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WATCH: Holly Willoughby and Emma Willis lead stars dancing to Britain's Got More Talent rap

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Holly Willoughby, Emma Willis and Susanna Reid were just some of the famous faces who lent their star power to the new trailer of Britain's Got More Talent. In the three-minute clip, TV host Stephen Mulhern is seen visiting a selection of TV shows, from This Morning to Good Morning Britain, asking celebrities to help him find BGMT's one viewer who has gone missing. Even Stephen doesn't want to start the show's spin-off with zero viewers!

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He devises a rap, Got To Find The One Viewer, and hops from one ITV studio to another. With no time to waste, Stephen rallies a host of ITV stars to help him in his search. As the chorus builds, This Morning's Holly and Phil are seen dancing and jumping around to the song. Stephen also pays a visit to Piers Morgan and Susanna Reid on Good Morning Britain, before enlisting the cast of Emmerdale and Coronation Street.

Stephen also checks in with Britain's Got Talent judges Simon Cowell, David Walliams, Alesha Dixon and Amanda Holden, as well as Emma Willis, Keith Lemon and Jason Manford. Watch the video to see how it ends!

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Piers Morgan and Susanna Reid also got involved

Britain's Got Talent and its spin-off Britain's Got More Talent returns to screens next weekend on Saturday 15 April at 8pm. The four judges will reprise their roles, while Ant and Dec will host. The filming of the upcoming show hasn't been without its share of drama, as it was revealed that Simon leapt on stage to help a singer named Luke who had collapsed during his audition.

In February an audience member told The Sun: "His granddad died that day and combined with the stress of auditions, it really got to him. It was incredibly scary. Luke was singing with his mum and suddenly he just fell. All of the judges jumped to their feet, and Simon rushed on stage." The music mogul then thanked the audience for "being compassionate" as they got help for the contestant.

Britain's Got More Talent returns Saturday 15th April at 9.25pm on ITV2, straight after Britain's Got Talent on ITV.

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