BGT voting fury as fans demand judges are ‘sacked’ over Sirine Jahangir snub

Britain's Got Talent favourite Sirine Jahangir failed to make it through to the grand final last night and fans have now called for the ITV show's famous judges to be axed.

The 15-year-old singer, who is blind, impressed judges Alesha Dixon, Amanda Holden, David Walliams and Ashely Banjo, who is standing in for Simon Cowell, with her rendition of Carry You by Ruelle.

Sirine managed to make it into the judges' top three against magician Magical Bones and dance trope X1X Crew after wowing the panel with her emotional performance.

Things didn't go quite to plan for the musician after she bursted into tears towards the end of her song, leaving hosts Ant and Dec to check if everything with the singer.

Londoner Sirine received a standing ovation for her "magical" performance from all four judges, who showered her with compliments.

Despite breaking down during her time on stage,, viewers were convinced that she'd still make it through to the grand final.

After making a big decision, Alesha, David and Ashley all picked Magical Bones to go through to the final.

Head judge Amanda admitted that she would have picked Sirine to go through to the final stage of the competition but she was outvoted by her co-stars.

Angry BGT fans rushed to their keyboards to discuss the decision, with some viewers suggesting that BGT bosses should get rid of the judging panel.

Taking to Twitter, one ITV viewer penned: "Sirine should have gone straight to the final."

Another added: I honestly don't know what the judges were thinking! This is the third week in a row where they've made the wrong decision!"

While a third ranted: "Not happy with the BGT judges."

A fourth raged: "About time you got new judges! How did that magician win, his boring and c**p! Sign with us or Sirine should of gone through just proves the judges are useless."

Praising Sirine's performance, Amanda, 49, said: "Oh darling, I really felt for you at the end. That was just magical. Angelic and tender."

"I just feel like you've got something."

Diversity star Ashley added: ""Magical is the right word. Something you did with your voice and piano is something hardly any performers can do. I was transported."

Alesha agreed: "It's one of those moments that takes your breath away."

Britain's Got Talent airs Saturdays at 8pm on ITV

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