What Britain’s Got Talent’s child stars look like now as they return to the stage


A host of former child stars returned to Britain’s Got Talent stage this year.

Britain’s Got Talent: The Champions saw a number of acts from the past 13 years of BGT compete to be crowned the ultimate champion.

Ant and Dec hosted the show with Simon Cowell, Alesha Dixon, Amanda Holden and David Walliams as judges.

Contestants competed in a series of heats with both the judges and studio audience picking one act each to make the grand final.

The show saw a number of familiar faces return, including child stars such as Connie Talbot.

Connie won the nation’s hearts as an adorable six-year-old on the ITV talent contest’s first series in 2007.

Now 18, Connie chose to return with an original song – a bold move when you’re playing to 6,000 people at Wembley Arena.

Also back on the BGT stage in 2019 was comedian Jack Carroll, who made the live final of BGT in 2013 when he was 14.

Another act we were reunited with was former Britain’s Got Talent winner George Sampson.

The dancer won the second series of Britain’s Got Talent in 2008, aged just 14.

Meanwhile, Bars & Melody made a comeback with their own original song.

The musical duo – made up of Leondre Devries and Charlie Lenehan – first made the final of Britain’s Got Talent in 2014.

Facing the judges once again for the Champions series, the pair performed their new song Waiting For The Sun.

You can watch the child stars of BGT return to the stage in the video above.

> Britain’s Got Talent: The Champions contestants, results and winner from All Star series.

Britain’s Got Talent airs on ITV.

You can catch up on the recent Champions series in full now via the ITV Hub.

Meanwhile, a brand new series of Britain’s Got Talent will air in 2020.