we're not!'
"Who knows what this year might bring?" he added. "This time last year we'd only just auditioned for Bgt so anything can happen."
Their debut »
Britain's Got Talent star Becky O'Brien has insisted that she doesn't want people to feel sorry for her.
O'Brien - a mother of five - won over the judges with her rendition of 'Over the Rainbow' on Saturday night's show.
Speaking before her audition, she told the panel that she had delayed her dreams of being a singer because she used to be in an abusive relationship.
However, O'Brien said on This Morning today that she wants to focus on the fact that she "got through it" and is a happy person.
"I've had such an amazing, overwhelming response to the show on Saturday and all I can say is thank you to everyone who has responded," she said. "I've had some contact from Women's Aid, Refuge, and something called the Freedom Programme.
"And for me, I don't want people to watch me and feel sorry for me. That isn't what I'm about. »
Britain's Got Talent dance troupe Boyband have hit back at suggestions that they "deceived" the judges and viewers by keeping their history in dance competitions a secret.
Jaih, Dylan, Mikey, Mike and Corey won Ant & Dec's golden buzzer after their audition in Saturday night's show, but reports later noted their previous dance experience and appearance on Sky1 show Got to Dance.
"It's not fair," Dylan told Digital Spy today. "We didn't deceive anyone, it's not like that at all. Lots of contestants on Britain's Got Talent have a past - not everyone just comes on Britain's Got Talent from nothing and just goes on. We entered Got to Dance and it was a great competition to do, and now we're on Britain's Got Talent. It doesn't put us at an advantage at all."
Asked if he was worried about how people would react to the reports, Dylan replied: "Talent is »
'Britain's Got Talent' sensation Henry Gallagher is set to ask out his schoolgirl crush who he wrote his song about. The 12-year-old musician was too shy to approach the girl who inspired his song 'Lightning', but getting four votes to go through from judges Amanda Holden, Simon Cowell, David Walliams and Alesha Dixon on the ITV show on Saturday night (18.04.15) has given him the confidence boost he needed to ask for a date upon his return to school today (20.04.15). Henry said: ''Fingers crossed I'll get a date! Amanda Holden said I would get her within two seconds but I'm still »
Britain's Got Talent dominated primetime last night (April 18) with an audience of more than 9.5 million, according to overnight figures.
The ITV reality show averaged 9.54m (44.1%) from 8pm, with a further 537k (2.7%) watching on +1.
Ninja Warrior UK appealed to 3.54m (19.6%) in the 7pm hour, and Play to the Whistle managed 2.54m (12.9%) from 9.15pm.
BBC One's Atlantis continued with 2.58m (11.8%) from 8.25pm. The National Lottery Live was watched by 2.52m (11.6%) before the latest Casualty treated 4.21m (21.6%).
Channel 5's latest episode of CSI garnered 741k (4.7%) from 10.10pm.
The multichannels were topped by ITV2's Britain's Got More Talent, which was watched by 1.21m (6.2%) from 9.15pm. »
Jamie Raven wowed the Britain's Got Talent judges on last night's auditions show (April 18).
The 31-year-old magician impressed with his close-up magic and his awe-inspiring card trick.
Britain's Got Talent: The good, the bad & the bizarre
Raven began his act by swapping £50 bank notes to the "much rarer, infinitely more valuable" bank of Britain's Got Talent £50 notes.
He then followed with a card trick that culminated in a flip book-style reveal of a magician picking the card Simon Cowell had chosen out of a hat on the last card.
What?!!!! #Bgt pic.twitter.com/g0v1ezc2hh
— Britain's Got Talent (@Bgt) April 18, 2015
Raven's act won him a standing ovation from the audience as well as four yeses from the judges. It even had Cowell revealing that he "now actually believes in magic".
"Like some people believe in ghosts, I now believe in magic," he said. "There is no explanation for that. »
Britain's Got Talent returned tonight (April 18) for the second episode of series nine, and we were treated to another hit of the golden buzzer.
