Last month we took a look at where last year's Britain's Got Talent finalists had ended up. In this second part, with just a few days before the show returns, we see what some of the finalists from the older series are up to today, including Series 1 champion Paul Potts.
If you've ever wondered 'What happened to...?' then look no further...
Since her first audition Susan Boyle’s meteoric rise to fame has been nothing short of remarkable. A series three runner-up, Susan’s I Dreamed A Dream became the fastest selling UK album of all time. 2010 was a massive year for Susan; she performed for the Pope, was voted the seventh Most Influential Person In The World by Time Magazine, and became only the third person ever to top both the UK and US album charts twice in the same year!
The lads with the liquid limbs, fronted by the charismatic Ashley Banjo, have continued to delight audiences since they were crowned Britain’s Got Talent champions in 2009.
After dancing for the Queen at the Royal Variety Performance and becoming ambassadors for the Change4Life initiative, the boys embarked on a sell-out nationwide tour followed by an appearance in the movie StreetDance 3D. The busy boys also found time to release a fitness DVD... phew!
George caused a big splash in 2008 body-popping his way into our hearts with his memorable Singin’ In The Rain routine. Since then the teenager’s dancing feet have barely touched the ground, with starring roles onstage - Into The Hoods , the big screen – StreetDance 3D, and on TV – Waterloo Road. This year has also seen George strut his stuff at the Sunshine Concert, for the Rays of Sunshine Children’s Charity.
Check out George Sampon's winning performance on the Britain's Got Talent 2008 live final...