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The grand finale of Britain's Got Talent 2024 is set to air on Sunday night, where the winner will finally be unveiled. The competition has been fierce, with 10 diverse and talented acts making

it to the final round. Among the finalists are a choir, a magician, a Ghanaian dance duo, and a Japanese skipping group.

Judges Simon Cowell, Bruno Tonioli, Alesha Dixon, and Amanda Holden will return for the climactic episode, with Ant and Dec hosting the event. The victor of the 17th series will receive a £250,000 cash prize and the prestigious opportunity to perform at the Royal Variety Performance.

As the live show unfolds, public voting will open, giving viewers at home the power to decide the winner.

Among the standout performers is Jack Rhodes from Ulverston, Cumbria, who captivated audiences and judges with his daring "crate of death" stunt. Simon Cowell has tipped him as a favorite to win.

However, the competition is tough, with acts like Northants Sings Out, a choir from Northamptonshire that reached the finals through a public vote after a judge's split decision in the semi-finals. They are in the running to become the first choir to ever win BGT.

Friday's semi-final saw comedian Alex Mitchell and magician Trixy secure their spots in the final. Mitchell charmed the audience with his humorous take on his autism and tics, earning the most public votes. Trixy impressed the judges with a mathematically themed performance, edging out musicians Stefan & Denise for a place in the final.

Additionally, Ant and Dec announced that a wildcard act, chosen by the judges, will join the finalists. This wildcard will be revealed during Sunday's show.

The full list of BGT 2024 finalists includes:

Singer: Innocent Masuku

Performance Troupe: Ssaulabi

Magician: Jack Rhodes

Double Dutch group: Haribow

Singer: Sydnie Christmas

Singing Impersonator: Mike Woodhams

Dancing duo: Abigail & Afronitaaa

Choir: Northants Sings Out

Comedian: Alex Mitchell

Magician: Trixy

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