FIX rumours have been fuelled by someone claiming to be the Britain's Got Talent Witch and their cryptic response to a viewer.
It came as a fan of the ITV show went on Twitter to claim judges were told what to say during the performance.
The viewer questioned: "Alesha instructed beforehand to ask “which hand?” so that the witch could say either Amanda’s or their own depending on whether Simon chose the left or right hand #BGT".
The comment referred to the moment a red apple Amanda Holden had in her hand exploded into a collection of cockroaches and mealworms.
Amanda was holding an apple in each hand when the Witch told Simon Cowell to choose left or right.
Simon replied 'Right', before Alesha Dixon was heard querying: "Whose right though?"
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To which the act answered: "My Right", meaning Amanda took a bite out of the apple in her left hand – and not the cockroach-infested fruit in her own right hand.
An account claiming to be the Witch used a cryptic 'shushing face' emoji to respond to the fan's tweet.
But while it appeared to be the Witch commenting on the tweet, it was a fake account posing as the terrifying act.
There has already been much debate over who the person behind the Witch
Several believe the character is a big return to the show for Marc Spelmann, who was behind the 'X' character in 2019.
Some claim it could be Amanda's old friend Keith Lemon in one of his disguises.
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While TV presenter Stephen Mulhern's name has also popped up.
A BGT spokesperson commented: "This is not a Tweet response from The Witch who appeared on BGT. Alesha wasn't told to ask which hand ahead of the act.
"This is merely a Tweet from somebody unrelated to the act. They have 36 followers, following one person and it's not The Witch's official Twitter account."
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