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Fans Spot Dec's Awful Blunder With Lost Voice Guy On 'Britain's Got Talent'

Fans Spot Dec's Awful Blunder With Lost Voice Guy On 'Britain's Got Talent'

Last night Lost Voice Guy won Britain's Got Talent, earning his right to perform in front of the queen at the Royal Variety Performance.

The comedian (aka Lee Ridley), who suffers from cerebral palsy, wowed the judges and viewers from the start with his laugh-out-loud stand-up set, despite not being able to talk.

Dec Donnelly, however, seemingly forgot Lee couldn't talk and those watching the final were quick to spot the Geordie holding a mic to his mouth following his victory.

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People who spotted the blunder were quick to take to Twitter to voice their opinion on the matter. Some thought it was an insensitive move from Dec, while others simply saw it as an easy mistake to make.

Plenty of people pointed out that Lost Voice Guy would most likely see the funny side of it, given his self deprecating humour.

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Last night's final saw Lost Voice Guy, Robert White, Micky P Kerr, Giang Brothers, Jack and Tim, DVJ, Gruffydd Wyn Roberts, Donchez Dacres, The D-Day Darlings and Calum Courtney battle it out to be crowned the winning act.

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The final three were whittled down to Lost Voice Guy, Donchez Dacres and Robert White, but the comedian was the well-deserved winner in the end.

There has been praise for Dec, too, this year, as he was tasked with hosting the live shows without his pal Ant McPartin, who was arrested earlier this year.

The co-presenter's public battle with alcohol and drugs is now well documented, following his drink driving crash, though Dec is seemingly yet to let it affect his work.

Featured Image Credit: ITV/Twitter

Topics: Britain's Got Talent

Jess Hardiman

Jess is a journalist at LADbible who graduated from Manchester University with a degree in Film Studies, English Language and Linguistics - indecisiveness at its finest, right there. She also works for FOODbible and its sister page Seitanists, which are both a safe haven for her to channel a love for homemade pasta, fennel and everything else in between. You can contact Jess at [email protected]