WARNING: The following article contains spoilers for the season finale of Britain’s Got Talent: The Champions, including the winner. Do not read if you have not watched the finale and do not want to know the winner.
The best act in the world has officially been crowned! Saturday’s grand final of the spin-off series saw the final nine acts perform for the Super fans for the chance to be crowned the winner.
In case you missed it, here’s a recap of the performances as well as the winner:
Bars and Melody
The show kicked off as the duo lit up Wembley (literally!) as everyone got glow sticks as they performed ‘Lighthouse’. The song was nice but the guys sounded very karaoke and off-key, it became obvious as to why they got the first spot aka the spot of death.
The American comedian was next up and he performed a hilarious set about dating. Of all the Got Talent shows around the world, he is one of the best, if not THE best comic I’ve ever seen. His style and delivery was on point, giving himself a real shot at the title.
Next up was the talented sand artist, who gave a stunning and beautiful tribute to Princess Diana. The way Kseniya draws these amazing things using just sand and background music is truly incredible. She is one of the best acts to ever be on Got Talent.
The Canadian magician followed and honoured his brother with an emotional performance, saying he would go back in time to the moment he was with his brother when they were kids. You could truly tell Darcy was emotional and did his brother proud.
The girls returned to the stage and danced their hearts out. Take the story of Simon helping one of the members out of it and they’re just a regular dance group. They’re good but I’m not sure if they are good enough to be crowned best in the world.
Bello and Annaliese Nock
The father-daughter danger act really stepped up their game but it didn’t come without a few hiccups. They did a death drop on two beams and went back to the spinning wheel of death. However, this time they attempted to jump rope and this is where Bello messed up. It was still a killer performance.
Twist and Pulse
The dancers were up next and performed a melody of dance mashups, including one from the iconic movie Titantic. The dancers are good but again, it doesn’t scream champion to me. However, the guys are very good at what they do.
The pint sized dog owner returned to deliver a stellar performance. Her dogs jumped, flipped, and went through several stations. In all my years of watching these shows, it is one of the best dog acts I have ever seen.
The dance legends returned to deliver one of their most unique performances ever. I’ve never see these guys perform before Champions and I don’t get the hype. It wasn’t great and to me, they should have never gotten to this stage of the competition.
Paddy and Nico
The final act of the night belonged to Paddy and Nico. The dancers performed a sweet version of “Time of My Life” from the movie Dirty Dancing. For Paddy’s age, she is a true vision that age is just a number and you are never too old to follow your dreams.
Following all the performances, hosts Ant and Dec returned to deliver the results. They revealed Kseniya Simonova, Twist and Pulse, and Stavros Flatley were the top three. It was announced Kseniya finished third, leaving two dance groups in the top two. Ant and Dec then announced Twist and Pulse had got the most votes and won the show.
The boys were shocked and presented with a trophy following their win.
Britain’s Got Talent returns to ITV next year.