BGTs Simon Cowell floored as cheeky 11-year-old brutally roasts him on ITV show

Simon Cowell finally got a taste of his own medicine when one young contestant roasted him on Britain’s Got Talent.

On Saturday, the 63-year-old ITV judge became the butt of a joke from confident singer Harrison, 11, who auditioned with his group Boycanto, who hope to inspire others to perform.

Before the youngsters wowed viewers with their impressive rendition of Revolting Children from the musical Matilda, the group spoke to judges Alesha Dixon, Amanda Holden, Bruno Tonioli and Simon about their hopes and dreams.

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Taking the lead, Harrison explained: “We’re from all around England and we’re here to promote boys dancing, singing and acting.”

Amanda went on to ask: “If you won, what would mean more to you, performing in front of King Charles or winning £250,000?”

Clearly uninterested by the eye-watering sum, the little one immediately replied: “King Charles” without a moment’s hesitation.

Simon snapped his fingers in response but Harrison wasn’t done dishing out his sassy comments, adding: “You’ve got to remember, it’s not all about the money, Simon!”

His brutal dig left the panel in stitches at Simon’s expense who luckily managed to take his cheeky comment on the chin, saying: “I 100% agree!” as Amanda echoed: “Oh, well done, Harrison.”

The performers went on to blow away the judges and received a resounding four yeses for their sensational performance, sending them through to the next round.

Despite being roasted earlier, Simon was full of praise as he joked: “You are revolting – and that’s a good thing.

“This was a really, really good audition, but just be really badly behaved going forwards,” he teased.

Alesha added: “My daughter’s obsessed with Matilda and I think children are gonna absolutely love you, your passion and energy was fantastic.”

Bruno branded their cheeky attitude “spot on” and enthusiastically added: “You’re so bad, and I love it!” as Amanda chimed in with: “Your singing was really, really good.”

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Fans soon flooded to twitter to share their love for cheeky boys impressive performance and sassy comments.

One user penned: “That kid saying it’s not all about the money Simon – such a wise little boy” as another agreed: “Well done Boycanto that was brilliant and full of energy as well!”

A third added: “YES BOYCANTO!!!!! [two applause emojis] Seems like that stereotype of boys performing and sadly being bullied for it is still going on in schools, Keep going cos you’re full of talent and inspire more [three applause emojis].”


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