Paul Potts in Britain’s Got Talent spin-off shock

Paul Potts featured in the first episode

Britain's Got Talent: The Champions continues on Saturday on Virgin Media One from 7.30pm.

"What an fantastic start to the show because you define the word "champion".

The Sacred Riana: The terrifying illusionist who won Asia's Got Talent series two.

Ukrainian sand artist Kseniya Simonova appears in the first episode this weekend having won the Got Talent series in her own country in 2009.

The Nelson Twins: The twin stand-up comics who were finalists on Australia's Got Talent series eight.

As someone who covers AGT, I've seen these two perform before.

Instead sand artist Kseniya Simonova, victor of Ukraine's Got Talent, and daredevil father and daughter duo Bello and Annaliese Nock earned a place in the final.

Britain's Got Talent: The Champions will bring together the winners and finalists from the various Got Talent formats across the world.

Judge Amanda Holden was moved to tears by Ukraine's Got Talent victor Kseniya Simonova - calling the sand artist's act "uplifting and emotional" - and hit the golden buzzer for the first time in the spin-off series. I suppose my outfits do still annoy some people, but I think they're better than they were'. "How did he not make the finals".

The performance was good but I've seen her do this before, so for me, it was nothing special.

I've always loved Paul and it was a true joy to see him back on the BGT stage.

The latter won the studio audience vote, beating Boogie Storm into second and Ashleigh and Sully into third.

One ardent fan of the singer asked: "Was no one else watching the same show as me?"

With Keniya Simonova already in the final, just one spot remained.

Bello and Annaliese Nock made it to the final three alongside the UK's Ashleigh and Sully and Boggie Storm, and went on to beat them to the next stage of the show.

Britain's Got Talent: The Champions will be the first time that the father and daughter duo have worked together on a stunt.

Related:

Comments

Latest news

China To Trump: Let's Talk With A 'Calm Attitude'
He said he hopes that's what Trump's focus is, "not just the fact that Chinese clothing and shoes are popular among consumers". There has to be an "multilateral approach" when taking on China's trade practices, Trumka said.

Evacuations in Bahamas as Hurricane Dorian nears
Based on its central pressure, Hurricane Michael was the third strongest landfalling hurricane ever recorded in the United States. Forecasters expect Dorian, with winds of up to 150 miles per hour , to hit northwestern Bahamas on Sunday before curving upward.

Serena avoids major upset against 17-year-old
Unsurprisingly, it has provided ample motivation. "She really came out and played really well, she showed no fear", said Williams. I think it's super-exciting tennis. "It's not the first time I'm facing this kind of adversity or challenge".

Viv Richards falls ill as India lose Rahul, Pujara against West Indies
The ongoing second Test between India and West Indies in Jamaica started on a sad note with Sir Viv Richards falling ill. Rahul (13) early as Holder bowled a peach of a delivery to have him caught by Cornwall at first slip.

Other news