Yes it has, some unlikely looking operatic chap, Iain was it, great voice and a possible winner, but then we get acts from France, Hungary,etc etc. Is it not in the title? "Britain" has a competition to find a good "British" act. Either the foreign acts are in the wrong queue or the rules need a bit of tweeking. Or are these acts bought in to fleshout the other acts? I think we do have the talent without overseas ringers. What are your views?
I thought that the 'Britains Got Talent' badge was supposed to almost echo the 'Great' in our title of 'Great Britain' but alas it has taken on board the rest of the world due to supposed 'lack of British Talent'.
You are right, it does make a mockery of the title and may even reduce the show to a shambles if all of the finalists speak another language or are here 'just for the beer and benefits', so to speak.
It just makes you think that 'British' may disappear from the English language forever!
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