We’re fairly fresh from Britain’s Got Talent’s 13th series finale, but we’re getting another bonus series this year.
Britain’s Got Talent: The Champions riffs off the recent American version, which saw a series of best-loved acts from the Got Talent franchises around the world competing to be named champion.
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But we’ve now got our very own ‘Olympics of talent’, with some familiar faces getting judged once more by Simon Cowell and co.
So who can we expect to see? Here’s the list of confirmed acts, updated as we get them.
Richard Jones (OUT)
The magic act, who won Britain’s Got Talent series 10, made an emotional return to the stage, after learning the veteran he had worked with for his original Britain’s Got Talent performance had died last year.
While he was a huge fan-favourite, Jones just missed progressing to the live finals.
The incredible female-dance group first wowed in the Middle Eastern’s Arab’s Got Talent, winning the golden buzzer in series six.
Dr Arch Junior (OUT)
The world’s youngest DJ, who won South Africa’s Got Talent, may have raised the roof and brought the house down at Wembley – but failed to make it through to the live shows.
Jack Carroll (OUT)
Jack’s done a hell of a lot of growing up since we last saw him on Britain’s Got Talent series 7 (he lost out to performance group Attraction during the live shows) – but he hasn’t lost the same cheeky sense of humour – with the comedian joking about Alesha Dixon having botox, which she denied.