Britain’s Got Talent continued to top Saturday night’s viewing figures with its latest episode yesterday.
Last night’s instalment (11 May) enjoyed an audience of just under 7.5 million viewers, a slight rise week-on-week.
It was the sixth round of this year’s auditions, with judges Simon Cowell, Alesha Dixon, Amanda Holden and David Walliams.
All female dance group Khronos Girls sent out an important message about women’s rights with their routine and magician Ben Hart from London teleported a member of the audience as part of his “unbelievable” audition.
We also saw the final golden buzzer of the series as Chapter 13, a band made up of teenagers, put their spin on Stevie Wonder’s hits and got Amanda Holden to send them straight through to the live shows.
BGT topped Saturday night’s TV ratings with more than twice as many viewers as any other show.
Bradley Walsh’s new TV show Late Night Guestlist made its premiere with a one-off special averaging just under 4 million viewers at 9:15PM.
Earlier on ITV, both In For A Penny and Ninja Warrior averaged just over 3 million apiece.
Over on BBC One and Casualty topped the night with just under 3.5 million viewers for its latest episode.