Kerry Wilson had some support from Susan Boyle (Picture: Instagram/kerrywilsonmtb)
Susan Boyle made a rare public appearance over the weekend to cheer on one of this year’s Gladiators.
Kerry made it through to the quarter finals, and the dog walker from Dunfermline was joined by her family and friends for a special watch party last weekend.
They were joined by BGT royalty as Susan herself rocked up to join in the fun, and she posed with the contender for a beaming photo.
Kerry also shared a group shot of her loved ones eagerly watching in the pub, and she has been delighted by the support.
She wrote in the caption: ‘🔥 Quarter Finals Baby 🔥
The Britain’s Got Talent legend made a rare public appearance (Picture: Instagram/kerrywilsonmtb)
She was at a watch party for the Gladiators return (Picture: Instagram/kerrywilsonmtb)
‘What a night with the best family and friends at the ‘Watch Party’ 🤯🙌🏼 that was some show @bbcgladiators put on!!!!
‘I even had a celebrity guest wanting to come watch too 🥰 thanks for coming Susan ❤️ We enjoyed every minute of that episode!!#giveitbeans #gladiators #contender2024’
The original show was a huge hit in the 90s with contenders testing themselves against the hard hitting Gladiators.
Bradley Walsh and his son Barney are fronting the nostalgic revival, and Kerry has loved getting involved.
Kerry was delighted to have Susan’s support (Picture: BBC /Hungry Bear Media Ltd)
She recently said: ‘To be a contender on Gladiators is absolutely surreal from watching it when you were younger to actually going to be on it – it’s awesome.’
During the launch episode, Kerry admitted she didn’t actually even apply for the show herself, as her wife Amber put her name forward.
‘I am literally speechless,’ said said after beating fellow contender Tasha in the first round. ‘That was the most incredible thing I have ever done. Thank you guys so much.’
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