The Hungarian group of shadow dancers are odds-on to win the show and are feeling the pressure.
Despite this being their third time of making the live shows on Got Talent, having previously competed in the Hungarian and German versions, Attraction are still nervous.
They confessed: “It’s high pressure, it’s two minutes to change our lives and it’s really important.”
Reports claim that Attraction's final performance will showcase Britain as a thanks to those who have voted them through this far, with the Queen and the London Olympics both featuring.
Teasing their third and final story ahead of this evening's final, the group said: “There is a big pressure for us. I hope our final performance will be a big surprise for the British public."
However, Attraction's odds are drifting ahead of tonight's final according to Ladbrokes.
The shadow dance troupe remain the red-hot favourites to be crowned as this year's winners, however in the past 48 hours Attraction have drifted slightly to 2/7 in the betting.
Jack Carroll's sitting pretty in second position at 5/1, whilst Richard and Adam appear to be struggling to drum up support with the general public as only 15 bets have been placed on the duo in the last seven days.
Joseph Hall is strongly fancied by the firm to waltz his way into this final as the wildcard act, and should he do so it's a 66/1 chance the wildcard winner causes an upset to the odds by winning BGT.
Jessica Bridge of Ladbrokes said: "The stats are against Attraction as only one favourite has gone on to win BGT since the show started, but we're fairly confident Attraction will buck the trend on Saturday night."
She added: "Their only real competition is Jack, the public love him and in reality the final could be a lot tighter than what the odds suggest."
The Britain's Got Talent 2013 final airs Saturday, June 8 on ITV.
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