BGT’s shadow dancers Attraction have magnetic appeal with British routine

Hungarian shadow dancers Attraction proved they’ve got the magnetic force that could see them catapult their way into the lead winner’s position on tonight’s Britain’s Got Talent final.

The troupe, which is made up full-time entertainers who tell their own personal stories through the movement of their bodies, have been a massive hit with the audience every since their first audition. Watch it now.

[Also check out Attraction’s semi-final performance now to see what all the fuss is about.](

Tonight the shadow dancers returned with another mesmerising routine, this time centred around what makes Britain wonderful, performing a patriotic tribute to the sounds of Land of Hope and Glory

Charting key moments in history, such as the moment Neville Chamberlain announced Britain was at war with Germany, or Queen Elizabeth’s coronation following her father’s unexpected death, they told a moving story through the medium of shadow dance.

Once again, the judges were thoroughly won over, with a near-to-tears Amanda telling the group: “Oh my goodness, you couldn’t have done a better performance.

“I’m already enormously proud to be British and you made that even bigger today. We are in a crippling economy, the country is on its knees, and then you bring that out.

“You embraced Britain and we embrace you back.”

Simon Cowell added: “I could not think of a better way to end those finals, and for you guys to come from another country and pay respect to us in that ways is fantastic. You really know yow to pull at the heartstrings.”

He continued: “You absolutely deserve to be there, I thought we had seen the winner and now I’ve changed my mind!”

David Walliams then gave his feedback, telling the group: “What I really love is time you’ve come out and done something really different and really reinvented what you do, and that was really fantastic.

“I know all across the country people will be in floods of tears.”

Alesha Dixon finished off the feedback by simply saying: “Attraction that was by far for me the main attraction tonight. It was so moving. The judges have said it all. That was epic.”

Attraction are hotly tipped to walk away with the winner’s title on tonight’s Britain’s Got Talent. But only the public can decide who they want to be named 2013 champions.

The shadow dancers are up against: ventriloquist and wildcard act Steve Hewlitt, young dance troupe Pre-Skool, singer Jordan O’Keefe, singer Gabz, singer Asanda, singer Arisxandra, impressionist Francine Lewis, singers Richard & Adam, band Luminites, and young comedian Jack Carroll. Only one can win – who will it be?

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