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Britain's Got Talent viewers issue fresh 'fix' accusations and threaten to call Ofcom after three acts from Japan audition: 'Why don't we just change the name to The World's Got Talent?'

Disgruntled fans admitted that they believed the show should be for British people because of its name and wanted to take the issue to the UK TV regulator.

Viewers were less than impressed when show judge Simon Cowell gave his Gold Buzzer away to Cyberagent Legit, a professional Japanese dancing act. The group, made up of four beatboxing artists - Kohey, So-So, Rusy and Kaji - earned themselves a standing ovation after a brilliant performance which saw them recreate Ghost Buster's theme tune. The talented four, who are aged between 21 and 24, not only had the audience on their feet but they also charmed judges Simon Cowell , Alesha Dixon , Amanda Holden and Bruno Tonioli as they gave much applause to the group

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