Deadly Games shock judges with terrifying knife-throwing act on Britains Got Talent: The Champions

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Prepare yourself for Deadly Games (Picture: Rex; ITV)

Britains Got Talent: The Champions viewers can expect to be delighted, fascinated and terrified tonight by Deadly Games, a contortionist and knife-thrower double act.

Initially appearing on Americas Got Talent, Deadly Games consists of fiances Alfredo and Aleksandra, who are based in the US.

Alfredo appeared on the 11th series of AGT in 2016 with his then wife Anna, returning for The Champions series earlier this year where they were Heidi Klums Golden Buzzer act.

Sadly, after the series the married couple went their separate ways, with Polands Got Talent winner and contortionist Aleksandra replacing Anna in the act, which combines contortion, acrobatics, knife-throwing, whip-cracking and cross-bow. Gulp!

With Dec Donnelly preparing the audience for one of the most nail-biting acts weve ever had on the show, the crowds are treated to the sight of Alfredo throwing knives through Aleksandras contorted body, around her as she levitates in the air and onto a rotating frame circling her.



With all the judges recoiling in horror (as we are, watching from home), the Brazilian Alfredo then moves off the stage to the judges desk, where he shoots a cross bow at his fiance and bursts a balloon in her mouth.

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Look where that arrow landed, Amanda Holden tells her fellow judges, I mean that only just missed her.

As if this wasnt hard enough to watch (trust us, were peaking through our fingers at this point), Alfredo then stands on the judges desk, borrows Amandas phone, turns around and then uses the front camera to shoot the crossbow behind his back. Gag.

Watching the couple embrace at the end of the act – after enjoying a long, we didnt kill each other snog – the judges had nothing but good things to say about the act.

Its one of these acts, you cant stop watching it but you also dont want to watch it, David Walliams said, while Simon Cowell told the pair: In terms of this category, its the best act in the world we have ever, ever seen. High praise indeed!



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