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Simon Cowell shocked by 'Queen's' Britain's Got Talent performance - watch the video

by Emmy Griffiths

Have you ever wondered how the Queen dances?! This Britain's Got Talent impersonator took the stage as Her Majesty, and showed off some serious dance moves while performing to I Like the Way You Move. Hinting that the Queen of England really had taken to the stage, the judges looked astounded as the woman, in a red suit that would have been perfect for the monarch, took to the stage. David Walliams and Amanda Holden even respectfully stand up for the woman, with Amanda saying: "Hello ma'am. Good luck your Majesty."

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'The Queen' then began to show off her moves to the delight of the audience, and even tried to do the robot! The hit reality competition has returned to our screens with a bang this year after Simon Cowell surprised viewers (and his fellow judges!) by pressing the golden buzzer to ensure 15-year-old Sarah Ikumu got straight through to the semi-finals following her incredible rendition of the Dreamgirls hit song And I Am Telling You I'm Not Going.

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Opening up about working with Ant and Dec once more for the latest series, Simon revealed that the pair were "thrilled" to have received OBEs. "Oh God, I'm happy for them, even though the rest of us don't have one," he joked. "I've worked out that they are something like 77th-in-line to be the next Kings of this country. They've worked hard for this so they do deserve it, to be fair… Smug? If they had tails they would be wagging them every day, all day! They are thrilled, I would be as well." David joked that he thought Simon also wanted to honour, saying: "Simon definitely thinks he should have a knighthood! I don’t know why, I don’t know what he thinks he's done. Maybe by just being famous for long enough."

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