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BGT audience in hysterics as a YOGA DOG dog WEES in judge’s shoes

David wasn't impressed at all!

Britain’s Got Talent was sent into a complete commotion when a dog WEED in David Walliams shoes and Ant’s dog did his business on stage.

We’ve seen our fair share of hilarious dog acts on the show but this one had the audience and judges in fits of laughter.

The show shared a tease clip for the upcoming series which featured a contestant showing off her dog’s yoga skills.

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Yep you read that right, a dog performing yoga.

The clip shows Simon Cowell, Amanda Holden, David Walliams and Ant and Dec get involved too, with their own adorable pooches.

But it looks like the dogs became a little overwhelmed as Ant’s dog weed on stage.

But the other dog clearly wanted to make more of a show.

Things got even more bizarre after the dog decided to shamelessly leave a puddle in David Walliams’ shoes.

The audience were in hysterics at the dogs’ antics as Alesha, who stayed on the judging panel, said: “I think that’s enough doga for one day.”

It’s definitely no secret that viewers love a dog act as Ashleigh and her dog Pudsey won the show in 2012.

This was followed by Jules O’Dwyer and her dog Matisse who became champions of the talent show in 2015.

This wasn’t the only time the show has been thrown into chaos while filming this year.

In February an audition went wrong and caused a flood in the studios.

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Matt was keen to impress judges by submerging himself in water and somehow break free.

But it didn’t quite work out for the performer when the container that the water was held in cracked and caused it to flood the stage.

The Daily Star reported that the show’s team had to evacuate the venue after worrying the water could be a potential hazard and could have easily become dangerous.

Thankfully there was no serious damage done and the show carried on as normal.

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