Britain’s Got Talent’s The Noise Next Door sing tonight having worked for the show before – but do you recognise them?

BRITAIN’S Got Talent act The Noise Next Door will perform for the judges tonight – but already have history with the show.

The comedy improv group are well-known on the circuit and penned the opening song for Britain’s Got More Talent back in 2014.

 Britain's Got Talent act The Noise Next Door have history with the show and will perform for the judges tonight
Britain’s Got Talent act The Noise Next Door have history with the show and will perform for the judges tonightCredit: ITV

Back then, the Brighton based quartet of Matt, Tom, Robin and Sam had a different line up.

Tonight viewers will see them riff off topics from the judges and audience – and even poke a little fun at Ant and Dec.

Robin begins by telling the audience the group plans to create a brand new business live on stage.

He throws the venture out to the judges, with David Walliams saying it should sell wellington boots, while Amanda Holden suggests they be made by air hostesses.

 Tonight the boys poke a little fun at Ant and Dec
Tonight the boys poke a little fun at Ant and DecCredit: ITV
 Tom kicks off the singing
Tom kicks off the singingCredit: ITV
 Judges Amanda and Alesha get involved
Judges Amanda and Alesha get involvedCredit: ITV

And the celebrity in charge of the whole operation? Ant and Dec, as chosen by the audience.

Hilarity ensues as they introduce the business through a comedy song.

They have previously performed on The One Show and Live at the Palladium and headline the Comedy Store regularly.

But nothing they have done is as high profile as performing in front of the four judges and millions of viewers.

The group said: “We’ve done Live at The Palladium on ITV. We’ve done the Edinburgh Festival several times and headline the Comedy Store regularly, but nothing is as big as Britain’s Got Talent.

“We may have had some success in comedy clubs but nothing of this scale. Britain’s Got Talent viewers aren’t necessarily comedy club goers and this gives us a chance to bring what we do to a much bigger audience.

“Also, improv comedy over here isn’t as big as in the States and we really want to champion that in the UK.”

Tune in to ITV tonight at 8pm to see how the guys get on.


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