Tonight's varied acts included a young girl and her sword, a puppet refusing to go in a cannon and a jaw-dropping card trick which, in the words of Simon Cowell, made him "believe in magic".
Digital Spy rounds up Twitter's reaction to the evening's events below:
People were impressed (and terrified) by nine-year-old Jesse Jane McParland's sword skills
Another thing I apparently have at home? #Bgt
— Natasha Louise (@tashaontv) April 18, 2015
i always wanted a sword #Bgt
— Gabriella (@velvetgh0st) April 18, 2015
I bet she doesn't get bullied in school #Bgt
— Craig (@Official_Craig) April 18, 2015
Boyband - Ant and Dec's golden buzzer choice divided opinions
A boyband called Boyband. I'm over them already. #Bgt
— Elliot Gonzalez (@elliot_gonzalez) April 18, 2015
They were good, but not that good! #Bgt »
Britain's Got Talent carried on delivering on the talent, didn't it? Seven acts made it through to the next round of the competition, with one lucky act, dance group Boyband, getting Ant & Dec's golden buzzer.
To say the successful acts were diverse would be an understatement - we had a "dinky" martial arts specialist, a couple of singers, a cowbell performer (?) and the weirdest 'magical entertainer' we have ever seen (thanks Jeffrey, that was truly bizarre).
But who was your favourite and who are you looking forward to seeing again? Have your say by voting in our poll and leaving your comments below...
Britain's Got Talent airs on ITV. Who was your favourite? Let us know below! »
It was another crazy night on Britain's Got Talent, with more acts hoping to impress the judges and make it through to the next round of the competition. As always, some were more successful than others. Read on for the good, the bad and the bizarre from tonight's show!
Jesse Jane McParland - 9, Northern Ireland
Talent: Martial arts
Tell us more: We're a little bit in love with adorable Jesse Jane. The little firecracker - a "dinky little thing" as Alesha described her - came across like butter wouldn't melt when she first stood on stage... and then blew the judges away with a spectacular, back-flipping, sword-waving martial arts performance, complete with a terrifying face. "Well done!" Ant called at her, murmuring to us: "Best to keep on her good side." We'll agree with that one - Simon Cowell even suggested she could work as his security guard. »
Ninja Warrior UK: ITV, 7pm
A new batch of contenders battle it out through the second heat of the obstacle challenge. Those who make it will face scaling Mount Midoriyama Tower.
Who will be worthy of a place in the semi-finals, and step further towards being crowned Ninja Warrior UK?
Britain's Got Talent: ITV, 8pm
Which contestants will have the skills to wow the judges, and take a step towards »
Amanda Holden will be a judge on 'Britain's Got Talent' for ''as long as it keeps running''. The 44-year-old actress and television personality has revealed she has had a personal assurance from the show's creator - and fellow judge - Simon Cowell that she will always be welcome on the panel until the show ends. She said: ''Will I bow out? Well, I don't know ... but if they beg me to come back, of course! ''Anyway, Simon's said that as long as it keeps running I'll be on it. Actually, I need to get that in writing from him, really!'' But if she »
Have I Got News for You was Friday's (April 17) highest-rated show outside of soaps.
BBC One's topical panel show was seen by an average of 4.61 million (22.7%) viewers at 9pm. The figure is up on last week's 4.57 million.
Masterchef continued with 4.33 million (20.4%) at 8.30pm, while a repeat of Mrs Brown's Boys played to 2.94 million (14.9%) at 9.30pm.
Weekend Escapes with Warwick Davis returned to 2.41 million viewers (12.5%) on ITV at 8pm, while the first episode of Slow Train Through Africa with Griff Rhys Jones was seen by 2.41 million (10.8%) at 9pm.
Over on BBC Two, Collectaholics finished with 1.10 million (6.4%) at 7pm, followed by 1.87 million (9.7%) for An »
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