They came up with plans to prevent suicide and tackle climate change. Then on Day 4 of the reality TV challenge came a final twist when one of the contestants was found dead in a hotel room.
The cast of Britain’s Got Talent was given an epic week and then had to find the way to escape the competition. But only one of them made it home.
The final four were each challenged to make the ultimate leap of faith and perform a dance sequence in front of millions of people.
The results: A pair of men who’d been stuck in the middle of South America, and the two women who’d been unable to go on the trip to Australia.
So who made it home? Read on to find out:
Finn made it through to the top prize to win a place on Britain’s Got Talent. He got a lot of support from the judging panel during the week, but came out on top in the public vote. A trained musician and former football player, Finn, from St. John’s, New Brunswick, Canada, was determined to use his talents in the new challenge to bring his family and friends the best gift he could.
Benjamin, 16, is a budding artist and a member of the boy band 4Neat.com. He was a member of the team which found a way to escape Britain’s Got Talent. Benjamin told judges Simon Cowell and Amanda Holden: “I won’t be singing or dancing in front of millions, instead I’m going to try and make something out of it.”
Alessandro, 27, was born in the US but spent a week in Cardiff teaching people about the environment. He was named Britain’s Got Talent’s most inspirational act after his performance of ‘The Sun Never Sets’ during the competition.
Cara, 32, found fame as a contestant on The X Factor and is a former professional dancer, having participated in the