Britain’s Got Talent EXCLUSIVE: The race is on as the judges battle their way to auditions

The judges race to the auditions on tiny electric bikes in an hilarious on-screen battle, which is set to air on Saturday night’s Britain’s Got Talent.

In the first-look clip, Simon Cowell, Alesha Dixon and Amanda Holden all race around the corridors of the auditorium on children’s toy bikes.

The trio wind their way toward the stage as Simon remarks: ‘My god, these are fast… There really are no brakes.’

Rivalry: The judges race to the auditions on tiny electric bikes in an hilarious on-screen battle, which is set to air on Saturday night's Britain's Got Talent

Rivalry: The judges race to the auditions on tiny electric bikes in an hilarious on-screen battle, which is set to air on Saturday night's Britain's Got Talent

Rivalry: The judges race to the auditions on tiny electric bikes in an hilarious on-screen battle, which is set to air on Saturday night’s Britain’s Got Talent

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The girls let out raptures of laughter but David Walliams is nowhere to be seen.

Cutting back to check on his progress, David appears cramped into a plastic car still just metres away from the start line. 

Dec desperately tries to help him and eventually pushes him around the course.

Last place: Cutting back to check on his progress, David appears cramped into a plastic car still just metres away from the start line

Last place: Cutting back to check on his progress, David appears cramped into a plastic car still just metres away from the start line

Last place: Cutting back to check on his progress, David appears cramped into a plastic car still just metres away from the start line

Winner: In the meantime, Simon is presented with a large bouquet of flowers after taking top spot on the podium, closely followed by Alesha and Amanda

Winner: In the meantime, Simon is presented with a large bouquet of flowers after taking top spot on the podium, closely followed by Alesha and Amanda

Winner: In the meantime, Simon is presented with a large bouquet of flowers after taking top spot on the podium, closely followed by Alesha and Amanda

In the meantime, Simon is presented with a large bouquet of flowers after taking top spot on the podium, closely followed by Alesha and Amanda.   

The show later boasts a whole host of hopefuls including Souparnika Nair, dance troupe House of Swag and singing quartet Noise Next Door.

The clip comes after Britain’s Got Talent bosses are reportedly concerned the live shows will be unable to go ahead later this year due to lockdown restrictions.

Young talent: The show later boasts a whole host of hopefuls including adorable singing sensation Souparnika Nair

Young talent: The show later boasts a whole host of hopefuls including adorable singing sensation Souparnika Nair

Young talent: The show later boasts a whole host of hopefuls including adorable singing sensation Souparnika Nair

Sources have claimed producers are convinced the latter half of the series – originally planned for this autumn – will be cancelled, as many acts will be unable to take part due to lockdown restrictions.

It’s thought that acts such as Sign Along With Us and X1X Crew would be most at risk of taking part, along with the ongoing problem of performing without a live audience.

A source told The Mirror that bringing back an act such as Sign Along With Us may not be possible, as they would be unable to perform together due to social distancing rules. 

Undecided: It comes after BGT bosses are reportedly concerned the live shows will be unable to go ahead later this year due to lockdown restrictions (pictured Noise Next Door)

Undecided: It comes after BGT bosses are reportedly concerned the live shows will be unable to go ahead later this year due to lockdown restrictions (pictured Noise Next Door)

Undecided: It comes after BGT bosses are reportedly concerned the live shows will be unable to go ahead later this year due to lockdown restrictions (pictured Noise Next Door)

Insider: Sources have claimed producers are convinced the latter half of the series - originally planned for this autumn - will be cancelled (pictured House of Swag)

Insider: Sources have claimed producers are convinced the latter half of the series - originally planned for this autumn - will be cancelled (pictured House of Swag)

Insider: Sources have claimed producers are convinced the latter half of the series – originally planned for this autumn – will be cancelled (pictured House of Swag)

Bosses are also reportedly concerned for X1X Crew from India, as travel restrictions and quarantine measures may mean they cannot journey to the UK for the live shows.

The insider said: ‘The initial plan was that the final could be filmed this autumn, but that’s looking increasingly unlikely. We can’t imagine an audience of that size being allowed. 

‘Can we do it without an audience? Yes. But would we want to? No. And then there are the acts. We’re going to put all those people in that choir together? You’re going to fly over that dance troupe from India?

‘No, we don’t think that it’s going to happen. I’d say its chances were very slim.’

When contacted by MailOnline a representative for Britain’s Got Talent reiterated ITV’s plans for the live shows to air later this year.

Worries: A source told The Mirror that bringing back an act such as Sign Along With Us may not be possible, as they would be unable to perform together due to social distancing rules

Worries: A source told The Mirror that bringing back an act such as Sign Along With Us may not be possible, as they would be unable to perform together due to social distancing rules

Worries: A source told The Mirror that bringing back an act such as Sign Along With Us may not be possible, as they would be unable to perform together due to social distancing rules

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