Diversity win Britain's Got Talent title after special visit to Welwyn Garden City
DIVERSITY won last night s Britain s Got Talent final – just days after gaining hundreds of new fans in WGC. The dance troupe from Essex beat favourite, Scottish singing sensation Susan Boyle, to the �100,000 first prize on the ITV talent contest
DIVERSITY won last night's Britain's Got Talent final - just days after gaining hundreds of new fans in WGC.
The dance troupe from Essex beat favourite, Scottish singing sensation Susan Boyle, to the �100,000 first prize on the ITV talent contest.
They wowed judges Simon Cowell, Piers Morgan and Amanda Holden on Saturday night's show with an exhilarating and acrobatic performance.
And their surprise victory over 'Hairy Angel' Susan Boyle comes hot on the heels of a special guest appearance at the Howard Centre in WGC on Thursday.
Hundreds of screaming children turned up to catch a glimpse of the Britain's Got Talent finalists at the shopping centre.
The UK street dance champions were due to host a series of free workshops, but their appearance in the BGT final meant the group couldn't perform and they just met fans and signed autographs.
- 1 IN PICTURES: Stars come out for Simply Red concert in Hatfield Park
- 2 The latest court results for Welwyn Hatfield and Potters Bar
- 3 It's A Kind of Magic as Queen Symphonic's Bohemian Rhapsody rocks Hatfield Park
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- 5 Updated Simply Red set times for Hatfield Park concert
- 6 Jodie Williams defies injury-blighted season to claim Commonwealth bronze
- 7 'Tesco must tackle blight of trolley-dumping in Potters Bar'
- 8 Pictures of Paloma Faith and special guest Sam Ryder at Hatfield Park concert
- 9 Sign of the times: The life of Welwyn Garden City signwriter Arthur Brown
- 10 Champions! Old Owens going up after securing title
* See this Wednesday's WHT for further coverage of Diversity's exclusive visit to WGC.