Britain’s Got Talent’s George Sampson strips topless and flashes his abs as he returns to the show 11 years after winning

Britain’s Got Talent’s George Sampson strips topless and flashes his abs as he returns to the show 11 years after winning

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BRITAIN’S Got Talent star George Sampson has stripped topless ahead of his return to the show 11 years after winning.

The dancer – who won the talent competition with a spectacular routine to Mint Royale’s remixed Singin’ in the Rain in 2008 – is pulling out all the stops to secure his way to the final on Britain’s Got Talent: The Champions on Saturday… including his abs.

George Sampson returns to Britain’s Got Talent eleven years after winning

George, 26, poses confidently in the sexy photoshoot, with the first photo showing him all oiled up with his hands clasped together so you can see his pecs.

The next photo, he’s wearing a black jacket unzipped and showing off his toned body underneath.

The third he has his hands out wide as he leans on a bookshelf, abs on display and his tracksuit bottoms pulled low.

Sampson found fame after winning the second series of Britain’s Got Talent at the age of 14, with 14million viewers watching his dance routine. It’s also been viewed on YouTube tens of millions of times.

He won the second series of the show with his dance routine
Now 26, he hopes to stun fans once again

He managed to beat boy soprano Andrew Johnston and dancer duo signature to the crown.

The dancer recently opened up to The Sun Online about what it was like rocketing to fame as a teenager.

While he was living the dream in lots of aspects, his family were forced to move house after crazed fans found out where he lived and harassed him at home.

They even smashed his bedroom window and shoved their underwear through his letter box.

He danced to Mint Royale’s remix to the classic song Dancin’ in the Rain

He told The Sun Online: “I had hundreds of people camping outside of my house. It was nuts. The girls were crazy. One was sleeping outside of the house even though it had been snowing.

“They got the floor plan of the flat and somehow managed to work out where my bedroom was.

“They waited until they knew I was alone and then put a stone inside a snowball and smashed my bedroom window.”

He added: “They knew I would come out and say something – I was only a teenager. I walked downstairs and asked them to stop and they just wanted a picture.”

The routine ends with a spectacular backflip in a pool of water
Ken McKay / Rex Features

Things got so bad that BGT bosses, scared for his safety, assigned him a bodyguard.

He was eventually dropped by SyCo at the age of 17, but he has since tried his hand at acting.

He appeared on Waterloo Road in 2011 and 2013 as a student named Kyle Stack. Then in 2016 he played troublesome Ryan in Emmerdale.

But he’ll be back dancing on stage this Saturday 21 September to compete in Britain’s Got Talent: The Champions.

The show was watched by 14million people
Ken McKay / Rex Features

The show pits the best of the best from previous series of the show against each other – not just in Britain but from across the globe.

He’s competing against reigning BGT champ Colin Thackery and fan-favourite Stavros Flatley.

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