Britain’s Got Talent: The Champions: Five international acts to watch out for

Here are five acts on Britain’s Got Talent: The Champions that have already wowed international audiences.


Starting this weekend, BGT’s new all star series will see acts from across the world go head to head.

Contestants from the past 13 years of BGT as well as performers from Got Talent series from around the globe will face off in the ultimate competition.

At the end of it all, one act will be crowned Champion of Champions and walk away with a cash prize and the coveted trophy.

Here are five of the international acts to watch out for across the series…

Kseniya Simonova

Ukrainian sand artist Kseniya Simonova appears in the first episode this weekend having won the Got Talent series in her own country in 2009. Her unique act also saw Kseniya compete in the recent American version of The Champions where she made the final. Watch her original audition below…


The Nelson Twins

Alesha Dixon says of comedy duo The Nelson Twins from Australia: “They were utterly brilliant. Amanda kept saying to me, ‘What’s wrong with you?’ because I was belly laughing, they had me ugly crying! I don’t know what it was, I just found them so funny.” Watch their first audition from AGT below…


Alexa Lauenberger

Alexa Lauenberger from Germany appears with EIGHT dogs. David Walliams reveals: “Eight dogs! Eight! Until you have seen eight dogs doing the conga you have never really known joy. Alexa is a star too. I think the British public are going to adore this act. Everyone loves dogs, except my mum who prefers cats but cats can’t do a conga.”

Watch Alexa on German’s Got Talent show, Das Supertalent below…


Sacred Riana

Indonesian illusionist Sacred Riana could be the most terrifying performer yet on Britain’s Got Talent. The most viewed Got Talent act in history after winning Asia’s Got Talent, You can get a taste of her performance in the clip below…


Bello and Annaliese Nock

Bello and Annaliese Nock are an American father and daughter daredevil duo.

Dec shares: “I said to him that I’m scared to do a piggy back ride with my daughter and he’s chucking his around the air. I always thought that the great British eccentrics were a bit crazy on this island, but I think we’re actually quite reserved in comparison to some of the acts from around the world!”


See the above acts alongside many more from across the world and the UK as Britain’s Got Talent: The Champions airs on ITV.


The first heat takes place on Saturday, August 31.

Each week two acts will make it through to the grand final at the end of the series.