BRITAIN'S Got Talent: The Champions is back on ITV in just OVER ONE HOUR, with an impressive line-up of international and British born talent.
The revamped series has seen some of the show's most recognisable acts battle it out to be crowned the ultimate champion.
And tonight will be no different with a superb lineup including British superstars George Sampson and Colin Thackery.
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PREDICTIONS ARE RIFE
Week four of Britain’s Got Talent: The Champions is yet to begin and already fans of the show are predicting who will make it through to the finale this week.
Naturally, pensioner Colin Thackery, who won the latest Britain''s Got Talent, is a favourite.
Taking to Twitter, one fan wrote:“Yes it’s the serving soldier who won bgt surely?”
BRITAIN’S Got Talent: The Champions has seen everything from an internationally recognised illusionist to a superstar opera singer since launching in August.
Tonight viewers will see the return of some of Britain’s best loved acts including Stavros Flatley, George Sampson and Colin Thackery. Here we have the lowdown on week four.
Britain’s Got Talent: The Champions is half-way through its tenure and already six acts are through to the grand finale.
Another two contestants will being heading to the final but which performers are the bookies favourite to win the competition.
The ITV series has transformed the lives of so many ordinary people since launching back in 2007.
For Stavros Flatley those ten years since they auditioned for the show in 2009 has seen them go on to travel the world with their hilarious version of Michael Flatley’s Lord Of The Dance.
Father and son duo Demi Demetriou and Lag are just one of the favourites to win the entire show after losing out to Diversity a decade ago.
Bookmakers Coral think the twosome have a good chance of taking home the champion title and the £100,000 prize.
According to the firm, they have a 14/1 chance of winning but face tough competition from the likes of American duo Bello and Annaliese Nock, with odds of 10/1.
The father and daughter act earned their place in the final in week won, along with Golden Buzzer winner Kseniya Simonvoa, who odds currently stand at 5/1.
She wowed judges – Simon Cowell, Amanda Holden, Alesha Dixon and David Walliams – with her touching sand display.
The former winner of Ukraine’s Got Talent put on an incredible show dedicated to the sick children she works with, in a moving sand art performance.
After Amanda pressed the Golden Buzzer for Kseniya, the mother-of-two said that talent comes in all shapes and sizes – even with the simple use of sand.
However, fellow finalist Alexa Lauenburger (odds: 2/1) and Darcy (4/1) are who the bookies are placing their bets on to win the series.
Coral's Harry Aitkenhead told The Sun: “Alexa and Darcy are the two current finalists who look in with the best chances of winning BGT’s The Champion competition, and Darcy certainly got pulses racing on the latest show.”
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