A stage invader tried to interrupt proceedings on "Britain's Got Talent" on Tuesday night (29.05.18).
The four judges - Amanda Holden, Alesha Dixon, David Walliams and Simon Cowell - were giving their feedback to illusionists Magus Utopia during the live semi-final when a man appeared to run from the audience and passed the judging table, hitting three out of four of the red buzzers. However, he was quickly apprehended by security and ejected from the building.
The whole incident shocked the panel, with Simon saying it was "one of those nights".
And as host Declan Donnelly told the act and the audience that those buzzers didn't count, proceedings resumed quickly, with all four judges praising Magus Utopia's act.
A spokeswoman for Britain's Got Talent said: "A member of the audience ran up and pressed the judges" buzzers at the end of Magus Utopia's act. The man was quickly apprehended by security and removed from the building."
Dec joked about "another quiet night" on the show, after a technical fault due to the weather brought proceedings to a brief halt on Monday night (28.05.18).
He quipped: "Apologies about our unwanted guest. Some people just can't keep their hands off our buzzers!"
Meanwhile, elsewhere in the show, Donchez Dacres secured his place in the final after impressing the audience at home with his catchy original song "Wiggle Wine" whilst finalist Calum Courtney pulled at the heartstrings with a changed up version of "Isn't She Lovely?" dedicated to his mum.
The judges couldn't decide between Calum or the B Positive Choir so they opted to send it to deadlock and Calum went through based on viewers" votes.