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Simon Cowell?s Britain?s Got Talent came to an egg-citing conclusion on Saturday night.

The ITV show was won by Hungarian shadow dance troupe Attraction, but it was during the performance of third place Welsh singing brothers Richard and Adam Johnson that a woman raced on stage and started pelting judges Cowell, Amanda Holden, Alesha Dixon and David Walliams with eggs.

It later came to light that the woman was Natalie Holt, a member of the Johnsons? backing group.

She was summarily pulled off stage and an ITV spokesperson later told Digital Spy, ?As a result of her misguided actions the police were called.

However, we have decided to take no further action at this stage.? Holt later apologized, but then told The Telegraph: ?I basically took a stand against people miming on television and against Simon and his dreadful influence on the music industry.?

Ratings for the live final peaked at 13.1M for a 57% share and had an average rating of 11.1M viewers from 7:30-10 PM.

Here?s video of the incident; the pelting starts at the 1:49 mark:

http://tv.yahoo.com/...-100734795.html

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Props to Natalie!!! Go girl :)

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Props to Natalie!!! Go girl :)

Funny thing is all this does is increase the number of people watching/rewatching it, and helps make cowell richer.

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Yes, I know i just watched the rerun about 2 seconds ago, but would never have watched any of that if it wasnt fo the OP lol....

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They should just make her clean it up. That'll be enough punishment after it's all dried over all the equipment...

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They should just make her clean it up. That'll be enough punishment after it's all dried over all the equipment...

With her tongue ! :p

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With her tongue ! :p

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Good. I severely dislike all these faux talent shoowes. Two reasons: people with genuine talent rarely show up (when they do, they fail for not putting on a show) and (and due to that) critics (a despicable folk in and of itself) mostly come about as arrogant fscks. Boo.

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Funny thing is all this does is increase the number of people watching/rewatching it, and helps make cowell richer.

Exactly. In show business any publicity is good publicity.

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A shame Justin Bieber wasn't standing beside Simon. :shifty:

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People can hate X-Factor all they want, they can hate on Cowell, the fact that some feel there's no real talent here whatsoever. Doesn't matter - these shows are clearly not for you. You care about them and are talking about them, they don't even recognise your existence.

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A shame Justin Bieber wasn't standing beside Simon. :shifty:

And a shame that someone wasn't shooting a bazooka at them both. :D

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People can hate X-Factor all they want, they can hate on Cowell, the fact that some feel there's no real talent here whatsoever. Doesn't matter - these shows are clearly not for you. You care about them and are talking about them, they don't even recognise your existence.

 

You are from the UK, yet you say "hate on"?

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Highlight of the season, its turned into such a bore.

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