Britain’s Got Talent fans insist they’ve ‘worked out’ who is behind Noodle the cat act – and it’s a previous show star | The Sun

BRITAIN'S Got Talent fans have insisted that they’ve ‘worked out’ who is behind the Noodle the cat act.

Many viewers of the ITV show think that it's someone that has previously been on the programme.

On the latest episode of Britain's Got Talent, Noodle the CGI cat graced the stage to show off their voice in front of the judges Amanda Holden, Simon Cowell, Alesha Dixon and Bruno Tonioli.

The cat performed Michael Bublé's hit track Feeling Good- and ended up getting four yeses, as well as a standing ovation.

While many have been left scratching their heads over who the cat is, a handful of fans took to the show's official YouTube channel account to share their prediction.

One said: "If I’m not mistaken The singer who hides behind noodle is actually called Michael Dos Santos. He participated in "France’s Got Talent" in 2016 with his true identity and he participated again last year with noodle and to reveal that it was he who was hiding behind this cat in the semi-final."

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Another pointed out: "Last year, in France's got Talent, this cat has appeared, with the name "Nouille" (a french translation of Noodle). The guy was revealed in the semi-finals of the show (where he gets to the finale), and it was Michael Dos Santos, a famous singer of the show."

"I have seen him in la france got talent and he is amazing," a third chimed in.

Some Britain's Got Talent viewers think that it is Mickaël Dos Santos, who appeared on France's Got Talent seven years ago.

But he's not the only person people think that Noodle could be – and some think that it HAS to be a famous musician playing tricks.

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One person wrote on Twitter: "Definitely a professional singer but who?"

Another shared: "I think it's Michael Buble trying to pull a fast one haha."

A third said: "So we've reached a new low!! A CGI cat with Adam Lambert's voice!!"

Meanwhile one audience member revealed the secret behind Noodle's performance.

After the clip made its way onto YouTube, one audience member revealed how Noodle was brought to life.

"I was in the audience for this audition. The cat was a screen projection. Clever how they put it on stage for the TV showing."

"Thankyou!! This was driving me mad trying to confirm if it was CGI or robot/puppet or some new tech," one viewer replied.

"Thanks for shedding some light to this… I quite couldn’t understand what was going on here. Lucky you being there!!" another said.

"The animation was high quality. I was having difficulty putting down if it was a puppeteer or some type of green screen or computer generated in editing. The singing was top notch and the cat voice was actually cleverly done as well," another mused.

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