Stavros Flatley sign up for Britain’s Got Talent: The Champions
The quirky duo first took part in Britain’s Got Talent in 2009 with their father and son dance routine.
Demi Demetriou and son Lagi performed Michael Flatley’s Lord Of The Dance at their first audition before making it through to the live finals.
However, they finished fourth behind saxophonist Julian Smith, dance troupe Diversity and winner Susan Boyle.
A source told Daily Star Online: “Stavros Flatley have signed up to take part in Britain’s Got Talent: The Champions.
“Stavros Flatley have signed up to take part in Britain’s Got Talent: The Champions”
“They are one of the most iconic names ever to take part in the show so signing them up to the show was a no brainer for Simon.
“A lot of other names are still in the mix but Stavros Flatley are locked in.”
A second source added: “They will be a perfect addition to the show, everyone will love them.”
Susan Boyle has already been confirmed to take part in the show.
Speaking during the BGT 2019 final after Susan perfromed with Michael Ball, co-host Ant McPartlin said: “Susan is one the amazing acts who will be appearing on a very special new show coming up later on the year called Britain’s Got Talent: The Champions.
“The finest acts of the last 13 years of BGT will compete with some of the best acts from around the world to find the ultimate champion. We can’t wait for that.”
Ant and Dec are also confirmed to host the show which airs later this year on ITV.
Earlier this year Britain’s Got Talent 2018 winner Lost Voice Guy – whose real name is Lee Ridley – and Susan Boyle took part in America’s Got Talent: The Champions.
The series was won by 27-year-old magician Shin Lim.
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