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Ant and Dec look in good spirits as they head into the Britain’s Got Talent studio with the contestants ahead of the grand final


Ant and Dec arrived at the Britain’s Got Talent final before showtime on Sunday.

The Geordie duo, both 48, will take over their usual presenting duties on the grand final of the ITV1 talent show and were seen arriving with some of the contestants at the Hammersmith Apollo in London.

Ant McPartlin appeared to be in good spirits as he smiled and covered his eyes with dark shades.

Declan Donnelly, on the other hand, kept his head down as he looked at his phone on the way to the theatre.

Opera singer Innocent Masuku appeared to be in good spirits when he arrived.

Ant McPartlin (pictured) arrived at Sunday’s Britain’s Got Talent final just hours before showtime

The Geordie duo, both 48, will take over their usual presenting duties on the grand final of the ITV1 talent show and were seen arriving with some of the contestants at the Hammersmith Apollo in London.

The Geordie duo, both 48, will take over their usual presenting duties on the grand final of the ITV1 talent show and were seen arriving with some of the contestants at the Hammersmith Apollo in London.

The singing sensation opted for a white shirt and sunglasses as he flashed a wide smile.

The Ssaulabi Performance Troupe member threw up a peace sign and looked confident ahead of the finale.

And Sydnie Christmas – who has just been revealed as favorite to win – looked delighted as she headed to the theater with her grandmother, who has always supported her.

The budding West End star, 28, wore a sign around her neck declaring she was on vocal rest, but that didn’t dampen her spirits as she gave the thumbs up.

Sydnie made it through to Sunday’s final after winning the semi-final heat with her rendition of Frank Sinatra’s My Way, which wowed judges Simon Cowell, Amanda Holden, Alesha Dixon and Bruno Tonioli.

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Now Ladbrokes have made Amanda’s golden buzzer the overwhelming 2/5 favorite to be crowned champion, with comedian Alex Mitchell next in the betting at 4/1 ahead of Abigail & Afronitaa (7/1).

Elsewhere, every other act is currently 12/1 or higher, while Northants Sings Out and Trixy head into tonight’s final price as current outsiders at 66/1 apiece.

Ladbrokes’ Alex Apati said: «We’ve seen some sensational acts along the way but it all boils down to tonight’s final where the odds suggest it will take something pretty special to stop Sydnie Christmas from winning the series.»

Magician Jack Rhodes is next at 12/1, opera singer Innocent Masuku is at 16/1 and tightrope walker Haribow is at 33/1, along with impressionist Mike Woodhams.

Opera singer Innocent Masuku looked in good spirits as he arrived in his white shirt and sunglasses

Opera singer Innocent Masuku looked in good spirits as he arrived in his white shirt and sunglasses

The Ssaulabi Performance Troupe member threw up a peace sign and looked confident ahead of the finale

The Ssaulabi Performance Troupe member threw up a peace sign and looked confident ahead of the finale

Up-and-coming West End star Sydnie Christmas, 28, wore a sign around her neck saying she was resting, but that didn't dampen her spirits as she gave the thumbs up.

Up-and-coming West End star Sydnie Christmas, 28, wore a sign around her neck saying she was resting, but that didn’t dampen her spirits as she gave the thumbs up.

Sydnie became the bookies' favorite to win Britain's Got Talent ahead of tonight's final (pictured with judges Bruno Toniolo, Alesha DIxon Amanda Holden and Simon Cowell with hosts Ant and Dec)

Sydnie became the bookies’ favorite to win Britain’s Got Talent ahead of tonight’s final (pictured with judges Bruno Toniolo, Alesha DIxon Amanda Holden and Simon Cowell with hosts Ant and Dec)

Sydnie made it to the final after winning the semi-final heat with her rendition of Frank Sinatra's My Way

Sydnie made it to the final after winning the semi-final heat with her rendition of Frank Sinatra’s My Way

Comedian Alex Mitchell is second favorite to take the crown at odds of 4/1 in Sunday's final

Comedian Alex Mitchell is second favorite to take the crown at odds of 4/1 in Sunday’s final



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