Loveable Rogues make it to the final of Britain’s Got Talent

Romford musicians Loveable Rogues are through to the final of TV show Britain’s Got Talent after winning the public vote in last night’s semi-final.

The boyband were voted into Saturday’s live final after performing their own song Lovesick.

Eddie Brett, Sonny Jay and Te Eugene met at Romford based Colin’s Performing Arts College three years ago.

They had the most public votes during last night’s show, and won a place in the final, alongside Mollie Rainford, who split the judges’ vote, but was put through after beating the Twist and Pulse Dance Company on public votes.

Simon Cowell told the Loveable Rogues: “It was brilliant. You’ve come together at absolutely the right time. This is absolutely the real deal.”

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Alesha Dixon said: “You are quintessentially British. The song is so catchy that I know it already! I love you.”

And Amanda Holden said: “I love how happy and jolly you are. You make me so happy.”

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They join Jonathan and Charlotte, a pop-opera duo; Latin American dancers Kai and Natalia; dancing dog Pudsey with partner Ashleigh; and Welsh male choir Only Boys Aloud in the final on Saturday.

Upminster singer Hope Murphy will be competing for a place in the final tomorrow night (Thursday).

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