Best Moments of Britain's Got Talent

Best Moments of Britain's Got Talent

Britain’s Got Talent came bursting back on to our screens at the beginning of April for its 10th Series.  After 10 years, it’s safe to say that the show has shown us almost every talent imaginable (as well as a fair share of untalented acts too).

Here is a look back on what we think are some of the best bits of Britain’s Got Talent over the last 10 years:

Susan Boyle

You can mention Britain’s Got Talent without mentioning SuBo.  The Scottish singer wowed everyone at her first audition with her rendition of “I dreamed a dream” from famous musical Les Miserables.  No one expected much from Susan at first glance – but she blew everyone away and went on to come second in the competition in 2009.

Paddy and Nico

Who could forget Paddy Jones the ‘dancing granny’ from 2014. Despite being 80 Paddy dazzled the judges with her salsa dancing – Amanda Holden used her golden buzzer to send the pair straight through to the Semi-finals.  Yet another act that proved that appearances aren’t always what they seem, the duo went on to finish 9th overall on the 8th series of the show.

Diversity

Another act from the 3rd series of the show, Diversity were the winners in 2009 just beating Susan Boyle to the top spot.  A dance troop from London, their routines were creative and mind-bogglingly complicated at times – who could forget when they manage to recreate the judges pressing their buzzers  

Ashleigh and Pudsey

There have been quite a few dogs on Britain’s Got Talent over the years, but Pudsey became the first dog to win the competition along with his owner Ashleigh in 2012.  The pair captured the nation’s hearts with their amazing bond as well as their dances and tricks, and they have gone on to tour the world showing off their talent. 

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