21 April 2019 | im_me-josh_b
Chaos encapsulated, laughter inescapable
I have never enjoyed Britain's Got Talent, I believe that everyone is talented in some form but some people get through on their sad stories instead, which I understand makes great TV but can be deceptive because people then want to vote for their favorite person, not necessarily the best act.
Britain's Got More Talent is the polar opposite of BGT and that's why it works. It highlights the lesser acts who won't get the attention and strips back the stories, showing real people and those real people are often not the brightest bulbs meaning that they are easy to laugh at and Stephen Mulhern, lovingly poking fun at them but joining in and making a fool of himself as well just makes for belly laughs from the start of the show until the end.
On top of the acts, it also involves the judges and the presenters of the main BGT show, also showing what work goes in to the back ground and how they pass the time with ridiculous games and friendly verbal jabs at each other.
I will certainly tune in from now on, and the team at BGMT should be proud of this ridiculous, joyous, celebration of humans of all forms, with the main characters equally willing to be silly and have fun which is what it should all be about. Bravo!