One of the world's most popular reality television shows, Britain's Got Talent, came under fire last night when a technical glitch revealed what appeared to be a 'lip synching' on what was supposed to be a live show.
Being the first act on stage for a live show is probably already nerve-wracking enough - it's hard to imagine what was going through the minds of the children in St Patrick's Junior Choir Drumgreenagh when Ant and Dec raced onto the stage.
Stunned viewers were suspicious when a 'technical glitch' caused the show's hosts to race out on stage and stop the young children's performance.
The 36-member choir of 8 to12 year olds had qualified for the semi-final round broadcast when they previously sang 'Somewhere Only We Know' by Keane.
This time, as the choir prepared to sing Katy Perry's Roar, they were immediately silenced as Ant and Dec raced out onto the stage.
Viewer suspicion arose when they noticed the children's lips had stopped moving... yet they could still be heard singing!
Find out what happened on the next page...