Britain's Got Talent's The Noise Next Door 'already have history with the show'
Britain's Got Talent act The Noise Next Door reportedly already had history with the show before their audition aired on Saturday.
The group reportedly penned an opening song for spin-off series More Talent in 2014, though at the time they were made up of different members.
The Noise Next Door impressed the judges with their audition consisting of an improvised song based around show hosts Ant McPartlin and Declan Donnelly.
According to The Sun, the group originally worked on the song for More Talent six years earlier, before the spin-off show was axed last year.
They took to the stage determined to wow the judges with an improvised performance, explaining they were no stranger to the gigging circuit.
Speaking on the show they said: 'We've done Live at The Palladium on ITV. We've done the Edinburgh Festival several times and headline the Comedy Store regularly, but nothing is as big as Britain's Got Talent.
'We may have had some success in comedy clubs but nothing of this scale. Britain's Got Talent viewers aren't necessarily comedy club goers and this gives us a chance to bring what we do to a much bigger audience.
'Also, improv comedy over here isn't as big as in the States and we really want to champion that in the UK.'
MailOnline has contacted representatives for Britain's Got Talent for comment.
During their audition, The Noise Next Door took to the stage asking the audience and judges to help with suggestions for song ...
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