Sir Bruce Forsyth on BGT: Crying children is not entertainment

Metro

Strictly Come Dancing host Bruce Forsyth has criticised Britain’s Got Talent, saying young children should not be allowed on the show, or else be given their own programme.

The 85-year-old feels that the pressure of performing in front of the nation is too great for young performers.

‘I don’t think they should put children on that are too young,’ he told MailOnline. ‘If you’re going to do that, have a separate show. Have a children’s show, British Children Have Talent.

‘To put little children through that kind of an ordeal, I think that is wrong. I think it was last year some poor little girl of about 11 was crying her eyes out on there. I don’t think that’s entertainment.’

Britain’s Got Talent auditions continued tonight, with soul singer Rosie O’Sullivan and impressionist Philip Green impressing the judges.

Sir Bruce also confirmed that he will be returning for the next…

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