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In just over 24 hours' time, the 11 finalists on Britain's Got Talent will take to the stage one last time in an attempt to prove their worth (and win some money and a spot in the Royal Variety Show, of course). While it's hard to believe, the victorious act will be the eighth to take the crown.

Over the years, there has been a bit of a range of acts - we've had everything from dancers (George Sampson and Diversity) to singers (Paul Potts, Jai McDowall) to a gymnastic dance troupe (Spelbound) to a dog (Ashleigh & Pudsey) to well, whatever you would count Attraction as.

So, a variety, then. But this year, the complaints about too many singers - which have always bubbled in the background - have really started to gain ground. Are there just too many this year?

There are admittedly lots of crooners in tomorrow's big event: of 11 final acts, »

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