Who’ll win Britain’s Got Talent & pick up a cheque for £250,000 on Sunday?
Britain’s Got Talent has hooked the nation with a wide variety of talents with it all coming to an end in the final on Sunday. We’ll talk you through the contestants who’ve booked their places in the Britain’s Got Talent Final and if you’re confident in your favourite acts, then why not back them to win the £250,000 prize money and a spot in the Royal Variety Performance.
Your Finalists :
Robert White (2/1)
The music teacher & comedian thrilled the Britain’s Got Talent audience in his semi-final performance securing him a place in the final. White, describes himself as the “only gay, Aspergic, quarter-Welsh comic” on the British comedy circuit.
His act is brilliant mix of music and comedy poking fun at the Britain’s Got Talent Judges. Many celebrity viewers tweeted praise for the comedian branding his semi-final as a ‘hilarious’ performance.
Has he got what it takes for a spot in the Royal Variety Performance?
Watch his brilliant rhyming song about judges – https://youtu.be/A2uVxQG3HXE
Lost Voice Guy (2/1)
The Newcastle-based comic Lee Ridley, 37-year old from Consett, who was diagnosed with cerebral palsy when he was just six months old was the first act to book his place Final.
Despite having no voice it doesn’t stop Lee cracking jokes in his act using a speech synthesiser to perform. He’s not afraid to poke fun at the PC world we live in and is rapidly breaking down social ‘barriers’.
Lee’s performance was a hit with both the audience and the judges on the Britain’s Got Talent stage. He’s a serious contender to win the show.
Watch his Semi Final Performance – https://youtu.be/TgSDDY0b1tU
Will history be repeating itself with DVJ?
The young dance group sparked controversy following their first audition due to their links to Diversity who won the show back in 2009.
Fans of the show believed the group had an unfair advantage & that helped bagged them a place in Sunday night’s final. Controversy or not, they are still a group of very talented dancers and we’re 4/1 for them to win this year’s edition of Britain’s Got Talent.
Watch their Semi Final Performance – https://youtu.be/1fJK9up70AU
MICKY P KERR (8/1)
Musical comedian Micky P Kerr has made it through to the Britain’s Got Talent final by topping the viewers’ votes on the last semi-final show of the week.
Following his victory Simon Cowell said “I think this is going to be the start of something really big for him”
The primary school teacher from Leeds is 8/1 to win this year’s edition of BGT, but does he get your vote?
Watch his semi-final performance here: https://youtu.be/2v0d75MLwFs
Gruffydd Wyn (10/1)
Gruffydd was Amanda Holden’s Golden Buzzer act and was put through to the Britian Got Talent final with the judges going to the public vote.
Speaking about his first audition on the show Roberts said “When Simon stopped me I thought it was all over and it was hard to hear that. I thought I was doing OK, but obviously something wasn’t right. I just thought ‘I have to just take a minute to myself and compose myself and just give it my all for the next song’ and that’s what I did, really”
Watch his Semi Final Performance – https://youtu.be/BSnnHcKYzoY
THE GIANG BROTHERS (16/1)
Giang Quoc Nghiep & Giang Quoc Co are brothers from Ho Chi Minh city in Vietnam. While new to talent competitions, the pair have already broken Guiness World Records for their incredible gravity-defying stunts. They broke the record for ‘most stairs climbed while balanacing a person on the head’ by climbing up 90 steps.
The pair made it into the Britain’s Got Talent final on Friday night after beating comedian Mandy Muden after a Judges’ tie left the decision down to the public.
If you didn’t catch their semi-final performance you can watch it here: https://youtu.be/vC7Xzh2YB5I
D-Day Darlings (16/1)
Vintage 1940’s act D-Day Darlings secured their place in the Britain’s Got Talent final after impressing the judges in their semi-final. It was an emotional performance bringing veterans onto the stage which brought judge Amanda Holden to tears.
They could be real dark horse for the show with their patriotic performances that really tug on the heart strings. It’s the perfect performance for a Royal Vareity Show.
The group, when speaking on ITV said “It was amazing to see the audience there with a flag in their hand, on their feet, young and old alike. It was a moment, to be sure”
After that Semi Final Performance, what will they bring to the stage for the Final?
Watch their performance here – https://youtu.be/xBAjV7LAOa8
Jack & Tim (33/1)
Father & Son duo Jack & Tim have won the hearts of the judges and the nation with their emotional performances.
After their semi-final performance, Simon Cowell said “You have this amazing chemistry. I would love to see you in the final, I think you two define what this show is about. Every time I see you perform I feel good. There’s a very positive energy that comes from you”
12-year old Jack has already appeared on ‘The Voice Kids’ and starred in School of Rock in the West End and the duo are a familiar sight in Norwich as they often perform on the streets with Jack being hailed as the city’s youngest busker.
Have they got what it takes for Britain’s Got Talent glory?
Here’s their Semi Final Performance that booked their spot in the Britain’s Got Talent Final – https://youtu.be/qVZzPV7eozM
Donchez Dacres (40/1)
To the disbelief of many people on social media the 60-year old AA recovery driver, from Wolverhampton, wowed audiences in his first audition with his original catchy song ‘Wiggle Wine’. Donchez earnt a direct route through to the semi-finals after the judges got on the Britain’s Got Talent stage with Ant & Dec & David Walliams made him his ‘Golden Buzzer’ act.
He performed the same song in his Britian’s Got Talent semi-final performance which seemed to do the trick once again as he was voted winner of the show by the public.
Will he be Wiggle & Wining to the Royal Variety Performance and go home with a staggering £250,000?
Don’t know what we’re talking about? Watch this – https://youtu.be/0Hi2CnWcvh8
Calum Courtney (66/1)
The ten-year old hopeful has already racked up over 2 million YouTube views on a video of him singing in a Supermarket after going viral last year. But does he have what it takes to win Britain’s Got Talent?
The young Essex lad went through to the finals after gaining the most votes by the public when the judges couldn’t decide who would go through between B-Positive & Calum.
Are you backing him to win?
Watch his Semi Final Performance – https://youtu.be/kbR8cOcY0vA
Who do you think will win Britain’s Got Talent 2018? Comment below with your winner.
Watch the Britain’s Got Talent Final on Sunday evening on ITV from 7:30pm
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