He put the stage on fire!
Where there’s a Cypriot theres a party, well thats what happened when “Pampos” from Cyprus got on the Britains got Talent stage.
The most chaotic audition audition in Britain’s Got Talent history ended with the stage being set on fire.
The terrified judges were attacked with flying plates after the Greek Cypriot invited them to smash the cutlery.
Bambas, 65, performed various acts such as playing his Bouzouki and balancing glasses on his head whilst they were set alight.
The ice cream man delighted the audience with his bizarre routine, which started with him smashing a plate against his own head.
But there was nearly a disaster when Dec Donnelly got in on the plate smashing act and launched one straight at the judges.
The judges were walking on stage to get more plates to throw when Dec chucked one in the direction of Alesha Dixon.
She screamed as the plate broke into lots of pieces just inches away from where she was standing.
Not wanting to miss out on the action, Ant McPartlin then threw a plate on the stage towards the judges.
The drama wasn’t over yet as Bambas’ son George came on stage midway through the routine to put glasses with burning tissue on his head.
Bambas used all his skill to keep the tower of glasses balanced before eventually letting them drop to the floor to end the routine.
“The stage is on fire,” shouted terrified Dec, who feared a disaster.
“Oh my god,” screamed Ant, before his co-host rushed over to put the flames out with a mug of water.
Bambas was a hit with the judges and managed to obtain four precious ‘yeses’.
As he walked off stage, cheeky Dec said: “You’ve made a right mess of this place haven’t you.”
Pampos proved that its not only Eleni Foureira who can put a stage on fire but all Cypriots can!
Here is the video from his unbelievable performance:
source: Irish Mirror