BGT 2013: Richard and Adam get egg on their faces during final performance

Simon Cowell was left furious during Richard and Adam’s final Britain’s Got Talent performance when a woman from the audience ran on stage and threw eggs at the pair.

The talented singing duo were left stunned by the woman’s antics, and as she was dragged off stage, the boys acted like pros and continued with their performance, delivering an astounding rendition of classic track The Impossible Dream from musical Man of La Mancha.

The brothers, who work in a sandwich shop, left the judges stunned during their first Britain’s Got Talent audition, and the judges were left astonished tonight with their strong powerful voices, giving them a standing ovation.

Simon, who had also had eggs thrown at him, was furious over the earlier incident and said: “I sent a tweet out yesterday saying I don’t like eggs and I really don’t like eggs now!”

He then went on to praise the boys’ performance and added: “That was so much better than anything I have heard from you before.

“I don’t think you’re the best singers but you have determination and the public will root for you. I think you can win this competition after that.”

David also loved the performance and added: “When you guys first appeared on BGT people were talking about you two and that was amazing, so well done guys."

Alesha told the delighted duo: “Your voices just move me and you were so good. I’m sorry about what happened but you carried on and were wonderful so well done.”

Amanda was delighted with the performance and added: “There’s something magical about you, and the only person with egg on their face is that stupid cow [from the audience]. Well done.”

Richard and Adam were really happy with the judges’ comments, and as their nan cheered them on they said: “It’s been absolutely amazing and incredible so thanks so much everybody for everything.”

Richard and Adam are one of several singing acts in this year's Britain's Got Talent along with Asanda, Gabz, Jordan O'Keefe and Arisxandra, and they also go up against dance troupes Pre-skool and Attraction, wildcard act Steve Hewlitt, comedian Jack Carroll, impressionist Francine Lewis and band Luminites.

The boys sailed into the final after an amazing semi-final performance, but will they be victorious tonight in being crowned the winners of Britain’s Got Talent 2013? Keep watching the show on STV to find out!

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