Dec Donnelly looks terrified as he’s roped into dangerous Britain’s Got Talent stunt

The host was pulled on stage

Declan Donnelly will be dragged on stage to help with a death-defying magic trick in the latest episode of Britain’s Got Talent.

In a new preview of the show, Dec looked nervous as he stood at the side of the stage with co-host Ant McPartlin and watched The Brotherhood audition.

The stunt act wore creepy masks and brandished a huge sword, for what could be one of the most dangerous routines ever seen on the ITV show.

The Brotherhood wore scary masks and used a sword for their performance (Credit: ITV)

Ant and Dec, both 43, watched tentatively as one of The Brotherhood sliced through a watermelon with ease with the weapon.

“Welcome to our game of mystery with this sword,” they uttered in an eerie voice.

Dec certainly looked nervous when a member of The Brotherhood then beckoned him onto the stage to help with their trick.

Dec was worried… (Credit: ITV)

Passing the sword to an anxious-looking Dec, as Ant watched from the side lines, the masked performer said: “Dec, take this sword and place it upright under one of the boxes. We cannot see which box you choose.”

Putting the pressure on poor Dec, they added: “Our life is in your hands.”

Dec was terrified about what he was asked to do (Credit: ITV)

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As Dec took the giant knife he was visibly concerned and mouthed: “Me?”

Four boxes could be seen behind them on stage and Dec had to pick which one would seal the fate of the act.

The big decision was handed to Dec (Credit: ITV)

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Tune in to tomorrow’s show to find out what happened!

Britain’s Got Talent continues on Saturday on ITV.

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