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Britain's Got Talent odds 2017

Britain's Got Talent 2017 is back and auditions for the show next year are now open. One more time, the nation’s favourite talent show is hitting the road once again, scouring the length and breadth of the country to find talented acts for what is the eleventh series. The show began in 2006 on ITV1 and is the most watched entertainment show and is averaging a consolidated audience of 9.9 million viewers. It is also the only ITV show to have exceeded an audience of 12 million viewers this year (not including the Euros).Presented by Ant and Dec and with Simon Cowell as one of the judges it has launched the careers of Susan Boyle, Diversity and Ashley and Pudsey, among others. On 29 February 2016, it was announced that ITV had signed a three-year contract to renew Britain's Got Talent until 2019.

The Britain’s Got Talent team will be visiting six cities across the UK as part of the show’s open audition tour, looking for the best talent around. Successful acts will then be in with a chance of securing a place at one of the judges’ auditions in 2017. The judges’ auditions will visit Blackpool, London, Manchester and Birmingham, where the judges will see talented acts from across the country.

As always, Britain's Got Talent 2017 auditions are open to any performer of any age, with any talent - all you need is a skill and star quality which they think will impress. Anything goes from magicians to comedians, drag acts to singers and acrobats to animals.

The first audition of the season took place on October 23 in Birmingham and the team will travel all around the UK until November 19 when is scheduled the last audition at the Edinburgh International Conference Centre. Executive Producer, Amelia Brown, said: “We’ve had some amazing winners over the last ten series, from this year’s champion Richard Jones, who was the first magician to ever win the show, right through to Paul Potts, Diversity and Collabro. We can’t wait to see what the UK has to offer.’’

Successful acts will then be in with a chance of securing a place at one of the judges' auditions ahead of the 11th series in 2017. The show is open to any performer of any age, with any talent - all you need is a skill and star quality which they think will impress. Although under 16s must be accompanied by an adult. Auditions precede live semi-finals, where the final 45 contestants (24 in series 1, 40 in series 2–5) perform nightly for a week in order to impress the British public. Each night, two acts from each semi-final (the act with the most votes and another chosen by the judges from the acts in second and third place) progress to the live final.

In terms of the premiere, we imagine that they will be back on the air this spring. This season is so short, and it’s in part because of that we see this show be so popular, and become such an event for all of Britain and even some other parts of the world.

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