The rumors were spreading that Susan Boyle threatened to quit the show on Wednesday, May 27. However, Susan Boyle denied that she will leaving Britain’s Got Talent.
She has confirmed, “I want nothing more than to stay and sing in the Britain’s Got Talent final”.
“I’ve spent weeks rehearsing – it’s all I’ve been thinking about. I’m not going to throw away my big chance now”.
And now that Britain’s Got Talent Finals is just a few hours away. Everyone is waiting for Susan Boyle’s final performance in the 2009 Britain’s Got Talent final on May 30, 2009.
The following are the 10 acts selected for the final:
* Susan Boyle – the 48-year old singer who is the bookmakers’ favourite to win the final.
* Aidan Davis, 11, dancer
* Dance troupe Diversity
* Father-and-son comedy dance duo Stavros Flatley
* Ten-member dance troupe Flawless
* Grandfather and granddaughter singing act 2 Grand
* 12-year-old Welsh singer Shaheen Jafargholi
* Saxophonist Julian Smith
* Singer Shaun Smith
* Hollie Steel
Do you think Susan Boyle will be the winner of Britain’s Got Talent? What do you think she will do with the cash prize of £100,000 if Susan Boyle won the Britain’s Got Talent?
Anyway, let’s all watch the Susan Boyle final performance video live to find out. The Britain’s Got Talent final taking place on May 30, 2009. The winner given the chance to perform for the Queen at the Royal Variety Show and receive a cash prize of £100,000.
Update: (source: http://talent.itv.com/news/story/item_100219.htm)
This is it, then – the day we’ve all been waiting for! Britain’s Got Talent Grand Final day is here and do we have some important information for you.
First off: pack up those barbeques early! Britain’s Got Talent is split into TWO shows this evening so settle down on the sofa and prepare to stay there for a very long time indeed!
The main ITV1 show kicks off at 6.45pm – you have been warned! It features performances by all 10 finalists, who are, in alphabetical order:
There’s a birrova a break where you can pop over to Stephen and Co. on ITV2 (he’ll also be on again later after the big announcement, and there are sure to be tears!), then return to ITV1 at 9pm to discover who will be crowned overall winner of Britain’s Got Talent 2009.
If last night’s show proved anything, we now know that absolutely ANYTHING can happen! Really, don’t miss a moment.
The Britain’s Got Talent Grand Final. It’s the biggest TV show of the year!
Watch British Got Talent live online stream below.
Top 3 performance / finalists:
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Britain’s Got Talent Winner 2009 is…
I was really hoping that Susan Boyle will win this competition. Here’s her performance in Britain’s Got Talent
Susan was brilliant tonight and I salute her for coming back on the stage with a head held high after all the bad press. I Dream A Dreamed will go down in history as the song that made the world fall in love with Susan. For me, she’s the ultimate winner!
Meanwhile, Diversity, a dance troupe from Essex and East London whose members range in age from 12 to 25 and whose semi-final performance exceeded their excellent initial audition.
Diversity danced to a fast-paced medley which included the theme music to Superman. It was an act full of amazing choreography and quick costume changes.
The judges were divided in their opinions. Amanda Holden was rendered almost speechless, but told the guys “you nailed it.” Simon Cowell declared, “all bets are off.” And he admitted that Diversity’s act would be the, “only performance tonight I would give a 10 to.” He added there was, “not a step out of place – it was sheer and utter perfection.” Piers Morgan, however, said that he had preferred other male dance troupe Flawless’ performance.
Diversity receives a cash prize of £100,000 and will will perform for the Queen at the Royal Variety.