Britain’s Got Talent 2009 Winner (Video, Photos)

May 30, 2009
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Looking for the Britain’s Got Talent 2009 winner? See video, photos and find out the details on the Saturday May 30, 2009 Britain’s Got Talent Final. There are 10 finalists and one winner. Find out who it is here!

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The Britain’s Got Talent Winner is Diversity, the dance troupe (picture above). The other finalists are second place finalist Susan Boyle and third place finalist Julian Smith. See photos here and video of Diversity’s brilliant dance performance below along with more photos and video of the winners.

The 2009 Britain’s Got Talent has been a remarkable season, and the Saturday BGT final reveals the BGT 2009 winner, ending weeks of speculation. The global superstar who emerged from the BGT auditions, Susan Boyle is one of the 10 Britain’s Got Talent 2009 finalists. The Britain’s Got Talent 2009 winner is announced on the live results show on May 30, 2009, hosted by Ant and Dec with judges are Simon Cowell, Amanda Holden and Piers Morgan.

Who are the Britain’s Got Talent 2009 finalists? Here is the list among which we will find the Britain’s Got Talent Winner 2009. (Watch video of all of them here.)

Susan Boyle, 47-year-old singer from Blackburn, West Lothian, Scotland who by now needs no introduction as she has become a global phenomena, an international star, and viral video of her initial audition is among the most viewed in history. She is still a favorite.

Hollie Steel, 10-year-old singer performed remarkably in the initial audition only to falter and suffer a breakdown in the semi-final. Given a chance to perform again, the Hollie Steel semi-final performance brought her to the finals and makes her a strong contender.

Shaheen Jafargholi, a 12-year-old singer from Wales who delivered a semi-final performance of the Dreamgirls iconic song “And I’m Telling You I’m Not Going’ that won high praise from judges.

Shaun Smith, 17-year-old singer and rugby playing student from Lichfield with a soulful and mature voice beyond his years. Simon Cowell compared him to Mick Hucknall.

Aidan Davis, 11-year-old dancer who has delivered two exciting and confident performances, initially leading judges to say he is equal in talent to the 2008 Britain’s Got Talent winner George Sampson.

Diversity, a dance troupe from Essex and East London whose members range in age from 12 to 25 and whose semi-final performance exceeded their excellent initial audition.

Flawless, a dance troupe another strong dance group that is one to watch; the 11-member group from London has a mission is to inspire children from troubled neighborhoods to “chase the dream, not the competition.”

2 Grand, John Neill, 76, and granddaughter 12-year-old Sallie Lax, a singing duo from Doncaster. Their semi-final performance and heartrending back story (Neill is recently widowed and found solace in singing with his granddaughter), make them a sentimental favorite.

Julian Smith, 39, saxophonist from Birmingham who has had a livelong dream. Self-taught and in a competition that has seen contestants battle nerves has proven cool and steady in delivering stellar performances.

Stavros Flatley, 41-year-old Demtrios and Michalakis Andreas Demetriou, 13, father and son comedy dancers have delivered wildly popular, crowd pleasing performances of unique Greek dancing.

It all comes to a grand final on May 30, 2009 as the Britain’s Got Talent 2009 winner receives a cash prize of £100,000 and will perform for the Queen at the Royal Variety Show.

Here are more photos Britain’s Got Talent 2009 winners, Diversity and runner up Susan Boyle along with the Britain’s Got Talent 2009 winner video below.

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Photos: www.wenn.com/Daniel Deme



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8 Responses to “Britain’s Got Talent 2009 Winner (Video, Photos)”

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    Tania da Silva Says:

    why Diversity? they show a rotine performance compered from flawless, wasn’t fair, why flawless didn’t go to three final if they was the one that the audience vibrate more? what about Susan boyle that show more talent with her voice than Diversity. Is boring whatch this

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    Sarah Wyatt Says:

    Diversity deserved it they were fantastic, but hats off to Julian and his saxaphone he was fabulous and we would buy his album tomorrow.

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    Jules Savko Says:

    The right group won! I loved every awesome routine they came up with and the execution was brilliant tonight! I agree with Sarah Wyatt… I would buy Julian’s cd in a heartbeat!

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    andy stewart Says:

    I was shocked to hear that Susan sang ‘I dreamed a dream’ again, but i have now just heard a whisper that ALL the acts on the final had to do the same performance as they did on their first audition. Is this so??? I am in Australia and they are just telling us bits and pieces.

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    Patricia Says:

    Andy, some of the performers did repeat their original audition performances, but others did not, so it doesn’t seem that there was a particular rule one way or the other.

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    david Says:

    shocked that diversity won, i never checked them out i thought susan had it in the bag. i have faith she will become sucessful despite her loss.. good luck to susan

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    andy stewart Says:

    Thanks for that Patricia. If there was a choice to perform a new song, I cant help think she should have done so. That could have secured her first place.

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    Albert Says:

    Congratulations to Diversity, they certainly deserved the reward for their hard work. For me, the surprise packet that I look forward to hearing and develop over the years is Hollie Steel, I love her smooth fluent voice, it’s rare