Hungarians are well known for their ability to put on a good show. This is partly due to their exceptional artistic abilities and talents. No wonder that this year, in 2022, a young group of Hungarian performers managed to enamour the judging panel of Britain’s Got Talent! Read on to find out more about their spectacular performance!
The shadow theatre group “Attraction Juniors” had the chance to perform in the 2022 Britain’s Got Talent TV show. The judging panel consists of Simon Cowell, David Williams, Alesha Dixon, and Amanda Holden. The star-studded panel was shocked to learn that “Attraction Juniors” is the up-and-coming junior division of the 2013 BGT winners, “Attraction.” Metro reports that Amanda Holden let out a huge gasp upon seeing the performers. It was not only Holden who was shocked but the audience as well. The juniors quickly got the crowd fired up.
Simon Cowell said – “The Attraction Juniors… That is amazing.” – upon laying eyes on the performers.
The leader of the Attraction Juniors troupe, Martin shared some interesting fun facts with the viewers. His father, Zoltán Szűcs, was waiting backstage. Zoltán Szűcs was indeed the leader of the 2013 winning performance, Attraction. Szűcs was reportedly quite nervous, hoping that the junior troupe would be able to impress the judging panel. Martin also adds – “My father created Attraction, the one who performed here years ago, in 2013. I can say that I learned from the best. My father taught me everything I know. ” reports Digital Spy.
Simon Cowell jokingly asked whether Attraction Juniors was better than the previous team. Martin’s response was: “Yes, we are better.”
The group performed an all-out number about the dangers of bullying, quite an important message these days. An increasing number of young people become victims of bullying. Amanda Holden was in tears by the end of the performance. Cowell made an interesting remark, likening the juniors to the Von Trapp family from the movie The Sound of Music. The troupe was making shapes and silhouettes with their bodies. Their spectacular finish was a great statement.
The message “Be Kind” was spelt out by the performers using only their bodies’ shadows.