‘AGT’ Legends Paul Zerdin and Deadly Games (Without Anna) On ‘BGT Champions’! Here’s The Scoop
BGT: The Champions kicked off this past weekend with several talented acts from Got Talent shows around the world (See here). The second week of this all-stars edition will feature two acts familiar to AGT audiences. Paul Zerdin and Deaddly Games amongst others.
Ventriloquist Paul Zerdin and danger act Deadly Games will take the Britain’s Got Talent stage this Saturday. However, there’s a bit of a twist with one of the acts that will stand out to American viewers. Read on to find out the scoop.
Who’s Performing On ‘BGT: Champions’ Week 2?
The following acts will be performing on Britain’s Got Talent: The Champions this Saturday, in a pre-recorded episode.
100 Voices of Gospel, a choir from BGT
Alexa Lauenberger, a dog act from Das Supertalent in Germany
Antonio Sorgentone, a singer and pianist from Italia’s Got Talent
Jai McDowall, a singer and BGT winner
Deadly Games, a knife-throwing act from AGT
Gao Lin & Liu Xin, an acrobatic duo from BGT
Lost Voice Guy, a comedian and BGT winner
MerseyGirls, a dance group from BGT
Paul Zerdin, a ventriloquist and AGT winner
Two of this week’s acts will move on to the finals — the Golden Buzzer act, and an act chosen by the audience vote.
Paul Zerdin And Deadly Games Take On ‘BGT’ Champions
You might recognize British ventriloquist Paul Zerdin as the Season 10 winner of America’s Got Talent. His funny routines clearly entertained American audiences, and Paul returned earlier this year for AGT: The Champions.
Paul didn’t make it to the finals of AGT‘s all-stars season, but could BGT: The Champions be different? We’ll have to wait and see.
He’ll be competing against Deadly Games, who appeared on AGT Season 11, as well as AGT: The Champions. This sexy knife-throwing act was eliminated in the semifinals their first time around, but received the Golden Buzzer from Heidi Klum during the Champions round.
Where Is Anna From Deadly Games?
On AGT, married couple Alfredo and Anna Silva performed as Deadly Games. However, they announced after the Champions season aired that they had separated, and that Alfredo would continue to perform with his new partner.
That new partner turned out to be aerialist and Season 8 Poland’s Got Talent winner Aleksandra Kiedrowicz. Alfredo and Aleksandra were apparently working together before the AGT: Champions season even filmed, implying that he and Anna were already broken up at the time.
Anna, meanwhile, has teamed up with fellow AGT alum Emily England, of the extreme rollerblading duo Billy & Emily England (who are also competing on BGT: Champions). Their new act is called Anna & Emily’s Practical Magic. Maybe we’ll see them on a future AGT season?
Check out Paul Zerdin, Deadly Games, and the rest of the lineup on BGT: The Champions this Saturday on ITV.