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Meet your Britain’s Got Talent: The Champions finalists ahead of next week’s show

BRITAIN’S Got Talent: The Champions now has SIX finalists through to the final shwo, with Darcy Oake and Paddy and Nico the latest acts through to the grand final of the ITV series.

So who are all the acts through so far? Here's the lowdown.

Who is in the Britain's Got Talent: The Champions final so far?

We're three weeks down and already six acts have made it through to the final of Britain's Got Talent: The Champions.

Two acts each week head to the final, with the first chosen via the judges' Golden Buzzer and the second voted for by the superfans in the audience.

Here we take you through who is still in the running of gaining the Champions crown.

Paddy & Nico 

In 2014, Paddy and Nico competed in the eighth series of Britain's Got Talent, where they finished ninth overall.

They were awarded the coveted Golden Buzzer by Amanda Holden.

The dancing duo consist of Paddy who is 85-years-old and Nico, who is 40 years younger at 45.

Paddy is the current Guinness World Record holder for the Oldest Acrobatic Salsa Dancer.

Darcy Oake

Darcy is an illusionist from Canada.

In his audition for BGT 2014, he impressed both the judges and the audience, to the extent that Simon Cowell said he was "without question the best magician ever on Britain's Got Talent."

That same year he had his own ITV show called Darcy Oake: Edge of Reality, which was hosted by Christine Lampard.

Alexa Lauenburger

The 11-year-old German contestant, who previously won her country's version of BGT, bagged herself a place in the grand final in week two.

She performed with her eight dogs, involving flips, tricks and dances.

Her routine wowed hosts Anthony McPartlin and Declan Donnelly, who awarded her the Golden Buzzer.

Mersey Girls

The all-female dance group beat the likes of BGT 2018 winner Lost Voice Guy in week two to win a spot in the final.

They were announced as being in the top three with Italy's Got Talent winner Antonio Sorgentone and America's Got talent winner and ventriloquist Paul Zerdin.

But the girl group came out on top in the superfan vote.

For dancer Julia Carlile, who was told she may never dance again due to her scoliosis, this was, of course, the icing on the cake.

Kseniya Simonova

It was all about the overseas acts in week one of Britain’s Got Talent: The Champions, with Kseniya Simonova nabbing the Golden Buzzer, courtesy of Amanda Holden.

The former winner of Ukraine’s Got Talent put on an incredible show, dedicated to the sick children she works with, in a moving sand art performance.

After Amanda pressed the Golden Buzzer for Kseniya, the mother-of-two said that talent comes in all shapes and sizes - even with the simple use of sand.

“Your sort of quiet skill requires no language, no nothing,” she shared.

“This is the champion of champions, with all nationalities, we’re going across the world. Your performance, nothing needed explaining, you did it all with just sand.”

Simon Cowell admitted he would have pressed the Golden Buzzer after being moved by Kseniya's touching performance.

Bello and Annaliese Nock

Bello and Annaliese Nock spun around on The Wheel of Death and straight into the final in week one with their electrifying and daring act.

Their mixture of humour and danger were a big hit with fans of the show.

The two originally appeared on America’s Got Talent, so Simon would have already been familiar with their work prior to seeing their shock performance on stage.

While Bello and Annaliese didn't get the Golden Buzzer, they were placed in the top three along with two other BGT veterans - Boogie Storm and Ashleigh and Sully.

But the American father and daughter act got the nod in the superfan vote.

Fans must already be wondering how they are going to top their first performance.

When is Britain’s Got Talent: The Champions on TV?

Britain's Got Talent continues NEXT WEEK (Saturday, September 21) on ITV with episode four.

Nine acts will be vying to get into the final with the series running for a total of six weeks.

With this in mind, the show is likely to end on October 5, 2019.

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