The votes have been counted and verified (as Ant and Dec said) and there’s a a new group of finalists on Britain’s Got Talent. The eventual winner, which will be decided on Saturday 8 June will join last year’s winners Ashley and Pudsey and dance troupe Diversity as officially the most talented in the country right now and worthy of entertaining The Queen and the royal family at the Royal Variety Performance.
Have you been watching it? I’ve listed all the 10 finalists below. You may need this if you’re tuning in next week. The only thing I can’t predict is what the judges Alesha Dixon and Amanda Holden will wear as they have showcased so many different coloured dresses over the past week during the semi-finals. One trend seems to be Alesha getting her legs out with a short dress, but that’s understandable – she’s in fantastic shape. I can’t stop looking at what they’ve been wearing and I did like the multi-coloured dress she wore for the first semi.
Amanda Holden looks stunning too. In a white dress she looked so angelic!
I can’t wait to see what they wear on Saturday! And until then, these are the contestants we need to watch for:
Arisxandra is a true talent as her singing helped her overcome a serious brain injury. Just two years ago she was unable to walk and even talk…and now she’s in the final.
Asanda has grown up surrounded by performers, with her dad being in The Lion King in London for nine years. She sees herself as ‘a mini diva’ – watch out Rihanna!
Attraction are a group of 9 dancers who perform shadow routines. They keep making the judges cry, they’re that moving.
Francine had all of the judges laughing at her fantastic impressions of the likes of Stacy Solomon, Katie Price and Cheryl Cole. Simon also seems to fancy her.
Teenager Gabz turned up to her first audition in a onesie…but it was quite endearing. She has been singing since the age of 4 and plays 5 instruments.
Jack has been writing and performing stand-up comedy for the past three years. He suffers from Cerebral-Palsy but has a hugely positive outlook on life.
Jordan started playing guitar when he was 10 and has been performing for the last 5 years. He is the favourite among the teen audience.
The Luminites – Jordan, Ben, Stephanie, Corey – are from Essex and at their audition they impressed the judges with their contemporary version of the song Hurt so Good by Susan Cadogan which Simon labelled ‘genius’.
Pre Skool are a street dance crew who have been together for a year. They dance in their school uniforms and they look really really young, but super cute.
Richard and Adam
Sandwich makers Richard and Adam have been singing since they were young. Their Nan is their number one fan and introduced them to opera and she’s a character in her own right. She’d give Simon a piece of her mind if the boys lose…oh dear!
Enjoy the final.