Britain's Got Talent

Season 2 Episode 13


Aired Saturday 7:45 PM May 31, 2008 on ITV
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Ant and Dec host the grand final in which the 10 acts that have made it through the semi final rounds perform again live for the judges and viewers. After performing, viewers will vote for their favourite act and the act with the highest number of votes will be crowned winner of Britain's Got Talent 2008. The act will receive a cash prize of £100 000 and the chance to perform on stage at The Royal Variety Performance. The result is announced in the results show at 9:30p.m.moreless

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  • I loved it!

    I really thought that this final was much better than the previous show. Partly cos I love dancers, but also becauase I thought the violinists were amazing and looked great!!

    George was amazing though, his routine was brilliant and I was so happy that he won, I thought he really deserved it and worked so hard to get his routine spot on.

    I was quite please the choir boy didn't win, I didn't think he had the charisma to connect with the audience in the end, although he definately has talent and sings really well.

    Ant and Dec were brilliant as always!moreless
  • Whether you love it or hate it, there is no denying this show had the country talking!

    While listening to my local radio station on the Saturday afternoon of the final, the DJ was bemoaning this programme. Why was it on, why bother entering it and so on. He claimed he didn't watch it however, he knew most of the acts in the final, their names, what their act was etc. I'm sure that he, along with the rest of the country, were hooked to this amazing entertainment show. This was a fantastic final with 4 or 5 of the finalists deserving to win!

    I was delighted when, at last, Simon congratulated Kate for training her dog, Gin. Everyone was always talking about how fantastic the dog was, the next Lassie Simon called her, but there was very little credit for Kate training her dog to do these wonderful dances and jumps. That girl has a fantastic future ahead of her in the animal world and it's well deserved!

    I am also delighted that a non singer /non classical act won. I wanted Signature to win and was delighted to see them in the top 2. Well done to George as the boy danced his socks off!

    Andrew Johnson, Faryl Smith and Escala will reap the rewards of not wining by getting a contract with Simon.

    I'm already looking forward to next years compition. To be truthful, it's hard to see how it can be topped by this years final. I'm sure there are many Brittons already in training to prove me wrong!moreless

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