'Britain's Got Talent' Daredevils BoldDog FMX Told To Pre-Record Act By Simon Cowell... In Case One Of Them Dies

Britain’s Got Talent’ daredevil act ‘BoldDog FMX’ will be pre-recording their performance for the show’s semi-finals, because Simon Cowell is reportedly scared one of the team might suffer a fatal injury on live TV.

The stuntmen wowed the judges earlier in the series with their aero-gymnastics, which they performed atop motorbikes, managing to get a ‘yes’ from all of the judges.

BoldDog FMX perform for the judges

At the time Simon told them he admired them for putting their lives on the line - literally - for the show, but now wants them to pre-record their stunt so as to avoid any kind of incident.

“If that happens bosses won’t want millions of people watching it live.”

BoldDog FMX in front of the judges

The current series of ‘BGT’ has proved controversial after a number of acts revealed they already had a history of performing, including 79-year-old salsa dancer Paddy, who was put through to the semi-finals when Amanda Holden hit her golden buzzer, despite the fact she’s already won a similar TV talent show in Spain.

Meanwhile, David Walliams also faced a backlash when he hit his golden buzzer for Christian Spridon, whose performance of ‘Sex Bomb’ was panned by viewers.

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