British Goat Talent has given public musical stars such as Paul Potts, Calibro and Susan Boyle.
But in the future, these hit makers may come to our attention through a completely different entertainment show – Walk the Line.
BGT insiders say the production crew has been whipped because boss Simon Cowell – who is talented behind both the long-running show and this new format – really wants the latter to succeed.
He thinks this is going to hurt BGT, which is set to return for its 15th series next year, as all the best work is being pushed towards Simon’s new musical game show.
A source said: “Simon really wants his new show to be a hit, so he has tasked talent scouts and producers to do their best to make sure they have a great line. Is up
“But the pool is just that big, so if they all walk the line, the BGT will have to struggle.
Simon has said that he really wants the new show to be a global success, and to be able to franchise it around the world like Got Talent, so he wants to do everything in his power to make it a success. Is.
“Obviously he cares a lot about BGT, but he’s also very excited about his new project.”
This is after last month’s announcement that Simon has asked for time on X Factor.
Walk the Line is looking for talented singers and musicians to make a living.
The format sees the work as an attempt to cash out or to play and win the show, meaning it can risk it all to success – or crash and burn.
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Amy has enough to be happy.
In the past she has been unlucky in love but Amy Hart has finally found a boy.
Two years after star Curtis Pritchard was cast in public, Leo Islander has just returned to public with his new boyfriend Sam Rason.
The pair went official on Instagram thanks to this sweet shot in front of the Ferris wheel. “Good things come to those who wait,” Amy captioned the photo.
He has got the patience of a Sunnah.
Mellon is very hungry.
Melvin Odom is following in the footsteps of Richard Bacon and the late Keith Chag One as a rowing reporter for The Big Breakfast.
Tele favorite will be roaming the streets while awardees Mo Glegan and AJ Odo are in front of the iconic show, which is returning 20 years later as part of Channel 4’s Black to Front project.
Melvin told me: “The big breakfast impressed me, and I’m sure many of us in the industry will be back on TV during the day.
“With its colorful chaos in the morning, it seemed like the most fun job in the world, so it’s a real dream to be part of the squad that brings the show back and gives it its flavor.”
Other new signatures for the first special, airing next Friday, include Chef Big Z You in the Kitchen and singer Roy, who is singing WikiWiki from Lockkeeper Cottages in East London.
Phil Gayle is back to headline the morning and will have new features with some old memories, including Family of the Week, Super Hunts and a Lamp or Two.
I have already set my alarm.
Have some tea, John?
BBC Morning Live was thrown into chaos yesterday when Janet Manara managed to knock on a mug of tea.
The incident happened when co-host Gaitan Jones told viewers what to expect from the upcoming show in a crossover on the BBC’s breakfast program.
The Welshman told fans at home: “If you have aches and pains or even a hard back … don’t give up fitness. Janet has only one thing that makes you feel good.
In the background, pro dancer Janet pulled each one to show what exercises she would do and when she spread her arms and went for tea.
One cameraman shouted: “You want to be a professional! You want to be a professional!”