Britain’s Got Talent: The Champions completed its second week of competition on Saturday night as nine more acts took to the stage at Wembley Arena for the chance to make it to the grand final.
Hosts Ant and Dec had the power of the Golden Buzzer tonight, so who knows what they would do. In case you missed it, here’s a recap of all the acts and their performances.
100 Voices of Gospel
The choir is back after competiting on the 2016 series of the show, where they earned judge Alesha Dixon’s Golden Buzzer. They returned to the stage and performed a fast paced rendition of “I’m Still Standing”.
I’ve always been a big fan of this choir and I’m glad to see they stepped up their game and improved over the years they’ve been away.
Lost Voice Guy
The winner of Britain’s Got Talent 2018 returned to the stage on Saturday night after becoming the first comedian ever to win the talent show. This time, he performed a set about how his life has changed since winning the show.
I know I’m in the minority but I did not find him funny this time around. Some of the jokes just did not land for me.
The 12-year-old hit the BGT stage for the first time ever after winning Germany’s Das Supertalent in 2017 with her dog act.
In truly one of the best dog acts to ever be on the Got Talent stage, Alexa had her furry friends perform amazing tricks, including doing a 12-dog conga line. It was so impressive that Ant and Dec slammed their Golden Buzzer, sending Alexa straight into the final.
The British comedian and ventriloquist won America’s Got Talent back in 2015. This time be brought his act to the BGT stage as he brought his puppet Sam. He poked fun at judge David Walliams and really took his act to another level.
Zerdin proved why he was so popular in America as he put his puppet back in the bag and attempted to do his bit without him. It worked flawlessly as the judges and audience gave him a standing ovation.
Gao and Liu
The couple and dance act first appeared on Britain’s Got Talent in 2017, wowing the judges with their breathtaking routine. They also competed on Asia’s Got Talent and made the finals in 2015. They returned and did an amazing routine that had great visuals and tricks.
I see why they made the finals in Asia, they are truly talented. There’s some moves that looked scary and impossible to pull off but they did it.
After winning Italy’s Got Talent back in 2009, the 37-year-old pianist brought his act over to the BGT stage. He lit up the stage, literally! His piano was on fire and it was something to behold.
After watching him perform, I can understand why he won back in Italy but seeing that piano on fire was really too much.
The dance group won Alesha’s Golden Buzzer in Series 11 of Britain’s Got Talent. One girl the girls was born with a curved spine and Simon Cowell helped her get surgery in America. The girls returned to show how they’ve grown with an emotional performance.
Simon was so overcome with emotion following the performance he could barely speak.
The danger act made the semifinals of America’s Got Talent 2016 and advanced to the final of AGT: Champions earlier this year. They took the Wembley stage for the very first time and had the audience and judges on the edge of the seats.
Alfredo borrowed Amanda’s phone to shoot at his fiancee by looking into the phone’s camera. The moment was so shocking, it was the most dangerous act BGT has ever seen.
The final act of the night belonged to the Britain’s Got Talent 2011 winner. He took Susan Boyle’s place, who withdraw prior to the start of the competition. He sang a beautiful song and got a standing ovation and an apology from Simon.
I’ve never heard Jai sing until Saturday and he really does have a great voice. A true champion.
With Alexa Launeburger already in the final, one spot remained. Hosts Ant and Dec returned with the results from the Superfan vote. They revealed Paul Zerdin, The MerseyGirls, and Antonio Sorgentone all made the top three. Antonio finished in third place, leaving Paul and the dancers to fight it out.
It was then revealed The MerseyGirls advanced to the final. The dancers join Alexa, Amanda’s Golden Buzzer Keniya Simonova, and Bello and Annaliese Nock in the the final.
Britain’s Got Talent: The Champions airs Saturday’s at 8:30 pm on ITV.