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Britain's Got Talent 2013 The Final

11/06/2013 14:00 BST | Updated 11/06/2013 14:00 BST

Ladies and gentleman of the United Kingdom, welcome to the Final of Britain's Got Talent 2013. It's been another hugely successful series, better than ever ratings, great production, brilliant acts and of course fantastic judges (my Simon was of course the best) 

Last night I was put on the spot regarding my prediction as to who will take the crown. I think it will be a very tight final but I personally think it will be between the act, I have backing Attraction and Jack Carroll. Time will tell if I am right.

So with 11 performers to get through, who has the enviable task of kicking us off...

If you didn't like Pre Skool, you must have no heart. The little whipper snappers danced their mini socks off. Immense start. 

One down, ten to go. Once young diva Asanda got into her stride, the high notes were hit with the ease of a seasoned pro. She is one to watch for the future. 

Happy young starlet Gabz, kept the good Final vibes going. If her track "One" doesn't make the top five in the next 12 months, I will donate £100 to a charity of her choice. 

Wildcard winner ventriloquist Steve Hewlett is the act of the night so far, funny and I wanted it to go on and on. The Simon and Sinitta puppets are now legendary. Really looking forward to buying tickets to his own show.

Jordan O'Keefe had a lot to live up to after Steve's cracking performance, but boy did he deliver. Lovely voice and a really likeable lad. 

If the standard stays as good as the previous acts and next Finalist Arisxandra, then this is shaping up to be the best series ever. Another young singer, set for a rosy future in the music world. 

The reason people love BGT is the variety, singers, dancers and now Francine Lewis. The impressions are always bang on and I never find myself thinking, who is that meant to be. Her own series beckons. 

I know two lads who will never work in their sandwich shop again, Singing brothers Richard and Adam. Even when a complete egg head came on halfway through, it didn't even phase them. The sign of true stars. Well done Richard and Adam. 

It's no secret I really rate Jack Carroll. He is one of, no sorry he, is the best comedian to ever appear on this show. He has to be top two, at least. So naturally funny, which is a very rare trait. 

The UK's next big fab four Luminites will soon have their own album, tour and top ten single. I am a big fan, can you tell. 

Last up were the act, I have been backing since the auditions, Attraction. The tribute to Great Britain was fantastic. Their whole BGT adventure has been unique and gets better every time you see them. 

That's it, the finalists have done all they can. The talent overall has been outstanding. It's now over to you. 

After a brief musical interlude, here are the results. 

In third place: Richard and Adam

In second place: Jack Carroll

The winner of BGT 2013 is...Attraction. 

Before I go, I want to thank you all, for taking the time to read my 2013 BGT reviews. I truly appreciate it. 

Right, I'm off to get ready for The X Factor...