PUBLISHED: 16:19, Sat, Oct 10, 2020 | UPDATED: 16:19, Sat, Oct 10, 2020
Britain's Got Talent's final is much later than usual as the semi-finals had to be delayed because of the pandemic. While the auditions were shown earlier this year, the next stage of the competition did not start on ITV until last month. Now, the time is near for viewers to find out who this year's winner is.
WARNING: This article contains spoilers from Britain's Got Talent.
Britain's Got Talent fans were able to see the entirety of the auditions before the series went on a hiatus for several months.
The contest then returned but unlike previous years, the semi-finals were pre-recorded and there has been no live audience.
Instead, viewers have been seen on a giant wall of screens, cheering on their favourite acts.
Social distancing guidelines have been part of other areas of the show as well.
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Britain's Got Talent: Nabil Abdul Rashid went through in the last semi-final. (Image: ITV)
Some of the larger acts haven't been able to perform live so have had to pre-record their performances.
The judges' normal desk has also been swapped for four separate and much smaller tables.
Presenters Ant McPartlin and Declan Donnelly have had their usual side-by-side banter as they are in a bubble together.
The pair revealed this week they have had to take the test for coronavirus every four days to make sure they are healthy enough to present.
Britain's Got Talent: The BGT 2020 judges. (Image: ITV)
Britain's Got Talent: Comedian Steve Royle is a BGT 2020 finalist.