BRITAIN’S Got Talent: The Champions kicked off last Saturday (August 31) with TWO acts advancing straight to the final.
And this weekend two more acts will be joining them at the final – but which two contestants made it through last week? Find out below…
It was all about the overseas acts in week one of Britain’s Got Talent: The Champions, with Kseniya Simonova nabbing the Golden Buzzer, courtesy of Amanda Holden.
The former winner of Ukraine’s Got Talent put on an incredible show, dedicated to the sick children she works in a moving sand art performance.
After Amanda pressed the Golden Buzzer for Kseniya, the mother-of-two said that talent comes in all shapes and sizes – even with the simple use of sand.
“Your sort of quiet skill requires no language, no nothing,” she shared.
“This is the champion of champions, with all nationalities, we’re going across the world. Your performance, nothing needed explaining, you did it all with just sand.”
Simon Cowell admitted he would have pressed the Golden Buzzer after being moved by Kseniya’s touching performance.
Bello and Annaliese Nock
Bello and Annaliese Nock spun around on The Wheel of Death and straight into the final with their electrifying and daring act.
Their mixture of humour and danger were a big hit with fans of the show.
The two originally appeared on America’s Got Talent, so Simon would have already been familiar with their work prior to seeing their shock performance on stage.
While Bello and Annaliese didn’t get the Golden Buzzer, they were placed in the top three along with two other BGT veterans – Boogie Storm and Ashleigh and Sully.
But the American father and daughter act got the nod in the superfan vote.
Fans must already be wondering how they are going to top their first performance.
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When is Britain’s Got Talent: The Champions on TV?
Britain’s Got Talent will continue THIS SATURDAY (September 7) while the series will run for a total of six weeks.
With this in mind, the show is likely to end on October 5, 2019.
We know that the final was taped at Wembley Arena at the end of July.
Embarrassingly, the act who won the contest showed off their trophy outside the arena.
And while we won’t spoil it for you, if you do care to know who’s won the show, a simple Twitter search will bring up the answer in no time.