List of Britain's Got Talent finalists (series 2)
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Andrew Muir is a singer from Fauldhouse, West Lothian, previously a plumber. After his audition when he sang 'Rewind', Simon Cowell stated he had 'no confidence' but he liked the fact he was humble. In the semi-final, he sang 'Last Request', but despite good comments from Amanda Holden and Piers Morgan, Cowell criticised his song choice, and the shoes and watch he was wearing. He landed in the top 3, and all three judges opted to send him through to the final over Jeremy Lynch. He sang 'Imagine' in the final and Holden and Cowell were again to criticise his song choice. He worked with Songphonic after the show.
Cheeky Monkeys were a dance duo consisting of Charlie Dixon (born 1999) and Krista Hyatt (born 1999) from Colne.
In their audition aired in April 2008 they performed to "Shout! Shout! (Knock Yourself Out)". Simon Cowell stated that they should fire their choreographer. Piers Morgan gave them a no because he felt they weren't ready. Amanda gave them a yes, and Cowell, although he felt they weren't given a good enough dance routine, decided to give them a second chance. They made it through to the next round and then the semi-finals.
In their semi-final appearance on 27 May 2008, they performed to "Lollipop" and received much larger praise. Morgan admitted he was wrong in saying they weren't good enough, and Cowell teased the duo asking if they were boyfriend/girlfriend. He concluded by saying that they were his favorite performance of the night at the time. The pair hugged upon hearing the comments.
With Andrew Johnston already through, it was down to the judges to choose between them and Flava. Morgan opted for Flava, and Holden and Cowell opted for the Cheeky Monkeys, sending them to the final. They performed to 'We Go Together' in the final, but finished outside the top three.
They made an appearance in the film Nativity!. They appeared on NBC's "World's Most Talented Kids". It was stated in 2011 that the duo weren't performing together any more because Charlie had been offered a scholarship at the Hammond School in Cheshire.
Strike are a martial arts duo consisting of Liam Richards (age 21) and Danny Ball (age 24).
Nemesis are a street dance group.