BGT EXCLUSIVE: Amanda Holden SCREAMS in terror as The Coven make hair-raising entrance – Daily Mail

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They’re set to compete with seven other acts for a spot in the final.

And it seems that The Coven will certainly leave a mark on the Britain’s Got Talent judges, as they make a terrifying entrance in an exclusive clip from Saturday’s semi-final.

The preview shows the dance troupe creeping onto the stage via. the judges desks, leaving Amanda Holden and Alesha Dixon screaming in horror.

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Scary: The Coven look set to leave a mark on the Britain's Got Talent judges as they make a terrifying entrance in an exclusive clip from Saturday's semi-final (Amanda Holden pictured)

Scary: The Coven look set to leave a mark on the Britain’s Got Talent judges as they make a terrifying entrance in an exclusive clip from Saturday’s semi-final (Amanda Holden pictured)

In the clip, The Coven don their signature Ring-inspired costumes as they crawl towards the stage, taking the entire judging panel by surprise.

Amanda and Alesha struggle to hide their fear as the troupe slowly make their way to the stage, with the frozen-in-fear presenter screaming: ‘Oh god!’

The Coven then launch into a competitive dance routine after making their way to the stage, leaving the panel and virtual audience in awe of their moves.

Scary: Alesha Dixon was left screaming in terror as the terrifying performance began with the troupe emerging from behind them

Scary: Alesha Dixon was left screaming in terror as the terrifying performance began with the troupe emerging from behind them

Sinister: In the clip, The Coven don their signature Ring-inspired costumes as they crawl towards the stage, taking the entire judging panel by surprise

Sinister: In the clip, The Coven don their signature Ring-inspired costumes as they crawl towards the stage, taking the entire judging panel by surprise

The second BGT semi-final will see another eight acts go head-to-head to win the judges vote for a spot in the final.  

Golden buzzer act Honey and Sammy are back fighting for their place in the final, dazzling in gold ensembles as they take to the stage. 

Other acts taking part include Aaron and Jasmine, Souparkina Nair and Amanda and Miracle, while Damien O’Brien and Allan Finnegan complete the talented line-up.

Dramatic: Amanda and Alesha struggle to hide their fear as the troupe slowly make their way to the stage, with the frozen-in-fear presenter screaming: 'Oh god!'

Dramatic: Amanda and Alesha struggle to hide their fear as the troupe slowly make their way to the stage, with the frozen-in-fear presenter screaming: ‘Oh god!’

Amazing: The Coven then launch into a competitive dance routine after making their way to the stage, leaving the panel and virtual audience in awe of their moves

Amazing: The Coven then launch into a competitive dance routine after making their way to the stage, leaving the panel and virtual audience in awe of their moves

Ashley Banjo will also make a return to the judging panel after dividing viewers with his Black Lives Matter-inspired routine during last week’s show.

The hit ITV show’s Ofcom complaints have soared to 15,500 following his divisive routine with dance group Diversity.

Alesha has since thrown her support behind Ashley, and hit back at a troll on Thursday by telling them to ‘kiss her black a**.’

Head-to-head: The second BGT semi-final will see another eight acts go head-to-head to win the judges vote for a spot in the final

Head-to-head: The second BGT semi-final will see another eight acts go head-to-head to win the judges vote for a spot in the final

Controversy: Ashley Banjo will also make a return to the judging panel after dividing viewers with his Black Lives Matter-inspired routine during last week's show

Controversy: Ashley Banjo will also make a return to the judging panel after dividing viewers with his Black Lives Matter-inspired routine during last week’s show

Diversity’s routine, which narrated the killing of unarmed black man George Floyd in May, had already polarised fans of the mainstream talent show on Saturday night due to its overtly political stance. 

An Ofcom spokesperson confirmed to MailOnline on Friday afternoon that Britain’s Got Talent has received 15,500 complaints so far. On Monday the figure stood at 1,121. 

They added: ‘We are assessing the complaints against our broadcasting rules, but are yet to decide whether or not to investigate.’

Britain’s Got Talent airs tonight at 8pm on ITV.

Back soon: Britain's Got Talent airs tonight at 8pm on ITV

Back soon: Britain’s Got Talent airs tonight at 8pm on ITV 

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