BRITAIN’S Got Talent has played host to many iconic acts hoping they have what it takes to be crowned the champion of champions.
Here, we take a look at some of the most memorable comedians on the talent show as BGT: The Champions plays out on screens.
Lost Voice Guy
The most successful comedian on Britain’s Got Talent is by far Lost Voice Guy, who won the show in 2018.
Real name Lee Ridley, the comedian beat 10 other acts to scoop the top prize of £250,000.
His comedy routine, that sees him speak through a voice synthesizer on a tablet, wowed the judges – and got the audience lolling in the aisles.
He laughs at his own disability and lack of speech.
In 2018 as the winner of BGT he got to perform in front of the royal family at The Royal Variety Performance.
He also performed at the Edinburgh Festival in 2018.
In 2019 he’s taking his I’m Only In It For The Parking tour around the UK.
He also published a book of the same name.
And he’s also taking part in Britain’s Got Talent: The Champions.
You can buy tickets for his tour on Ticketmaster.
Music teacher Robert White, 42, was runner-up in 2018 to Lost Voice Guy.
The comedy musician, who has Asperger’s syndrome, was a big hit as he poked fun at the judges in his audition.
He won the public vote in his semi-final, which saw him sail into the final, where he came second overall.
He said he was going back into teaching but since BGT the tank top wearer has performed at the Edinburgh Fringe, and he’s on tour until December 2019.
In December 2019 you can see him in panto as he takes to the boards in Aladdin in Broxbourne, Hertfordshire.
The 39-year-old comedian from Malawi competed in the 11th series of Britain’s Got Talent in 2017.
Daliso won over millions of fans with his cutting remarks about living as an African in Britain.
He impressed so much, he earned the prestigious Golden Buzzer from Amanda Holden, which sent him straight into the semi-finals.
Daliso finished the competition in third place and since then he has gone on to have great success, with his new BBC Radio 4 show Daliso Chaponda: Citizen of Nowhere.
In February 2018, Daliso began his first headlining world tour.
And he’s still touring now with his Blah Blah Blacklist show, which finishes in March 2020.
You can buy tickets at See Tickets and Ticketmaster.
Jack first came to fellow comedian Jason Manford‘s attention when he was just 12 and went on to open for the star at his show in Bradford.
The 20-year-old appeared on the seventh series of Britain’s Got Talent in 2013 and had the judges in stitches with his string of gags about his own cerebral palsy.
Jack ended up finishing the show runner-up to Hungarian shadow-theatre group Attraction and won a Pride of Britain award in 2012.
Since the show, Jack has had roles as an actor, appearing in the British sitcom Trollied.
Jon made a huge impression on the eighth series of Britain’s Got Talent in 2014.
The 49-year-old set the audiences alight with his impressions of celebrities, most notably Simon Cowell and Ant and Dec.
Jon made it through to the semi-finals and finished in seventh place overall but later returned in 2016 as part of the 10th-anniversary performance that celebrated the show’s best acts.
Since his time on the show, he has voiced various characters in the ITV series Newzoids.
He’s also had roles in panto, taking on the role of Mr Smee in Richmond in December 2018.
Toju Okorodudu had found minor fame as one of the stars of Channel 4 prank show Balls of Steel before entering Britain’s Got Talent.
The 44-year-old’s winning routine impressed Ant and Dec so much he became the first ever Golden Buzzer act back in 2014.
Although this sent him straight to the semi-finals he made it no further, crashing out in the public vote.
It’s unclear what Toju has been up to since the show.
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English singer and comedian Lorraine Bowen appeared on the ninth series of Britain’s Got Talent in 2015.
David Walliams used his Golden Buzzer pick to send the quirky 57-year-old straight into the live semi-finals after she performed her own tune The Crumble Song.
Unfortunately, she just missed out on the final, finishing fourth in the semis.
Lorraine is still going strong and she’s scheduled to take her own brand of comedy music on tour throughout 2018.