Ahead of its debut on ITV later this month, here’s everything we can tell you about the all-star series...
What is Britain’s Got Talent: The Champions?
Britain’s Got Talent: The Champions was commissioned following the success of the similarly-named America’s Got Talent: The Champions in the States earlier this year.
The format of the show sees former BGT winners, finalists and participants return to compete alongside notable contestants from international versions to find the ultimate Got Talent star.
When does Britain’s Got Talent: The Champions start?
ITV has confirmed Britain’s Got Talent: The Champions will kick off on Saturday 21 August.
The show was all filmed back in July at Wembley Arena, and unlike the usual semi-finals, there will not be any live shows.
Who are the Britain’s Got Talent: The Champions judges?
Who is hosting Britain’s Got Talent: The Champions?
After staging his return to TV earlier this year – following a period out of the spotlight to work on personal issues – Ant McPartlin will once again reunite with Dec Donnelly to host this special series of BGT.
Who is competing on Britain’s Got Talent: The Champions?
Given that the show has all been pre-recorded, many of the acts competing on the show have already leaked in the press.
Series two winner George Sampson is also said to be back, along with series six winners Ashleigh and Pudsey – although due to Pudsey’s death last year, Ashleigh Butler now performs with a replacement dog called Sully.
Other acts include series one contestant Connie Talbot, dance duos Twist and Pulse and Stavros Flatley, child magician Issy Sampson and comic Jack Carroll.
Susan Boyle was originally meant to appear on the series after competing on AGT: The Champions earlier this year, but later pulled out, while 2009 champs Diversity have also confirmed they will not be taking part due to preparations for their latest tour.
Among the international acts said to be appearing include Neighbours actress Bonnie Anderson, who found fame on the Australian version of the show as a child singer, and America’s Got Talent winner ventriloquist Paul Zerdin, who is actually British.
Who won Britain’s Got Talent: The Champions?
Pre-recording the competition has come at a serious price for ITV, as the winner of the series has leaked online.
This was somewhat inevitable given the show was recorded in front of thousands at Wembley Arena, but bosses are still said to be “furious” at the leak.
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