Jon Courtenay makes BGT final | Musical comedian wows judges

Jon Courtenay makes BGT final

Musical comedian wows judges

Musical comedian Jon Courtenay has made it to the final of Britain’s Got Talent.

The self-confessed ‘piano man with a bunch of bad dad jokes’ was sent through by the judging panel on last night’s show.

Ashley Banjo said: 'We need another golden buzzer! To press it right now. There's an incredible connection you have, it's funny and touching. I couldn't fault it.'

'It was magical and done so simply. It made me feel so warm inside. You nailed it my friend.’

The 46-year-old had secured his place in the semi after winning the ‘golden buzzer’ from hosts Ant and Dec – and send an upbeat song in tribute to his family.

Amanda called him one of the best golden buzzers we've ever had on the show - after the year we've had you'd be an amazing winner.’

Here is Courtenay’s song

And here’s the moment he was put through:

Published: 27 Sep 2020

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