Britain's Got Talent 2023: Ghetto Kids and Travis George advance to final after ... trends now

Britain's Got Talent 2023: Ghetto Kids and Travis George advance to final after ... trends now
Britain's Got Talent 2023: Ghetto Kids and Travis George advance to final after ... trends now

Britain's Got Talent 2023: Ghetto Kids and Travis George advance to final after ... trends now

Ghetto Kids and Travis George have made it to the Britain's Got Talent final, after competing on Wednesday's live semi-final show.

The two talented acts beat off stiff competition from guitar player Harry Churchill, magician Miki Dark, dance group Notorious, comedian Markus Birdman, yo-yo experts Toy Toy Toy and singer Dylan B.

Ghetto Kids were revealed to have won the semi-final, by receiving the most public votes.

This left Travis to face off against Harry for a place in the final, which would be decided by the judges.

Bruno Tonioli and Alesha Dixon both chose to send Travis through, while Amanda Holden and Simon opted for Harry.

Finalists! Ghetto Kids and Travis George have made it to the Britain's Got Talent final, after competing on Wednesday's live semi-final show

Finalists! Ghetto Kids and Travis George have made it to the Britain's Got Talent final, after competing on Wednesday's live semi-final show

Incredible: The two talented acts beat off stiff competition from guitar player Harry Churchill, magician Miki Dark, dance group Notorious, comedian Markus Birdman, yo-yo experts Toy Toy Toy and singer Dylan B

Incredible: The two talented acts beat off stiff competition from guitar player Harry Churchill, magician Miki Dark, dance group Notorious, comedian Markus Birdman, yo-yo experts Toy Toy Toy and singer Dylan B

Decision time: Ghetto Kids were revealed to have won the most public votes. This left Travis to face off against Harry for a place in the final, which would be decided by the judges

Decision time: Ghetto Kids were revealed to have won the most public votes. This left Travis to face off against Harry for a place in the final, which would be decided by the judges

This tie left the decision up to the public vote, with hosts Ant and Dec revealing Travis to be the winner.

The singer fell to the ground with shock and told the audience: 'Thank you for getting me to believe in myself again.'

Ghetto Kids blew the crowd away at the Hammersmith Apollo with their energetic dance routine.

The six kids, aged five to 13, are orphans who live together in Uganda after being rescued from the streets by their 'dad' Daouda Kavuma.

Priscila, 12, Asharif, 12, Akram, 13, Shakib, 12, Madwanah, 13 and Josephine, five, showed off their moves to a medley of upbeat songs.

They impressed despite one of the dancers being unable to dance after contracting malaria. 

Bruno called them 'simply irresistible' while Simon praised: 'It was just pure magic. When something's great, it's great. The audience genuinely loves you.'

Sensational: Ghetto Kids blew the crowd away at the Hammersmith Apollo with their energetic dance routine

Sensational: Ghetto Kids blew the crowd away at the Hammersmith Apollo with their energetic dance routine

Inspiring: The six kids, aged five to 13, are orphans who live together in Uganda after being rescued from the streets by their 'dad' Daouda Kavuma

Inspiring: The six kids, aged five to 13, are orphans who live together in Uganda after being rescued from the

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