‘Britain’s Got Talent’ final: Louisa Johnson, Ashliegh & Pudsey, Stavros Flatley, Collabro, and more perform
Tonight, “Britain’s Got Talent” aired what was certainly a marathon show, given that it ran well over two hours and featured performances from twelve finalists.
To go along with that, though, this show also had the responsibility of looking back over ten years of entertainment. Therefore, the show chose while we awaited the results to give us a medley-of-sorts featuring some of the best talent in the show’s history.
Before that … We had Clean Bandit featuring Louisa Johnson performing the song “Tears.” Basically, this was a way for Simon Cowell to promote his recent “X Factor” winner. This was a much better song that “Forever Young” was, but at the same time, we’re not sure that the hook here is enough to get people excited enough to go out and buy this.
Now, let’s get back to that tribute, which was incredible in every way. We had so many memorable past acts turn up, whether it be folks like Collabro, Ashleigh & Pudsey, Diversity, Spellbound, Jamie Raven, Stavros Flatley, and so many others. This was surprisingly emotional from a perspective of narrative, since there were so many familiar faces in here that we have not seen in a rather long time. Amanda Holden had to be especially emotional given that she has been there really longer than anyone.
Were there some snubs? Sure. We were shocked that neither Paul Potts nor Susan Boyle turned up, given that the two of them probably are the most iconic contestants of all time. However, given that this was a dance-heavy number, we’re not sure where they would have fit.
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