“Britain’s Got Talent” officials have ramped up security amid fears of a possible ISIS terror attack.
This comes after eight Islamists from Syria entered Sweden in April plotting an attack on the Eurovision song contest.
Express.co reported, via VladTepes:
BRITAIN’S Got Talent bosses are have ramped up security amid fears Islamic State jihadists will target the hit series this week.
Sources last night revealed they are “desperate” to keep the judges, acts and audience safe from possible ISIS plots.
Airport-style security measures have been introduced at Fountain Studios in London, where the live shows are filmed.
Five semi-final heats will be broadcast between tonight and Thursday, while the final takes places next Saturday.
The move comes after it emerged ISIS – also known as Daesh – plotted an attack on last weekend’s Eurovision Song Contest.
Security sources said eight West-hating fanatics entered Sweden last month after fighting for the group in Syria.
One of the gang reportedly had close links to ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, one of the world’s most wanted men.
The terrorists in Sweden came from Syria but the media does not report if they came in as refugees or not.
You’d think that would be an important point.