Britain’s Got Talent fans spot one act has already had TV fame

Britain's Got Talent fans pointed out that one contestant, Doctor Dance, had already had a shot at fame.

The star, real name Peter Lovatt, appeared on the show and gave a performance which involved instructing the audience on how to improve their mood through the medium of dance.

However, some viewers at home were quick to recognise him from his previous TV appearances alongside Rylan Clark-Neal on Celebrity Big Brother's Bit On The Side.

" @Twitter watching BGT that's the same DR Dance off BBBBOTS correct? Big bro fans? #BGT #drdance #BBBOTS @bigbrotheruk ," one viewer wrote.

While another added : "I'm sure I've seen Dr Dance on Big Brothers Bit On The Side. Is that even allowed? It was a crap act then and it's a c**p act now #bgt ".

" #BGT Dr Dance or as I know him, the annoying c*** off Big Brothers Bit on the Side…Next," a third wrote.

Some fans were more pleased to see him make a return, however, with a fourth gleefully posting: "Omg yes Dr Dance!!!! @Rylan and @EmmaWillis look at him doing his thing #BGT ".

Despite some frustration, there is no rule suggesting that Lovatt's previous CBB gig should have prevented him appearing on the show.

Lovatt is a dance psychologist, and went on the show to share his knowledge "with the largest possible audience".

He used to appear on CBBBOTS in order to give dance commentaries about the housemates' antics.

"No one has ever given a lecture on Britain’s Got Talent before I thought the world was ready for an entertaining and groovy lecture," he said on his website, discussing why he auditioned.

While the doctor got to live out his dream of performing on stage at the London Palladium, he failed to impress Simon Cowell with his performance.

However, he still managed to walk away with three yeses and a place in the next round.

*Britain’s Got Talent continues Satudays at 8pm on ITV.

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