Britain's Got Talent's Brotherhood won't appear on show for health and safety reasons

BRITAIN'S Got Talent act Brotherhood won't appear on the show after failing to reveal the contents of their act before appearing on TV.

The magic act were famed for their death-defying stunts and said they were "gutted" to be leaving the competition.

A source told The Sun Online exclusively that the boys failed to declare the contents of their act and for health and safety reasons there's no way they could perform.

The source told us: "They were told they can’t perform as every act must declare what they're performing and the boys didn't – so for health and safety reasons they were told they can't appear on the show.
"It's very strange why they wouldn't reveal what they were planning."
A spokesperson for Britain's Got Talent said: "The Brotherhood have had to withdraw from the Britain's Got Talent Live Semi-Finals. Libby and Charlie will now be performing on Friday nights show."

Announcing their departure on Instagram, the magic act wrote: "We’ve learned to stay humble in the good times and humble in defeat.

"We’ve worked for the last 4 months on an act so ambitious and out there that we’ve put our sanity, blood, sweat, fire and tears on the line.

"Through circumstance and bad luck out of our hands sadly we aren’t in a position where we can deliver what we set out to do. It kills me that we’ve failed and that we will no longer be in 2019’s @bgt competition."

They added: "We are truly gutted that we won’t get to be in the fight but we aimed for the stars and fell short.
"It’s been an absolutely incredible ride for BGT this year and I wish all the acts still In the competition the best of luck and success and that a magic act can bring home the crown again."

Thanking fans for their support throughout the competition, they finished: "If we’ve taken anything from this, it’s that collectively YOU can achieve great things, no matter what’s in front of you. No matter what is happening in the world, the power of friendship and dreaming big is a powerful thing.

"Thank you to each and every single person that messaged us (both the love and the hate)- you’ve made us smile and proud. 4 yes’s and 2.6 million views on YouTube makes this crazy ride worth it. Big love. See you soon."

The creepy group made a lasting impression with their audition, which began with them saying: "We are Brotherhood, welcome to our game of mysteries, with this."

One of the figures sliced a melon in half with a large sword as presenters Ant and Dec look on from backstage.

The spooky act used four boxes and it becomes very clear that there could be severe consequences to follow, depending on which ones were selected.

The leader of the pair picked Dec to take his sharp sword and says: “Take this sword and put it in one of these boxes.

“We cannot see which box you choose.

“Our lives are in your hands, as it's series 13, choose wisely."

The pair then proceeded to fall onto the boxes, hoping avoid the blade.

Earlier this month, BGT fans were left terrified when the creepy magician act chose Declan Donnelly to lend a helping hand in their spooky performance.

Viewers saw the television presenter, 43, pushed on stage by fellow presenter Ant McPartlin, 43 after the mysterious figures chose him to take part in the act.

The creepy act, who dressed in black suits and terrifying face masks, left judge Simon Cowell absolutely gobsmacked at the beginning of their performance.

They begin by saying: “We are brotherhood, welcome to our game of mysteries, with this.”

One of the figures sliced a melon in half with a large sword as presenters Ant and Dec looked on from backstage.

The spooky act used four boxes and it became very clear that there could be severe consequences to follow, depending on which ones are selected.

The leader of the pair picked Dec to take his sharp sword and says: “Take this sword and put it in one of these boxes.

“We cannot see which box you choose.

“Our lives are in your hands, as it's series 13, choose wisely."

The pair then proceeded to fall onto the boxes and appeared to narrowly avoid the blade and risk a life-threatening injury.

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