Amanda Holden is left stunned as Bars And Melody return for Britain’s Got Talent: The Champions five years after their original audition.
The British pop duo, consisting of rapper Leondre ‘Bars’ Devries, 18, and singer Charlie ‘Melody’ Lenehan, 20, wowed the Britain’s Got Talent judges back in 2014.
After becoming Simon Cowell’s golden buzzer act, they made it through to the final where they finished in third place – losing out to Lucy Kay and Collabro.
The pair have since had sold out shows across the world, with their first album 143 even going platinum in Poland.
As they make their return to the show, judge Amanda Holden is particularly shocked by their grown-up appearance.
As they start performing one of their original songs, Amanda remarks: ‘Oh my God. They are men.’
Speaking after their performance, she added: ‘I had no idea about how successful you’d been across the world. Absolutely none, it’s blown my mind.
‘You’re really cool, really current. It was a great song and you have a massive fanbase out there.’
But will they make it through to the final? We’ll have to wait and see.
Britain’s Got Talent: The Champions continues tonight on ITV at 8.30pm.
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