Britain’s Got Talent: Who is Noodle the Cat, how his identity was revealed

The comic cat attracted attention because it used CGI to create a truly unique nude.

Until now, however, the exact identity behind the cat was unknown and many speculated as to who it might be.

Noodle the Cat took the stage on Thursday to sing the Guns N’ Roses hit song “Live And Let Die.”

The identity was hinted at and hinted at ahead of the ITV appearance in a video showing Noodle looking for a voice.

After the stunning performance, the identity was revealed to fans and a panel of judges consisting of Simon Cowell, Alesha Dixon, Amanda Holden and Bruno Tonioli.

Who is the voice behind Noodle the Cat whose identity was revealed in the BGT semifinals?

The identity behind the singing cat turned out to be none other than former BGT competitor Tom Ball, who competed in the 2022 season and finished third.

When he revealed himself, the judges were quick to note that neither they nor Ant and Dec knew of the mix-up.

BGT’s Amanda Holden even made comments about Tom’s “sexy glow-up” as he seemed unrecognizable to many.

BGT viewers react as Noodle the Cat is revealed to be Tom Ball

Britain’s Got Talent viewers took to social media to speak out about their shock at the revelation. One user wrote: “Omg Tom Ball I thought he looked familiar I wanted him to win last year he looks and sounds so good.”

Another said: “Omg Noodle is Tom Ball… He sounds and looks AWESOME!! #Bgt #BritainsGotTalent.”

One added: “Didn’t expect that! Noodle…amazing.”

Others, however, were more critical of his looks, claiming that he may have lost a spot on an act that really needed a nudge.

One user said, “Coming back and biting someone else’s cherry obviously hasn’t changed your life enough.”

BGT continues on Friday (May 2) from 8pm on ITV1 and ITVX. Britain’s Got Talent: Who is Noodle the Cat, how his identity was revealed

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