The fourth week of Britain’s Got Talent: The Champions saw nine more acts take to the stage for the chance to advance to the final in just two weeks time. Past Britain’s Got Talent winners and world favorites gave it their all.
In case you missed it, here is a recap of all the performances as well as the results:
The winner of Britain’s Got Talent 2008 was first up and performed a “dance through time” routine. That was actually pretty cool, getting the judges and fans on their feet.
While it was great, it was nothing special for me. It looked like every other dance routine I’ve seen on these shows. It may not be enough for him to go though.
The actress and Australian’s Got Talent 2007 winner made her return to the stage and got Wembley stunned silent with her beautiful rendition of “You Say.”
This was my first time hearing Bonnie perform and her voice is simply stunning. I would not mind seeing her on AGT Champions next year.
The pint sized magican from series 11 of Britain’s Got Talent made her return. She performed the same style of trick that she did on BGT and on America’s Got Talent: Champions. Was it impressive? Yes. But I was expecting more from her.
The dance group lit up the stage with an original performance featuring reflective costumes and tight dance routines. It was my first time seeing them perform and it was honestly really cool and different.
At the end, they had won me over and I really want to see more from them.
The unique and weird act from season 11 is someone I never truly understood the hype for before he returned on Saturday. He brought up judge David Walliams and made him dance to some songs with a home made puppet. It was truly one of the weirdest and funniest things I’ve seen.
The fan favourite from America’s Got Talent made his UK debut on Saturday night as he performed a hilarious set about losing AGT, bathroom antics, and former AGT host Tyra Banks.
I was glad to see Preacher get such a great reaction, he is one of my favourite comedians in all of AGT.
The father and son act returned to the stage and performed Michael Flatley’s Lord Of The Dance. It was truly a hilarious performance. It was so great judge Simon Cowell gave him the Golden Buzzer, sending them straight into the grand final.
The reigning Britain’s Got Talent winner returned to the stage just four months after winning and performed an emotional rendition of Ed Sheeran’s “Supermarket Flowers” as a tribute to his late wife. After he sang, there was not a dry eye left in Wembley.
Billy and Emily England
Things got dangerous for the final act of the night as Billy and Emily England took to the stage. Billy spun Emily around to the point her head nearly missed the floor by inches. I will say this, there is only so much the act can do and I was not too impressed after seeing them three times now.
After all nine acts performed, hosts Ant and Dec returned with the results. They revealed Colin, Preacher, and Billy and Emily made the top three. Billy and Emily finished third, leaving Colin and Preacher in the top two. It was then revealed Preacher Lawson advanced to the finals with Stavros Flatley.
Britain’s Got Talent: The Champions airs Saturday’s at 8:30 pm on ITV.