Britain's Got Talent fans spot weird blunder as David Walliams is 'in two places at once' after fix row

EAGLE-EYED Britain's Got Talent viewers were left seeing double when they spotted judge David Walliams in two places at once.

The comedian had rushed the stage during Sunday's show to boogie with a raver nan showing off his own dance skills.

Scottish nan, Joy Weir, decided to audition for BGT to not disappoint her grandkids but shocked everyone with her unique performance.

Presuming she might sing, Joy instead burst into a frenetic dance to a song that one might have heard at a Manchester rave in the 90s.

The crowd immediately jumped to its feet, but head judge Simon Cowell was very unimpressed.

"This is terrible," he said as David couldn't resist running up on stage.

He started dancing with Joy and got so carried away he ripped of his shirt and fell to his knees.

As the song wrapped up, David got on one knee to kiss Joy's hand.

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Even though Simon voted 'no', the other three judges were keen to see more of Joy and said 'yes' to her making it to the next round.

But fans watching the frenetic display couldn't help see double and spotted David in two places at once.

One shot from the back of the stage showed David not only dancing on stage, but apparently also sitting at the judges' desk watching it unfold.

"Brilliant editing from the #BGT team, David up on stage and David also sat in his seat, at the same time!" wrote one fan on Twitter.

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Another added: "Why are there two David's on #britainsgottalent."

The double-up blunder comes after the show was embroiled in a fix row after pro singer Loren Allred was given the golden buzzer when she wowed the judges with her singing voice.

Later revealed as the voice behind The Greatest Showman song Never Enough, the American-born singer went straight to the final thanks to her golden buzzer from Amanda Holden.

Fans furiously took to social media to complain it was "unfair" and dub the show "a fix" as Loren, 32, sailed through.

But BGT judge and show creator Simon, 62, has exclusively told The Sun that there will be LESS professional acts on the show than ever before.

He also hit back that he was pleased acts from all over the world were taking to the stage in the UK as part of the competition.

"This year, there are less professional people," he explained. "That's where we started the show all those years ago.

"We started by opening the show to anyone regardless of a day job or hidden talent that they want to show to the world.

"This is the place to do it and thank god that's the show it's evolved into. We don't really have any rules on it." 

"A lot of these acts come on the British or US show after travelling thousand of miles because these clips go viral," Simon said.

"It's not about just being seen in the UK, if those one of these auditions pops it can be seen by hundreds of millions of people."

Singer Loren is the voice behind the anthem Never Enough from global hit movie The Greatest Showman.

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However, she didn't feature in the film, with actress Rebecca Ferguson miming to the track.

She has already released an EP in her home country and has even ­duetted with singing legends Michael Buble and Andrea Bocelli.

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