I think it's an oversold rally, says Katie Stockton

I think it's an oversold rally, says Katie Stockton

Britain's Got Talent burst back onto screens on Saturday night - albeit slightly later than usual. The latest instalment of the ITV talent show was pushed back by a few minutes due to Liverpool and Chelsea's FA Cup final tie going to penalties. But as well as the nail-biting action on the pitch, viewers were also divided as to whether to tune into rival BBC One for the Eurovision Song Contest 2022. @bhoy_irish tweeted: "What to watch? #BGT or #Eurovision." Whereas @StevenLovatt90 wrote: "I’m in on a Saturday night but won’t be watching #BGT it’s all about the #Eurovisiontonight! Let’s go! Come on #SamRyder." The latest instalment of BGT eventually got underway with a nod to a pantomime favourite thanks to act number one Dame Nation, who spiced up the …
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