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Britain's Got Talent final live blog

4 June 2011 2:03 PM, PDT | The Guardian - TV News | See recent The Guardian - TV News news »

The final acts battle it out for the Britain's Got Talent Crown. Who will win? Join me live to find out

Good evening, and welcome to the grand final of Britain's Got Talent 2011. The anticipation for tonight literally couldn't be higher. Who'll win? Who'll lose? Which YouTube video is Steven Hall going to rip off this time? When will Simon Cowell's face begin to involuntarily droop? Will there be a hilarious medley of bad acts? Will it actually be hilarious this time, or pointless and annoying like it usually is? Precisely what did any of us do to deserve this? All these questions - and maybe more! - will be answered in the next few hours.

So here's how this evening will work. From 7pm we'll be treated to a non-stop two-hour cavalcade of shouting and flailing and piano-playing and mediocre impressions. And then, provided that the half-hour Popstar »

- Stuart Heritage

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'Britain's Got Talent' ratings heat up for last semi

4 June 2011 7:40 AM, PDT | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - Movie News news »

Britain's Got Talent piled on viewers for its last semi-final on Friday night, according to overnight data. The performance show dipped to 9.11m (43.3%) between 7.30pm and 9pm, adding 307k on ITV1 +1. However for the first time this year, ratings for the results programme topped the main show, as 9.64m (41.3%) returned at 9.30pm to see dancer Razy Gogonea and singer Michael Collings reach the grand final. A further 244k watched on timeshift. Immediately after the ITV1 results show, Britain's Got More Talent on ITV2 entertained 782k (4.3%), dented once again by an inflated EastEnders repeat on BBC Three. Elsewhere, A Question of Sport (8.30pm), Have I Got News For You (9pm) and Outnumbered (more) »

- By Paul Millar

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Razy Gogonea and Michael Collings reach Bgt final

4 June 2011 2:30 AM, PDT | Virgin Media - TV | See recent Virgin Media - TV news »

Dancer Razy Gogonea and singer Michael Collings have secured the last places in tonight's (04.06.11) 'Britain's Got Talent' final. Last night's (03.06.11) last semi-final saw Romanian robotic dancer Razy was given the first slot after winning the public vote, while Michael was chosen by the judges over opera singer Pippa Langhorne and her singing dog Buddy. Usually-decisive Simon Cowell - who infamously loves animal acts - initially refused to choose between the two, saying: "I genuinely want them both in the final." However, despite praising Pippa and Buddy as "the most talented dog act in the world", he eventually chose Michael after »

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'Britain's Got Talent' Razy Gogonea, Michael Collings in final

3 June 2011 2:00 PM, PDT | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - Movie News news »

Razy Gogonea and Michael Collings have made it through to the Britain's Got Talent grand final. Dancer Gogonea topped tonight's public vote, while 19-year-old singer Collings was put through by the judges ahead of human-canine double act Pip & Puppy. When asked to choose between his beloved singing dog duo and the Plymouth-born star, Simon Cowell repeatedly stated that he wanted both to advance to the final and refused to be drawn into naming one by hosts Ant & Dec. Finally, when the Geordie pair pushed him to make a choice, the 51-year-old reluctantly said: "I'm gonna go with the one I believe the public will want to see in and that is Michael." Cowell's co-judges Amanda Holden and Michal McIntyre quickly echoed his vote, with the comedian arguing: "I can't see a final without Michael in it." David (more) »

- By Daniel Sperling

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'Britain's Got Talent' dancer Michael Moral gets second chance

2 June 2011 2:57 PM, PDT | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - Movie News news »

Simon Cowell has announced that ousted contestant Michael Moral will be returning to Britain's Got Talent. Cowell made the surprise announcement after saying that he felt the judging panel had made the wrong decision in sending Moral home in favour of Razy Gogonea. Moral will now get a second chance to impress both the judges and the public when he returns on Friday night's semi-final to perform. "I think you guys made a massive mistake not putting through one person," Cowell announced. "We're going to invite Michael back on the show tomorrow night. "He's going to be on the same show as Razy and this time we're going to let the public decide who is the best dancer." Fellow judge Amanda Holden praised Cowell's decision, and admitted that they had made a definite mistake on last Sunday's show in choosing between (more) »

- By Tom Ayres

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'Britain's Got Talent' Top 40: In Full

29 May 2011 4:01 PM, PDT | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - Movie News news »

The Britain's Got Talent judges selected the Top 40 acts to take part in the live semi-finals tonight. Amanda Holden, Michael McIntyre, David Hasselhoff and Simon Cowell will be judging eight acts every night this week ahead of the grand final on Saturday. The live shows kick off at 7.30pm tomorrow night on ITV1. Check out the full list of acts below: > 'Britain's Got Talent' judges pick Top 40

> More 'Britain's Got Talent' news Edward Reid (Age: 35 / Talent: Singer)

Michael Collings (Age: 19 / Talent: Singer)

Ronan Parke (Age: 12 / Talent: Singer)

Out of the Blue (Age: 18-23 / Talent: A capella group)

Razy Gogonea (Age: 29 / Talent: Dance)

New Bounce (Age: 12-15 / Talent: Singers)

Les Gibson (Age: 41 / Talent: Impressionist)

Steven Hall (Age: 53 / Talent: Comedy dancing)

Donelda Guy and Mega & Biba (more) »

- By Alex Fletcher

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Ronan Parke, Razy are 'Bgt' favourites

12 May 2011 10:04 AM, PDT | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - Movie News news »

Razy Gogonea and Ronan Parke are currently the Britain's Got Talent bookmakers' favourites. The 12-year-old Parke stunned Louis Walsh, Michael McIntyre and Amanda Holden with his rendition of 'Feeling Good' at the auditions and is currently being backed at 2/1 with Paddy Power. Matrix-inspired dancer Razy Gogonea is also proving a hit with punters at 7/2. Other acts getting a lot of support are French dancer Michael (more) »

- By Alex Fletcher

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