- Amanda Holden confirms Britain's Got Talent 2017 line-up
- Britain's Got Talent 2017: Tokio Myers crowned winner
Britain's Got Talent Here's all 10 acts heading to the live final The semi- finals are over and Britain's Got Talent has got its finalists.2017
Good news, Britain's Got Talent fans. Simon Cowell is so happy with his line-up of judges, that he's agreed that Amanda Holden , David Walliams and Alesha Dixon should all return for the series. Amanda, confirmed the news this week during an appearance on Up Late With Rylan , telling her host: "He Simon did put on his Twitter that he loves me and Alesha so much that he would like us back year… we'll be back! Ten years ago you wouldn't think they'd be making a movie about him. Amanda Holden has confirmed the Britain's Got Talent line-up. Simon, meanwhile, has previously stated that his fellow judges are all "very welcome back next year".
The ITV singing competition returned with more un-missable auditions, featuring mind-readers, a tear-jerking choir — and one of the most jaw-dropping singers the show has ever seen. Their first tricks were so simple that you could easily imagine how they actually did it. Even better, they capped it off with a jaw-dropping final revelation. The most touching audition of the night came from the Missing People Choir — a group consisting of men and women who have at some have had family members disappear. And then that voice.
Accompanied to the auditions by her grandma, Destiny Chukunyere seemed timid and shy on stage but as soon as she started singing her Aretha Franklin cover, the year-old transformed. The Irish schoolgirl, who started singing when she was five, performed the entire song in perfect in Italian and sailed through to the next stage. With all four judges on their feet, and year-old Tomlinson moved to tears after singing his heart out, did he do enough to impress David this time? You can find our Community Guidelines in full here. Please wait
Please refresh the page and retry. He was voted through to the final after Monday night's semi-final, but who is he? Here's everything you need to know about the year-old singer. Three years ago, Sheffield-born singer Kyle Tomlinson plucked up the courage to appear on Britain's Got Talent — and was promptly rejected by all four judges. He was just 12 years old at the time, and was stung by the comedian 's comments. He took Walliams's advice, and asked his grandfather to pay for his singing lessons. You've sung with real passion, and that's what it's all about", before adding, "It was a really, really moving performance.
Amanda Holden confirms Britain's Got Talent 2017 line-up
Britain's Got Talent 2017: Tokio Myers crowned winner
Here's everything we know During the semi-final stage he beat off stiff competition from Jamie Lee Harrison and Lords of Strut to secure a place in the final. Daliso impressed all four judges of BGT in , but it was Amanda he really caught the eye of. His jokes had the panel in fits of laughter, with Amanda giving out her infamous cackle on a number of occasions. After finishing his routine, the audience chanted for one of the judges to hit the golden buzzer and put Daliso straight through to the semi-finals.
A busy week of live shows has seen comedians, dance troupes and Pensionalities face the judges and more importantly the public who, for the first year have control over who goes through to the final. With the fifth and final live show taking place on Friday the public have given us their verdicts and we now have our ten finalists. Julia revealed to the judges that she has scoliosis, a curvature of the spine which has left her needing surgery. The dancers went through to the final on the first day of Scolosis Awareness Month and will now dance their way to the final. Not bad hey. After being taught to do magic by her grandfather she wowed the judges and the public.
The show premiered on 9 June , after its initially planned premiere in was scrapped and production suspended, following a dispute between the broadcaster and Paul O'Grady , the originally planned host for the programme. Every year, contestants of any age can audition for the show with whatever talent they wish to demonstrate, with auditionees seeking to impress a panel of judges in order to secure a place in the live episodes - the current lineup consists of Simon Cowell , Amanda Holden , Alesha Dixon , and David Walliams. Those that make it through the auditions compete against other acts in a series of live semi-finals to secure votes from the public and judges, with the winning two acts of each semi-final proceeding into the show's live final. The winning finalist is awarded two prizes - a cash prize, and a place within that year's performances for the Royal Variety Performance before members of the British Royal Family. As of [update] , the show has had thirteen winners, ranging from musicians and singers to variety acts, magicians and dancers. On average, it draws viewing figures of 9. On 3 June , following the conclusion of the thirteenth series, it was announced that in the wake of the success of America's Got Talent: The Champions , a British edition of the spin-off would be produced and aired in late , entitled Britain's Got Talent: The Champions.