Britain’s Got Talent: Amanda Holden Presses Golden Buzzer For Teen Boy Band Chapter 13 - But Not Everyone Is Happy

The four-piece met after appearing in the West End hit musical School Of Rock.

Amanda Holden finally got to press her Golden Buzzer on Saturday night’s Britain’s Got Talent, but not everyone was happy with her decision.

The judge fast-tracked boyband Chapter 13 into the live semi-final after impressing with their melody of Stevie Wonder songs.


But some viewers claimed that Jacob, 14, and 15-year-olds Noah, Tom, and Jake, had an unfair advantage because they have performed together in the West End show School Of Rock.

Amanda even tweeted that she’d be getting “extra brownie points” from her daughters Lexie and Hollie as School Of Rock is one of their favourite musicals.

Not everyone was quite as delighted as Amanda...

While others backed Amanda’s decision, including a certain Miss Gemma Collins...

Regardless of their experience, all four judges agreed that the teenagers smashed their audition.

Amanda told them: “I honestly don’t think I’ve ever seen four young musicians so together, the drummer was amazing, the guitar playing was spot on. Some of the faces you were pulling were fantastic.

“I just think you are absolutely incredible and now you’ve just got to win the whole show,’ she told the band, before hitting her golden buzzer and running up on stage to celebrate with them.

Simon Cowell told them: “I can imagine kids watching the show, saying: “I would love to be in that because that’s more exciting than being at school.

“The last time I remember seeing or hearing something like this was a band called Busted. That was fantastic.”

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