Knife thrower gets to the point

A BRITAIN'S Got Talent judge is given a close shave with a flying blade in tonight's show.

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Knife thrower Edward Pinder, 11, from Uppingham, works on his act with his mother but soon changes target when he gets on stage leaving the judges open-mouthed and Cowell saying: "I kind of felt my life going in front of me then."

Amanda Holden, above, tells him: "You nearly killed Simon Cowell."

Classical violinist Lettice Rowbotham, 24, also takes to the stage, as well as a singer and a circus performer.

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