Britain’s Got Talent judges left terrified by ‘creepy’ dance act The Coven – The Sun

THE Britain's Got Talent judges were left terrified by a creepy dance act called The Coven on Saturday's show.

The group put on a very sinister performance and came together as a gang of zombies to try and wow the judges with their audition.

During the terrifying performance, Simon Cowell, 60, looked absolutely terrified as the group showcased their strange and eerie dance moves.

Fellow judge Amanda Holden, 49, was pictured mouthing "wow" as she witnessed the spine-chilling performance along with fellow judges Alesha Dixon, 41,  and David Walliams, 48.

The dancers donned white gowns and had fake blood splatters across their faces – which were also painted with scary make-up.

The group made their presence felt straightaway as they marched on stage holding flame torches as the crowd and judges watched on, eager to see what they would do next.

The performance looked like something straight out of a horror movie and one of the dancers even made a beeline for Amanda.

Fans absolutely loved it, as they took to Twitter to heap praise on the dance troupe.

One fan said: "#TheCoven: I wanted something spooky and I got something even better. Loved it."

Another fan was worried if her kids would be able to sleep after watching the performance, as she tweeted: "Now My kids are discussing if they were scared after watching #TheCoven no sleeping tonight."

Another spooked viewer wrote: "What the he’ll the coven freaked me out.. what the actual F?! The fact they stayed in character too!"

An excited fan added: "Love it!!! Creepy yet amazing lol"

The Coven weren't the only terrifying act on Saturday's show as magician Kevin Quantum had a brush with death when his terrifying fire stunt went wrong.

The contestant attempted to walk through a giant harmonic pendulum of fiery cannonballs with a bag over his head so he couldn't see where the weights were flying.

While Kevin made it safely through the fiery canon balls in the end, he revealed afterwards to the judges that the heavy metal pendulum balls came out of sync, increasing the likelihood of hitting him.

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