Amanda Holden, David Walliams and Ashley Banjo looked glamorous as they left the Britain’s Got Talent studios on Friday after filming ahead of tomorrow’s final.
The judges were joined by presenter Declan Donnelly as they made their exits in separate chauffeur-driven cars after making preparations for the big night.
David, 49, looked smart in a blue velvet suit and black satin bow-tie as he cuddled his beloved pooch while he headed home.
Exciting: Amanda Holden, David Walliams and Ashley Banjo looked glamorous as they left the Britain’s Got Talent studios after filming ahead of Saturday’s final
Amanda, 49, also made an appearance and looked as though she had changed into a comfy outfit as her driver took her away after a long day of rehearsals.
Meanwhile stand in judge Ashley, 32, looked in high spirits as he posed for cameras as he left the studio.
They were joined by the show’s finalists – variety act Steve Royle, dancing duo Aaron and Jasmine, magician Magical Bones comedy singer and performer, Jon Courtenay; and stand-up comedian, Nabil Abdulrashid.
Tired: Amanda, 49, also made an appearance and looked as though she had changed into a comfy outfit as her driver took her away after a long day of rehearsals
Confident: Meanwhile stand in judge Ashley, 32, looked in high spirits as he posed for cameras as he left the studio
Animated: The judges were joined by present Declan Donnelly, as they made their exits in separate chauffeur driven cars after making preparations for the big night
Simon Cowell is also set to throw his support behind the struggling theatre industry with a star-studded West End performance in the Britain’s Got Talent final on Saturday.
The performance – which will air live – will feature stage stars including Michael Ball, Matt Lucas and even Amanda Holden herself, performing songs from iconic musicals such as Les Miserables and The Phantom of the Opera.
The theatre industry has been one of the hardest hit by the COVID-19 pandemic, with many venues still closed after being forced to shut their doors in March.
Glam: David, 49, looked smart in a blue velvet suit and black satin bow tie as she cuddled his beloved pooch while he headed home
Big night: Dec smiled as he left the studios and had a face mask around his neck
Here we go! Ashley was nw to the talent show this year and has been acting as a stand in for Simon Cowell after he broke his back
Smart: David looked elegant in his suit which he teamed with a white shirt and black bow tie
Funny man: Stand-up comedian, Nabil Abdulrashid cut a casual figure in a black tshirt and jeans as he left the studios
Nervous? Comedy singer and performer, Jon Courtenay looked cool in a leather jacket and blue top
Good night? Warm up man Andy Collins looked smart in a green suit and waistcoat as he made his way home
Casual: Father and son magic duo James and Dylan Piper looked happy and relaxed as they left on Friday night
Ready to go! Dancing duo Aaron and Jasmine looked as quirky as ever in all black ensembles as they arrived earlier on Friday
Crew: Sing Along With US all donned matching white outfits and protective visors as they stepped out
After seven months of total shutdown, 60 performers have come together to conjure up the dazzling lights of the West End including Michael Ball, Matt Lucas, Carrie Hope Fletcher, John Owen-Jones, Shan Ako, Killian Donnelly, Zizi Strallen and Charlie Stemp.
BGT’s grand finale will air on Saturday, with 10 acts battling it out for the £250,000 prize and the chance to perform at the Royal Variety Show.
The series, which resumed filming last month, is set to come to a thrilling end with five acts voted through by the judges so far being confirmed to star in the final.
Five acts put through by the public vote across the series will go up against variety act Steve Royle, dancing duo Aaron and Jasmine, magician Magical Bones comedy singer and performer, Jon Courtenay; and stand-up comedian, Nabil Abdulrashid.
Home time: Nabil put his headphones on as he sat in the back of his chauffeur driven car to head home
Performance: Nabil along with the rest of the contestants will be heading home for some rest ahead of the finals
Heading home: Ashley looked excited and in a good mood ahead of the highly-anticipated show on Saturday
Team: Sing Along With Us changed into matching colourful ensembles before posing for photos
Good mood: Compere Andy donned a blue face mask as he left the studios on Friday night
Thumbs up: Dancer Jasmine showed fans she was excited and ready for business ahead of the finals in a BGT face mask
Home time: Sing Along With Us all looked like they had had a great day at the rehearsals on Friday
Precautions: The singing group all took safety measures very seriously in their protective visors
Safety: The stars wore face masks as a precaution as they stepped out on Friday night
Ready: Singer Jon smiled for the cameras as he left the building with a wheely suicase
Pose! Sing Along With Us showed no signs of tiredness after their long say rehearsing
Star: Nabil looked relaxed as he hopped into his waiting car to take him home ahead of his big performance