Britain’s Got Talent is in full swing for 2019.
The rounds of auditions went by faster than ever and as of May 27th, the live shows are on!
The ITV show has seen a huge amount of talent from singers to dancer and even magic acts.
One of the scariest acts of 2019 so far is Elizabeth with ‘The Haunting’. Here’s how she pulled off her creepy act…
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Who is Elizabeth?
According to Metro UK Elizabeth’s full name is Elizabeth Best.
She works as an illusionist all over the country with Craig Christian in a show called The Evolution Of Magic.
When prompted for a second name by David Walliams, the brunette magician introduced herself as ‘just Elizabeth’ and didn’t break out of her creepy character for the whole performance.
— Kelly Robson (@shortygeordy) April 6, 2019
BGT 2019: Elizabeth, how did she do it?
Unfortunately for Amanda Holden, she was the judge chosen to partake in The Haunting’s act.
Elizabeth’s act involved telling the tale of how the London Palladium is haunted and then transforming into a woman who died over 100 years ago.
The act saw Elizabeth suddenly appear as ‘Agatha Turner’ right before Amanda’s eyes as she sat under the BGT stage.
The most likely explanation of Elizabeth’s act is that there was another person involved who appeared as ‘Agatha’.
Elizabeth mentioned ‘the great Harry Houdini’ during her act which probably means she idolises the illusionist.
‘Agatha’ then walked back up to the mainstage with Amanda until she ‘turned’ back into Elizabeth.
Absolutely horrified, Amanda screamed and swore in complete shock.
Amanda said on the BBC Two Breakfast Show with Zoe Ball in May 2019, that the feeling of the fingers gripping her shoulder never changed which was the most confusing part of the act.
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Who’s in the BGT 2019 semi-final?
There are 40 acts going into the BGT 2019 semi-final.
However, Rosie and Adam, The Haunting, Dave and Finn, KNE, Akshat Singh, Tony Rudd, Flakefleet Primary School and Brian Gilligan are all competing in episode 1 of the live shows.
All eight acts blew away the judges with their first performances but will they have what it takes a second time around?
WATCH THE BRITAIN’S GOT TALENT LIVE SHOWS FROM MONDAY MAY 27TH AT 7:30 PM ON ITV.