'Britain’s Got Talent' Star Lost Voice Guy Injured After Nasty Fall
You might remember the disabled comedian, Lee Ridley, who wowed judges on Britain's Got Talent with his set of hilarious one-liners which were played through an iPad. And if you don't remember him, you definitely should.
Well, Lee - who dubbed himself as 'Lost Voice Guy' - fell over in his hotel room last night but the best bit is that he's going to soldier on through to the final - go on, LAD.
Thirty-seven-year-old Lee describes himself as 'a struggling stand-up comedian who always struggles to stand up' and we love him so when the news emerged that he had injured himself after tripping we were devastated. Not to mention, worried for this weekend's grand finale.
The Geordie took to Twitter to tell his fans about his mishap.
He wrote: "This is why Lost Balance Guy never made it onto BGT. Don't worry though, it was only a trip. I'll be match fit for the final on Sunday!"
Talking to The Sun about his fall, he added: "After such an amazing night in my semi final, I tripped over when I got back to my hotel on Monday night.
"Lost Voice Guy became Lost Balance Guy for a moment. Don't worry though, I'm feeling fine again now and am looking forward to the final.
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This is why Lost Balance Guy never made it onto #BGT. Don't worry though, it was only a trip. I'll be match fit for the final on Sunday! @BGT pic.twitter.com/SBSXCy02OF
- Lost Voice Guy (@LostVoiceGuy) May 30, 2018
"Thanks to everyone who made sure I was alright. I felt in very good hands."
Fans of the comedian have taken to social media to pass on their well wishes to Lee.
One said: "At least your voice won't be affected" which we're sure Lee will file under banter given his sense of humour.
Another added: "Turn it into a joke... tell them disability payments have been stopped so you thought you would try a where there is blame there is a claim on Simon and the BGT Team." If this happens we will certainly know where his content comes from.
A third commented: "Glad you can still smile. I expect your find a joke about your fall. As your that kind of guy who laughs at most situations. I thank you for that as it helps others to look on the bright side of life." (sic)
We just hope Lee makes a speedy recovery and can't wait to see him hit our screens again on Sunday.
One person who is sure not to be joining him is escapologist Matt Johnson who returned for another daredevil performance on the show but ended up gesturing to paramedics.
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