Britain’s Got Talent: The Champions explosive first look reveals legendary line–up as it kicks off on August 31st

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    Britain’s Got Talent: The Champions explosive first look has confirmed a legendary line-up before it kicks off on August 31st.

    Stars such as father and son duo Stavros Flately, George Sampson and Paul Potts appear in the teaser, which aired on Good Morning Britain today.

    Ant and Dec are back with the first look of the BGT: The Champions

    The dramatic clip opened with Geordie favourites Ant and Dec waving huge Union Jack flags before some of the most well-loved acts from over the past 13 series are seen battling it out to be crowned the champion.

    The judges – Simon Cowell, Amanda Holden, Alesha Dixon and David Walliams – are all seen pulling a variety of excited and horrified facial expressions as the action gets underway.

    Other acts taking part include magician Ben Hart, dance duo Twist and Pulse and 2014 winners Collabro.

    Comedians Lost Voice Guy and Jack Caroll will compete against Ashleigh Butler and her new dog Sully – after Pudsey died.

    Stavros Flatly takes to the floor once again
    Alesha Dixon is back cheering
    There are epic dance acts

    As the teaser aired, words popped up that read: “For over six weeks the best of British will be taking on the world. Who will be crowned the ultimate champion?”

    The series has already in fact been filmed and someone has already been crowned the winner but last month we revealed ITV bosses were left fuming after the winner of the show told fans they had won.

    After being crowned the victor, the bungling act leaked the result of the long-anticipated show by parading around with the trophy outside Wembley Arena.

    Colin Thackery belts out a tune
    George Sampson pulls off some iconic moves in water
    Twist and Pulse do some more twisting and pulsing


    A source told The Sun Online: “Bosses are absolutely furious at the winner.

    “There’s no way they should have done that, and producers rang them immediately and told them off.

    “It ruins viewers’ enjoyment of the show if they know who wins.

    “Bosses are now hoping that the leak doesn’t spread and fans won’t have the ending of the show spoilt for them.”


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