Watch brilliant promo for Britain’s Got More Talent featuring a host of familiar faces

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Britain’s Got More Talent has dropped a all new, all brilliant opener for this year's series.

Yesterday saw ITV confirm that the main series of Britain's Got Talent could be back on Saturday, April 15 at 8PM with its first auditions.


And that means that More Talent is also back!

As Britain’s Got More Talent returns to our screens next week straight after the main show, airing on (Saturday 15th April at 9.25pm on ITV2.

To open this year's series, host Stephen Mulhern stars in another ‘unbelieveable’ rap with a host of famous TV faces.

BGMT’s ‘one viewer’ has gone missing and even Stephen doesn't want to start the new series with zero viewers.

In the brand new opening sequence, created to launch the upcoming 11th series, we see Stephen travel across the airwaves, visiting a selection of TV shows.


As fellow presenters Ant & Dec suggest he devises a rap song to find him, Stephen grabs his fur coat and gold medallion and launches into the rap.

With no time to waste, Stephen rallies a host of ITV stars to help in his search; from This Morning’s Phillip Schofield & Holly Willoughby and Good Morning Britain’s Piers Morgan & Susanna Reid to visiting the Rover’s Return & the Woolpack to enlist the cast of Coronation Street and Emmerdale - but sadly he has no luck.

Searching high and low, Stephen checks in with the Britain’s Got Talent judges, as well as Emma Willis, Keith Lemon and Jason Manford. Stephen also visits The Chase’s Bradley Walsh, Jeremy Kyle and the Loose Women.

As the rap song builds to the chorus of ‘Got To Find The One Viewer’ Stephen and his star helpers continue to throw some shapes, but it seems Ant & Dec may have the answer after all.


The sequence also features previous Britain’s Got Talent contestants, Ashley & Pudsey, Ashley Banjo & Perri Kiely from Diversity and Mr Zip.

Britain’s Got More Talent returns Saturday 15th April at 9.25pm on ITV2

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