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I absolutely LOVE Stephen Mulhern. He's funny, he's handsome and he adds such flavor to the show. I've doubled-over laughing watching some of those episodes when Stephen really jumps in and corresponds with the contestants. It seems more like he's actually enjoying himself, rather than "another day on the job." It's hard to find a good sincere TV host that doesn't have their nose up in the air and an obnoxious attitude, but Stephen is IT.
I actually prefer Britain's Got MORE Talent to Britain's Got Talent (with Ant and Dec) and I believe that Stephen comes across more laid-back and fun than them.
Keep it up, Stephen!
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