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Britain’s Got Talent Final: Introducing the Talented Finalists



The excitement of Britain’s Got Talent 2023 has captivated fans as remarkable acts took the stage to impress the esteemed judges. However, while all the performers were extraordinary, only one can claim the ultimate title, which will be bestowed upon them during the highly anticipated BGT live grand final as reported by The Scottish Sun.

When is Britain’s Got Talent Final 2023?

From May 29 to June 2, 2023, the Britain’s Got Talent semi-finals are being held. These semi-finals allow viewers to choose their favourite acts who will advance to become the BGT 2023 finalists. The live final is scheduled for Sunday, June 4, 2023, from 7:30 PM until 10 PM. The thrilling moments can be enjoyed by tuning in to ITV and ITVX.

Who is in the Britain’s Got Talent Final 2023?

Throughout the semi-finals, two acts from each night secure their spot in the final. The following acts have successfully made it to this stage:


Amy Lou – a talented singer from Tipton, West Midlands.
Musa Motha – a professional dancer from London.

Also Read: South African Dancer Musa Motha Sparkles on Britain’s Got Talent

Meet Amy Lou:

Amy Lou, who was pregnant during her first audition, astounded the judges with her exceptional performance, showcasing her incredible talent alongside her prominent baby bump. The tanning shop receptionist left the judges in awe, earning four yeses from Simon Cowell and his fellow judges. But, to everyone’s surprise, Amy Lou gave birth just hours after her audition aired on ITV. Undeterred by the challenges of motherhood, she returned for the semi-finals, delivering a powerful rendition of “And I Am Telling You I’m Not Going,” which once again garnered a standing ovation from the judges.

Meet Musa Motha:


Musa Motha, a professional dancer from Johannesburg, South Africa, now resides in London. At the age of 11, Musa was diagnosed with Oesteosacorma, a form of bone cancer, which led to the amputation of his leg as a life-saving measure. Despite this adversity, Musa discovered his passion for music and dance, embracing street dancing in 2010. During his original audition, he moved the studio audience and judges to tears with his graceful performance to Naughty Boy and Beyonce’s “Runnin.” Many hailed him as an inspiration.

Reflecting on his journey, Musa shared, “After my amputation, I fell in love with music. My friends were dancing at the time, and I asked them to teach me to dance. This is the perfect time to reach out to more people and inspire them.”

As Britain’s Got Talent 2023 final approaches, the nation eagerly awaits to witness the remarkable talents of Amy Lou, Musa Motha, and other exceptional finalists.

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