WATCH ‘BGT’ Winners Collabro Return For ‘Champions’ With A Queen Classic

Jill O'Rourke
Be the First to Comment
ITV

Singing group Collabro is returning to the BGT stage five years after winning the competition. They’re performing in the final round of preliminaries on BGT: The Champions, with the hope of making it through to the finals.


Only two acts from this Saturday’s show will move on to the final round — the Golden Buzzer act and the audience choice. Will these talented singers make the cut? Read on to find out more about them, and watch a sneak peek of their performance.

Collabro auditions for “BGT” in 2014.

Who Is Collabro?

Collabro is a singing group that won Britain’s Got Talent in 2014. The group was formed just a month before their audition. Their first performance on the show was to “Stars” from the musical Les Misérables. They received a standing ovation and four “yes” votes from the judges.

The group went on to release several albums and go on tour. Although there were originally five members, The Mirror reports that Richard Hadfield left the group in 2016 after a falling out. That means only four members are performing on BGT: The Champions — Michael Auger, Jamie Lambert, Matthew Pagan and Thomas J. Redgrave.


Collabro performs on “BGT: The Champions.”

Collabro Performs On ‘BGT: The Champions’

They may be down one singer since they last appeared, but Collabro still sounds amazing. In a sneak peek from this Saturday’s BGT: The Champions, the group performs “Who Wants to Live Forever” by Queen.

The group stands on the stage in a cloud of fog surrounded by blue lasers. The audience is so impressed by the performance that they applaud while the men are singing. Judge Alesha Dixon also looks captivated by them. Will it be enough to send the group through to the finals?

Watch a new episode of BGT: The Champions this Saturday night at 8:30 pm on ITV and STV to find out.


Let us know what you feel about this article
+1
0
+1
0
+1
0
+1
0
+1
0
+1
0

Subscribe for Latest Update!
Join the Fun!!