Ant and Dec rock up to day two of BGT auditions in a New York taxi-style Tuk Tuk

Ant brandishes a megaphone as he and Dec rock up to day two of Britain’s Got Talent auditions in a New York taxi-style Tuk Tuk

Ant and Dec rocked up to the Britain’s Got Talent auditions in style on Wednesday, arriving in a New York tax- style vehicle.

Ant McPartlin, 47 was seen brandishing a megaphone while co-host Declan Donnelly, also 47, was in the driving seat as day two of the auditions got underway. 

The Geordie duo looked in great spirits as they turned heads in the yellow and black motorised rickshaw, dubbed ‘Tyneside Taxis’. 

Here come the boys: Ant and Dec rocked up to the Britain's Got Talent auditions in style on Wednesday, arriving in a New York tax- style vehicle

Here come the boys: Ant and Dec rocked up to the Britain’s Got Talent auditions in style on Wednesday, arriving in a New York tax- style vehicle

While Ant wrapped up warm in a smart black jacket, his pal Dec kept off the chill in a forest green coat and black gloves.

The pair both finished their smart/casual attires with dark jeans and boots.  

Like fellow BGT star Amanda Holden, the pair were sporting the same outfit as the previous day – no doubt for continuity reasons.  

It comes after Britain’s Got Talent unveiled their judging line-up on Tuesday as the show kicked off for another year – with Bruno Tonioli officially joining the panel. 

Make some noise: Ant McPartlin, 47 was seen brandishing a megaphone while co-host Declan Donnelly, also 47, was in the driving seat as day two of the auditions got underway

Make some noise: Ant McPartlin, 47 was seen brandishing a megaphone while co-host Declan Donnelly, also 47, was in the driving seat as day two of the auditions got underway

Bruno, 67, said: ‘Here we are, Britain’s Got Talent. I am so excited. It’s my first show, I have no idea what’s going to happen, but I’m sure it’s going to be brilliant.’

And it appears the newest judge, who is being paid a whopping £850,000, is already making trouble, according to the warm-up act Adam Khan.

They said Bruno had pressed the Golden Buzzer, but had done it early to avoid being beaten to the chase by Simon Cowell and Alesha Dixon, and so had pressed it during the act.

Arriving in style: The Geordie duo looked in great spirits as they turned heads in the yellow and black motorised rickshaw, dubbed 'Tyneside Taxis'

Arriving in style: The Geordie duo looked in great spirits as they turned heads in the yellow and black motorised rickshaw, dubbed ‘Tyneside Taxis’

As a result, the moment had to be recorded all over again so that the cameras could be set up properly.

Adam tweeted: ‘So… I just witnessed #BGT history!!! An act came on… it was pretty clear Alesha and Simon both wanted to press the#GoldenBuzzer…

‘So Bruno beat them to it and pressed it *during the act*! They were performing with confetti falling on them and the BGT theme playing in the back!’

Panel: It comes after Britain's Got Talent unveiled their judging line-up on Tuesday as the show kicked off for another year - with Bruno Tonioli officially joining the panel

Panel: It comes after Britain’s Got Talent unveiled their judging line-up on Tuesday as the show kicked off for another year – with Bruno Tonioli officially joining the panel 

‘We now have to re-record the #GoldenBuzzer moment because no cameras were properly in place as nobody expected it to happen during the act.’

Inside the auditions, Ant and Dec introduced the four judges to the stage as they walked out to Survivor’s Eye Of The Tiger.

Jesting that Simon has ‘teased’ him with the job for years, one fan filmed from the audience as Bruno told the audience: ‘Thank you very, very much. I am thrilled to be here.

Turning to Amanda and Alesha, he continued: ‘Look at these girls, they are stunning. And my old friend Simon, what an honour it is to finally work with you, he’s teased me with this for years, years and years and years.

Oops! It appears the newest judge, who is being paid a whopping £850,000, is already making trouble, according to the warm-up act Adam Khan

Oops! It appears the newest judge, who is being paid a whopping £850,000, is already making trouble, according to the warm-up act Adam Khan

‘Honestly, I am thrilled to be here. Emotional, and very, very nervous.’

While Alesha then shared: ‘Well, do you know what Bruno? I think you should have a go at pressing the buzzer.’

The judges and audience then counted him down as the pro pushed on the buzzer, with Alesha adding: ‘Welcome to the show’, before he thanked his fellow panel and gave them each a hug.

Oh dear! They said Bruno had pressed the Golden Buzzer, but had done it early to avoid being beaten to the chase by Simon Cowell and Alesha Dixon, and so had pressed it during the act

Oh dear! They said Bruno had pressed the Golden Buzzer, but had done it early to avoid being beaten to the chase by Simon Cowell and Alesha Dixon, and so had pressed it during the act 

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