The final “Britain’s Got Talent” performance show aired early Thursday, and with that of course comes one of the more tense results shows we’ve had to date. Only two acts are going to be officially a part of the final, and the rest will be at the mercy of the judges / the British public over the coming days. We do like that there is a wild-card twist, but the anticipation for that has to be extremely nerve-wrecking for those who don’t get through here.
Pre-show prediction – We’re going to see the Presentation School Choir go through directly, given that they performed last, and that often leads to a ton of votes. Meanwhile, the judges will choose between Trip Hazard the dog act and singer / impressionist Craig Ball. From here, Craig will go through because there’s no one in the competition quite like him, now or ever. The closest thing we can think of is Terry Fator of “America’s Got Talent,” and he was more of a ventriloquist first.
The actual results – The Deep Space Deviants were last (no shock there), and they were followed by Ana & Fia, Chloe Fenton, Elite Squad Royalz, and the Tongi Brothers. Now, the big shock: Presentation School Choir was in fourth.
The top three acts were Jasmine Elcock, Craig Ball, and Trip Hazard … and Craig won the night! We were genuinely happy and shocked, and so was he. His reaction was one of the best parts of this. The judges eventually selected Jasmine by a 3 -1 vote, which was very nice for her. Personally we were rooting more for Trip Hazard just because there are so many singers already in the final, but we do think this act was hurt by there being two very-recent dog-act winners of this show.
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