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While Simon Cowell has had to go all round the houses trying to find the right formula and host for the Xtra Factor he hit gold first time round with Britain's Got More Talent. And that is largely down to its host Stephen Mulhern.
Mulhern quite frankly makes the show. Not only does he do a good job but he knowingly pokes fun at the ridiculousness of the show and the judges. People seem to love the amateurish nature of the set and production and that is because he has the charm to pull it off.
When you enjoy the spin off programme as much as the main one then it must be doing something right, and Mulhern certainly is.
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