Britain’s Got Talent viewers realise dancers IMD Legion have been on show before – and got to live finals

BRITAIN'S Got Talent viewers did a double take when they realised one act was appearing for a second time on the ITV talent show.

Dance crew IMD Legion appeared on BGT's return over the weekend with a jaw-dropping performance.

The faction appeared on the semi-finals of Britain's Got Talent seven years ago, however, they didn't make it through to the finals after peaking in the semis.

The east London-based dance crew’s first appearance on Britain’s Got Talent was hailed as “the future” by Simon Cowell.

With more than 60 members in the company, it's unlikely that the same dancers appeared on the show over the weekend, especially considering the performers were children and young teenagers.

Choreographer Omar Ansah-Awuah appeared on the show ahead this year of the young dancers' performance to explain the group wanted another chance to go for the top prize.

Serving up all kinds of dazzling tricks and stunts, the dance troupe won high praises from the judges and a standing ovation from the live audience.

Much like in 2015, viewers at home also fell in love with the high energy performance.

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But some people were not keen on seeing an act get another crack.

"I thought they where great ….not to sure how I feel about the fact that they have been on the live shows before tho," complained one fan on Twitter.

Another moaned: "People complaining about professional singers on it but they have had professional dancers and musical theater actors on the show before."

But other fans were delighted to have the young dancers back on their tellies.

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"Welcome back IMD I remember them from 2015," wrote one fans.

And a second added: "Yesss!! IMD Legion are back."

BGT is also embroiled in a 'fix row' as fans slam the number of 'professional' acts who have appeared on the show so far.

On the debut show this weekend, pro singer Loren Allred was given the golden buzzer after wowing the judges with her singing voice.

Later revealed as the voice behind The Greatest Showman song Never Enough, the American-born singer went straight to the final thanks to her golden buzzer from Amanda Holden.

Fans furiously took to social media to complain it was "unfair" and dub the show "a fix" as Loren, 32, sailed through.

They also complained when the second golden buzzer went to comedian Axel Blake.

His sharp observational comedy earned him the prestigious Golden Buzzer, but has previously presented on SBTV and UNILAD and gone viral with his comedy sketches.

The dad-of-two even has his own Amazon Prime show called Axel Blake: I'm Not Gonna Lie which he recorded at the Indig02 in London.

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