Fans Predict Henry and Richard’s CATastrophic Feline Act Would Score Golden Buzzer with David on BGT Panel

Musicians Henry and Richard’s CATastrophic feline performance failed to impress judges and got red buzzers, but fans think they will receive a Golden Buzzer if David in the judged panel. On the second episode of Britain’s Got Talent, 67-year-old Henry Dagg and 60-year-old Richard Drey performed a unique act called “The Catastrophony.” They came to BGT with dreams. Before their audition, Richard mentioned, “If we win, well, I’ll build an extension to my house.” Henry stated, “Oh yes, we can all dream.”

Henry and Richard BGT 2024

Simon Cowell, Alesha Dixon, Bruno Tonioli, and Amanda Holden all pressed the red buzzer. Amanda Holden commented, “It’s an interesting act. That is why I was last to Buzz because I appreciated the uniqueness of it.” Alesha Dixon and Bruno Tonioli commented “no” for their performance, and finally, Simon Cowell commented, “I would have said yes.”

However, fans believe that if the former judge of Britain’s Got Talent, David Walliams, were on the judge’s panel, he would have said yes and understood it.  David Walliams was a judge on ITV’s Britain’s Got Talent for almost a decade (2012–2022). He won the Best Judge award at the National Television Awards. After some controversy in 2022, it was announced that he would be joining Australia’s Got Talent. 

A fan wrote in the YouTube video comments section, “David would have pressed the golden buzzer.” Another fan mentioned, “Where is David when you need him? Bring him back Simon, we need David; he would get it.” Some Other followers commented, “This act was funny though!” and “Iconic act should have won.”

David Walliams ( The Guardian –

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