Loveable Rogues Sail Through To BGT Final
11-year-old singer Molly Rainford also heads to Saturday's finale...
Britain fell for the Britain's Got Talent final.
The Essex boys performed their own song, David Walliams called them "funny" and "sexy", Alesha Dixon thought the track was "quintessentially English", and Amanda Holden described the band as "Simon Cowell has already got his eye on the boyband. Gushing that they were "brilliant, brilliant, brilliant", as the music mogul added: "You're current, I know exactly who you should be working with on your first album."
The Loveable lads were barely able to speak as it was announced that they were going through, but just managed to describe their feelings as: "Decent, banging!"
With the Loveable Rogues certain of a place in the final, the judges' decision was split between the Twist and Pulse Dance Company and 11-year-old singer Molly Rainford.
Though the dance troupe were praised for their 'creative' and 'original' routine, it was Molly who impressed with a slow version of It Must Have Been Love that took the second place in Saturday's finale having received the most public votes.
An ecstatic and emotional Molly said: "That's just amazing, I can't believe it, I want to thank the voters so much. Without them I probably wouldn't be in the final."
Leaving the competition yesterday were hip-hopping pensioners The Zimmers, xylophonist Ashley Elliot, spectacular dance group Area 51, contortionist Lucky, and singers Honey Shazad and Dennis Egel.