Britain's Got Talent 2020: Papi Flex unmasked on Spain's Got Talent

Britain’s Got Talent 2020 is back and there’s one act, in particular, that is not shy of the spotlight.

The return of the ITV show tonight will see a wonderful mix of talents appear on the stage, from singers and dancers to magicians and comedians.

But it’s 26-year-old contortionist Papi Flexi from Belgium that leaves the judges in shock.

Papi appears on stage in a box, which is carried on when the studio lights go out.

And rather than introducing himself to judges Simon Cowell, Amanda Holden, Alesha Dixon or David Walliams he just gets on with his act instead.

David is so stunned he admits: ‘I almost threw up my lasagne’.

And believe it or not, it’s not the first time Papi has appeared on BGT, as he once made it to the semi-finals in Spain.

In a short clip, we get to see the contortionist in action and it’s safe to say the judging panel were left equally stunned by his impressive moves.

Dressed in white joggers, Papi starts his routine by tying his hands behind his back before moving to the floor.

And the question we are all wondering is, how on earth does he do it?

Other acts on Saturday night’s show include dance troops Nu Crew, from Glasgow, and X1X Crew from India will both try and impress the judges with their fast-paced, exciting routines, while Yakub, a 10-year-old dancer from Stratford Upon Avon, will be hoping to be put through with a dance inspired by The Lion King.

Viewers will also see father-son magic duo, James and Dylan Piper from South Wales as well as Steve Royle, a comedian from Manchester and Mr Cuddles, a Wannabe Super-Villain with a variety act with a difference.

Britain’s Got Talent airs tonight, Saturday 11 April, at 8pm on ITV 

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