Fans of Britain’s Got Talent swoon over attractive duo who strip down to their boxers, leaving judge Bruno Tonioli visibly flustered.

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Britain’s Got Talent sent temperatures soaring during Saturday night’s show.

Episode six saw the Messoudi brothers from Australia step onto the stage to declare  they were jugglers.

Head judge Simon Cowell, 63, asked: ‘Do people like juggling?’ to which the older brother diplomatically answered: ‘We try to make them like it.’

As the upbeat music started playing, the brothers started to juggle and swap clothes.

The duo showed off their impressive skills as they stripped down to their underwear, then redressed – all whilst never dropping a juggling pin.

Fans of Britain’s Got Talent swoon over attractive duo who strip down to their boxers, leaving judge Bruno Tonioli visibly flustered.

Britain’s Got Talent judges got more than they bargained for on Saturday’s episode as they were left shocked by a group of raunchy striping jugglers

A pair of hunky men sent pulses racing in the London arena as they whipped off every inch of clothing - aside from a pair of tight-fitting Union Jack boxers

A pair of hunky men sent pulses racing in the London arena as they whipped off every inch of clothing – aside from a pair of tight-fitting Union Jack boxers

Things got so steamy that Bruno Tonioli, 67, could barely control his excitement as the two men flaunted their bulging biceps and rock-hard abs.

Reacting to the performance, Simon joked: ‘I’ve never seen Bruno so happy in my life.’ 

Quick to quip back, Bruno Tonioli admitted he enjoyed the striptease telling the brother: ‘You’re so easy on the eye. I actually didn’t look at whatever you were throwing about.’

After the act – who were awarded four yeses – had finished, Amanda Holden, 53, said: ‘I didn’t think I’d be that relieved for you to put your clothes back on. It was brilliant’ before cheekily adding: ‘I am going to give you a tip though, I feel like you should take your socks off.’

Alesha Dixon, 45, hailed it as ‘one of the most unique acts’ she had ever seen whilst Simon described it as ‘a brilliant audition, so much fun’.  

The judges weren’t the only one were impressed with the brothers raunchy antics. Fans of the show flocked to X to share their thoughts on the undiscovered talent. 

‘So do people like jugglers? Hell yes’… ‘The stripping jugglers on #bgt were fantastic, Not sure there’s much moving forward though.’

‘Those jugglers on #bgt were the best thing this year hope they win it’.

On Saturday night, the Messoudi brothers from Australia stepped onto the stage to declare they were jugglers

On Saturday night, the Messoudi brothers from Australia stepped onto the stage to declare they were jugglers

As the upbeat music started playing, the brothers started to juggle, strip off and swap clothes

As the upbeat music started playing, the brothers started to juggle, strip off and swap clothes

Amanda Holden could barely control her excitement as the two men flaunted their bulging biceps and rock-hard abs

Amanda Holden could barely control her excitement as the two men flaunted their bulging biceps and rock-hard abs

Art one point Amanda - who said she was 'relieved' their clothes went back on - looked to be shading her eyes from the raunchy show

Art one point Amanda – who said she was ‘relieved’ their clothes went back on – looked to be shading her eyes from the raunchy show

The duo showed off their impressive skills as they stripped down to their underwear, then redressed - all whilst never dropping a juggling pin

The duo showed off their impressive skills as they stripped down to their underwear, then redressed – all whilst never dropping a juggling pin

As the brothers juggled in their underwear, some of the judges jumped up and down in their seats over the striptease

As the brothers juggled in their underwear, some of the judges jumped up and down in their seats over the striptease

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Fans of the show who enjoyed the raunchy performance flocked to X to share their thoughts on the undiscovered talent

Fans of the show who enjoyed the raunchy performance flocked to X to share their thoughts on the undiscovered talent

Elsewhere in the show Bruno became emotional when dance troupe Phoenix Boys took to the stage.

‘Wow – well the jugglers are great!!! #britainsgottalent #bgt’   

‘Best act by a mile! #bgt #jugglers’…’Loved the jugglers #bgt’ 

The group, who are aged between eight and 19 performed an impressive routine full of flips, leaps and other intricate dance moves.

Former Strictly Come Dancing judge and choreographer Bruno quickly gave the routine a standing ovation before hitting the special Golden Buzzer for the second time this series.

The enthusiastic professional dancer and choreographer hit the buzzer so hard that it cracked. 

Elsewhere in the show Bruno became emotional when dance troupe Phoenix Boys took to the stage and pressed the Golden Buzzer for the second time this series

Elsewhere in the show Bruno became emotional when dance troupe Phoenix Boys took to the stage and pressed the Golden Buzzer for the second time this series

As he took to the stage an emotional Bruno praised the dance act saying that people don't know how hard some moves are but he could see the passion

As he took to the stage an emotional Bruno praised the dance act saying that people don’t know how hard some moves are but he could see the passion

The other judges appeared shocked by his move and that he had broken the rules by awarding his second Golden Buzzer of the series having previously awarded one to a teacher, Taryn Charles.

As he took to the stage, Bruno apologised for breaking the show rules with his second Golden Buzzer, and told the audience: ‘People don’t really know how hard it is to succeed as a dancer. The work that goes into it and the passion and literally you do it for nothing, you do it for love and I felt that.’

He added: ‘What really touches people is when you perform from your heart. It’s the truth of your performance, that’s really what remains in people’s minds and you touched me and I think you touched everyone here.’ 

It comes as the show has been hit by fix claims again with some viewers accusing the judges of being involved in magic trick – but Simon assured the audience they had no idea. 

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