BRITAIN’S Got Talent: The Champions will air its last round of heats THIS WEEKEND, before the grand finale show.
Already a total of eight acts have made it through to the final but another batch of contestants will be battling out this week. Here is the full line-up.
Week five of Britain’s Got Talent: The Champions will see the return of a couple home favourites, as well as a bevy of international acts.
Here is a list of the competitors, competing in the final round of the heats in hopes of making it to the final:
DM-X is a dance troupe, which competed on Pilipinas Got Talent and were confirmed for Britain’s Got Talent: The Champions in August 2019.
On the official Facebook page the group was described as the “fiercest”, which was followed by a video of them performing an energetic dance routine.
Collabro appeared on Britain’s Got Talent in 2014 and at the time the group had only been together one month when they decided to audition as they ‘had nothing to lose.’
They received a standing ovation from the judges after their performance of Stars from Les Misérables.
After, Simon Cowell declared that “Britain has really got talent,” the group got a unanimous four yeses.
Collabro sailed through the semi-finals, winning over 62.3% of the public vote for their performance of Bring Him Home.
During the live final on June 7, Collabro won the competition after garnering 26.5% of the public vote.
In 2016, Richard famously left the band after the claims of a feud with band mates Jamie Lambert Matthew Pagan, Michael Auger and Thomas J.Redgrave
Daliso Chaponda is a 39-year-old stand-up comedian from Manchester and is originally from Malawi.
The funny man had the audience in stitches on Britain’s Got Talent 2017, with Amanda awarding him the prestigious golden buzzer.
During the semi-final stage he beat off stiff competition from Jamie Lee Harrison and Lords of Strut to secure a place in the final.
Alexandr ‘Alex’ Magala
The sword swallower and acrobat appeared on season eight of America’s Got Talent but he was eliminated in the quarterfinals.
He then returned for America’s Got Talent: The Champions, however, he was eliminated in the preliminaries.
Alex, who is from Moldovan, is also an experienced aerialist and pole dancer.
Twist and Pulse
Twist and Pulse are a dance duo from London who came runners-up in the fourth series of BGT in 2010.
The act is comprised of Ashley Glazebrook aka Twist and Glen Murphy aka Pulse.
Since losing out to Spelbound in the final, the dance duo have gone on to appear on a host of TV shows including Let’s Dance for Comic Relief and Celebrity Juice to name a few.
Gennady Thackeno is a vocalist who has competed on both the Georgian and Ukrainian versions of Got Talent.
Much of his performances consist of him making nature sounds like birds chirping, flying and water sounds with his mouth.
While a contestant on JayGT: Fantasy Island Gennady received the Golden Buzzer from guest judge Usagi, sending him straight through to the quarterfinals.
Ben came third in the 13th series of Britain’s Got Talent in 2019.
He first auditioned for Britain’s Got Talent on May 11, 2019 where he wowed the judges with his disappearing act and got four yeses from the judges.
He stormed his way through the semi-final and received the most public votes, winning him a place in the grand final on June 2, 2019.
In 2014 Ben wrote and starred in Killer Magic on BBC Three which was awarded Best Non-Competitive Reality Show at the National Reality Television Awards.
Then in 2016, Ben starred in Ben Hart’s Life Hacks also on BBC Three, the first episode of which was directed by Matt Edmondson
He also had a regular slot on BBC One show Now You See It which was hosted by Mel Giedroyc.
The comedian performed on America’s Got Talent in 2018 and transformed the finale into a swimsuit contest.
She has performed stand-up for 20 years and wowed judges – Simon Cowell, Heidi Klum, Mel B, Howie Mandel – with her act in September, 2018.
Vicki began comedy after stumbling across an ad for a stand-up class, which she attended.
Bars and Melody
Leondre Devries, 18, and Charlie Lenehan, 20, formed in 2014 but grew in popularity when they appeared on Britain’s Got Talent in 2014.
The song ‘Hopeful’, which they performed on the show went on to be the band’s first chart success, peaking at number four in the UK singe chart.
Since the release of that single Bars and Melody have produced two album titled ‘143’ and ‘Generation Z’, which has achieved platinum status in Poland and was Top 5 in Poland, the UK and Japan.
The band will tour the UK this year, stopping in cities including London, Manchester and Newcastle.
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What time is Britain’s Got Talent: The Champions on?
Week five of Britain’s Got Talent: The Champions airs Saturday, September 28, 2019, on ITV from 8.30 pm to 10.30 pm.
Previous episodes are available to watch on the ITV hub and catch up channels but sometimes only for a limited number of days.
Simon Cowell’s spin-off show will run for another two weeks and is likely to end on October 5, 2019.
Contestants competing in week five will be judged by Simon, Amanda Holden, David Walliams, and Alesha Dixon.