U.S. reality show based on the British series "Strictly Come Dancing," where celebrities partner up with professional dancers and compete against each other in weekly elimination rounds to determine a winner.
Carrie Ann Inaba,
The shape of the X each judge has to use has had four different designs. In seasons one and two, the X was digital and the person's name would be in blue if they buzzed an act. In season three, the X exactly matched the design "Britain's Got Talent" uses. For the beginning of the live shows for the seventh season, the X's edges were sharper. In the next season, the name of the judge would have a white background, instead of blue, the past four seasons, around their name. See more »
99% of people who come out on stage with a guitar *can't* play the guitar. You just demonstrated what that thing was actually intended for.
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I rate this 7/10 but only if it is recorded and watched later. Then you can skip all the BS. There is a great variety of entertaining acts to watch here. But also a ton of back stories, chit chat, judge worship, etc. A 2 hour episode boiled down to about 40 minutes of actual performances and some of the judges' remarks is well worth your time. I cannot imagine watching it live.
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