Britain's Got Talent 2015 ratings hit series high with 10.5 million

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It may have been branded the worst episode EVER but ratings for Britain's Got Talent 2015 have continued to impress.

A bloke dressed as a nun playing a drivable piano, a string of awful singers and a can can drag act were amongst the wacky acts to appear this weekend.

Last night's latest auditions episode once again had over 10 million viewers tuning in as this year's series scores some of its best viewing figures in years.

The current run has been remarkably consistent with average audiences of 10.1 million, 10.1 million and 10.5 million for its respective first three weeks.

Yesterday's episode saw a huge peak audience of 12 million, up 200,000 on last Saturday evening as contestants including a hypnotising dog went in front of the judges.

And the average of 10.5 million was up 400,000 viewers on last year's equivalent episode as well.

It seems while we may all moan and whinge about the programme we're all still tuning in to ITV every Saturday night.

The Britain's Got Talent 2015 auditions continue next Saturday evening on ITV.

Browse pictures of this weekend's Britain's Got Talent 2015 contestants here...

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