By Sean O'grady For Mailonline
Published: 15:52 BST, 22 September 2019 | Updated: 15:52 BST, 22 September 2019
Britain's Got Talent: The Champions viewers were left fuming after George Sampson was 'robbed' a place in the final.
Fans were left disappointed as George, 26, was sent home while US comedian Preacher Lawson won the audience vote and Stavros Flately were given Simon Cowell's golden buzzer.
Street dancer George won Britain's Got Talent in 2008 and viewers took to social media to express their anger that he did not make it all the way this time around.
Unhappy: Britain's Got Talent: The Champions viewers were left fuming after George Sampson, 26, was 'robbed' a place in the final
One Twitter user wrote: 'Wtf are these "super fans" on #BGTChampions doing? Why wasn't @georgesampson and @BonnieAnderson_ at least in the top 3?'
Another said: 'Watching #BGTChampions knowing that the super fans will put the wrong act through again.'
Another viewer wrote: 'Should of been George in the final, don't get the buzz for Preacher at all, didn't make me laugh.'
One fan fumed: 'George Sampson should be top 3. But of course the 'super fans' voted for the old man that can't sing that well.'