He’s only been a Britain’s Got Talent judge for a short while, but Bruno Tonioli is already causing chaos. He left the audience in Manchester gobsmacked at the recent live auditions with a stunt. The former Strictly Come Dancing judge was given a crossbow to fire at Simon Cowell, but he and the crowd were taken aback after Simon pretended to be taken down and hurt by the arrow.
The stunt came following an act who had been performing a routine that involved shooting balloons off someone’s head without hurting them.
When Simon and Bruno appeared on the stage, the audience assumed they were going to have a go at the same stunt.
Bruno was selected to fire the weapon and was blindfolded.
However, Simon decided to play a trick on the former Strictly Come Dancing judge.
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Laura Sugden, who was wounded in a crossbow attack that killed her partner, branded the stunt “disrespectful”.
In January 2018 her partner Shane Gilmer, 30, was fatally injured by a crossbow brandished by their next-door neighbour Anthony Lawrence, 55.
He blamed the couple for his eviction from his home after they complained to his landlord and police about loud music and the smell of cannabis seeping into her asthmatic daughter’s bedroom.
He broke into their home via the loft and lay in wait for the couple to return home before attacking them.