This year, we have had the pleasure of seeing the first edition of Britain’s Got Talent: The Champions. And as expected, it turned out to be a resounding success, giving us many memorable moments of high-quality entertainment.
If you were to ask us which moment we enjoyed the most, it would be a hard decision to make. However, in today’s post, we have picked 4 of the most unforgettable moments from BGT’s The Champions edition which simply stuck with us.
1. The Vocals Which Left the Judges Speechless
Many viewers of the show know Gennady Tkachenko. How couldn’t they? His performances are perhaps one of the most unusual in the entire franchise. However, as odd as they are, they are equally striking and emotional.
Gennady is labeled as a singer, yet calling him that would be an understatement. With his voice, he is able to conjure up the sounds of nature and make it feel almost if not entirely life-like.
His incredible vocal range allows him to imitate the sounds of chirping birds and howling wind, while at the same time being able to reach highs and lows, exactly like an opera singer.
His performance was absolutely bewildering, and the entire Wembley Arena was drowned with thunderous applause from both the audience and the judges.
2. The Greatest Dog Act in the Show’s History
Alexa Lauenburger is an 11-year-old dog trainer who, with the help of her amazing canine assistants, won Germany’s Got Talent. This time around, she wanted to outdo herself by upping the antics for the finale of Britain’s Got Talent.
In this performance, she trained her doggies to perform some of the most outstanding tricks over the tunes of Christina Aguilera’s “Candyman”; believe it or not, even the stage itself was decorated to look like a fantasy candy land.
With such an otherworldly presentation, she was promising to put on a performance that would trump all her previous shows. And, indeed, she may have very well pulled off the most thrilling dog act in the show’s history.
3. The Return of a Familiar Face
During the 4th audition round, audiences were greeted by a familiar figure – none other than Sam Wills, aka Tape Face, the silent prop comic from America’s Got Talent.
Regulars of America’s Got Talent fondly remember him for his bizarre demeanor and intricate performances. And during his audition for Britain’s Got Talent: The Champions, he did not disappoint!
He brought with him the same level of energy and entertainment he displayed in the U.S. And the reception was overwhelmingly positive, with the judges admitting they couldn’t stop smiling throughout his whole performance.
4. The Winning Performance
During the finale of the show, the spirits were high as Twist and Pulse were competing against Stavros Flatley, a much-loved dance act from the previous seasons of BGT.
However, it seemed that Twist and Pulse’s dance routine was more compelling, earning votes from the audience and ending up with them being declared the absolute Champions for this edition of the show.
The two acts performed flawlessly, but Twist and Pulse came out as the winners, marking an end to an absolutely successful first edition of the show.
What’s Next After Britain’s Got Talent: The Champions?
Perhaps next year is going to be even more entertaining. However, why wait until then, when you can bring the Got Talent brand of entertainment at your own show.
At the Grable Group, you can hire some of the top performers of the industry, and even some who have been featured on the Got Talent shows. To get in touch with us, simply give us a call at (615) 283-0039 and let’s work together!