Comedian Jack Carroll is back on the BGT stage after six years, and he's all grown up. Jack was 14 years old when he came in second place on Season 7 of the series. He's now 20, and he's competing on BGT: The Champions this weekend.\n\n\n\nJack has cerebral palsy, and frequently jokes about it in his act. His self-deprecating comedy is similar to fellow Got Talent comedians like Lost Voice Guy, Drew Lynch, and Ryan Niemiller. \n\n\n\n\nhttps:\/\/www.youtube.com\/watch?v=taTSxDVEHRM\n\n\n\n\nWho Is 'BGT' Comedian Jack Carroll?\n\n\n\nJack auditioned for BGT in 2013, when he was just 14 years old. He introduced himself with a joke, telling the judges he was a professional gymnast. As he explained, he's had cerebral palsy since he was born, and can only get around with the help of a walking frame or wheelchair.\n\n\n\nAll four judges voted "yes" to send Jack through after his audition. David Walliams called him a "comedy genius." Jack went on to be the runner-up for his season, losing to Hungarian shadow performers Attraction.\n\n\n\n\nhttps:\/\/www.instagram.com\/p\/B1bPgZ3BGeR\/\n\n\n\n\nWhat Has Jack Carroll Been Up To Since BGT?\n\n\n\nSince appearing on BGT, Jack has continued performing stand-up comedy and has also done quite a bit of acting. He's appeared on the TV series Ministry of Curious Stuff and Trollied.\n\n\n\nMore recently, Jack appeared in the film Eaten By Lions. He also has a good relationship with BGT judge David Walliams, who he says gives him advice. David also wrote him a part in his sitcom Big School.\n\n\n\n\nhttps:\/\/www.youtube.com\/watch?v=WJrV-ptv28Q\n\n\n\n\nJack Carroll Returns For 'BGT: The Champions'\n\n\n\nJack is on the lineup for this Saturday's new episode of BGT: The Champions. He'll be competing for one of two spots in the finals. The show released a preview of his performance, in which he talks about going clubbing.\n\n\n\n"I'm a little bit older now, old enough to go clubbing," Jack says in the clip, "which is difficult as a sober, disabled person, because all I get is people coming up to me going, 'Jack, are you drinking?' I have to go, 'No, mate, this is just how I walk normally.'"\n\n\n\nWatch Jack on BGT: The Champions this Saturday at 8:15 pm on ITV and STV.