Explosive new BGT trailer teases drowning horror and Ant and Dec accident

Explosive new BGT trailer teases drowning horror and Ant and Dec accident

Britain's Got Talent have dropped an explosive new trailer ahead of their 13th series opener – and it looks like it might be their most dramatic season yet.

From on-stage drowning fears to the stage being completely wrecked, viewers are in for an action-packed show.

Hosts Ant McPartlin and Declan Donnelly have finally reunited after Ant's year away from the spotlight to focus on rehab.

The TV host was fined a record £86,000 and banned from driving for 20 months following his drink-drive crash which happened last year.

But the pair are all-smiles in the new trailer for the show, with the episode set to air almost exactly a week from now.


Ant teases viewers that series 13 is almost here, with Dec quipping: "Unlucky for some!"

"What a load of superstitious nonsense," Ant laughs. Queue all the disastrous goings-on at BGT.

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Along with eerie music, the trailer airs someone falling from a platform, people dressed as rubbish running around on stage and some very creepy looking acts.

A woman in a leopard print dress is seen crowd surfing as media mogul Simon Cowell places a hand over his mouth.


Next up is a woman straddling a harp and judge David Walliams on stage with a mask mouth.

Ant and Dec are even seen sitting on stage as they gasp watching an act.

Most worryingly is a man trapped inside a cube filled with water as he bashes on the glass.

At the end of the trailer, the presenting duo stroll on stage but Ant ends up tripping over something – causing all the lights to shut off.

*Britain's Got Talent airs next Saturday at 7.15pm on ITV

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