Who won BGT 2012 final?
Series 6 (2012): Ashleigh and Pudsey The first dog act to win Britain’s Got Talent – beating operatic duo Jonathan and Charlotte – Ashleigh Butler and her dog Pudsey have remained popular.
Did Jonathan and Charlotte win Britain’s Got Talent 2012?
They finished as runners-up in the sixth series of Britain’s Got Talent in 2012, being beaten by dancing dog act Ashleigh and Pudsey. At the time, they were aged 17 and 16 respectively. Despite not winning, the young duo were offered a £1 million record deal by Simon Cowell on his record label Syco.
Where is Razy Gogonea now?
Razy Gogonea is a dancer who finished fourth in Britain’s Got Talent on Series 5. He is originally from Romania, but now lives in Manchester.
Who won Britains Got Talent 2011?
singer Jai McDowall
The fifth series was won by singer Jai McDowall, with singer Ronan Parke finishing in second place, and boyband New Bounce placing third. During its broadcast, the series averaged around 10.9 million viewers, and was the first in the show’s history to be aired in high definition.
Who was the winner of Britains Got Talent 2012?
An emotional Ashleigh, who is due to sit her AS Levels next week, was lost for words after finding out she had won the £500,000 prize. Impressive: Ashleigh and Pudsey wowed the viewers and the judges with their routine to the Mission: Impossible theme.
When did Ashleigh and Pudsey win Britains Got Talent?
Ashleigh and Pudsey won the show in 2012, and the lovely Pudsey died in 2017. (Image: Ken McKay / Rex Features) Simon Cowell finally got his wish for a winning dog act when Ashleigh and Pudsey beat off the competition in 2012.
Who are the judges on Britain’s Got Talent?
Simon Cowell, Amanda Holden, Alesha Dixon and David Walliams have found some incredible talent over the years – and we’d better give some credit to original judge Piers Morgan as well. As the show has built in popularity so has the prize money, with the first five winners getting £100,000.
Who was the oldest person to win Britains Got Talent?
Chelsea Pensioner Colin Thackery has become the oldest winner of Britain’s Got Talent. As well as winning a slot performing in front of the Queen at the Royal Variety Performance, he will also bank a cheque for £250,000.