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Foreign sensations to join China's Got Talent final

WINNERS and finalists from the Got Talent series in Britain and the United States will share the stage with their Chinese peers at the final of the third season of China's Got Talent on Saturday night.

The five-hour final show will be held at the Mercedes-Benz Arena on the bank of the Huangpu River in Pudong and televised live on Dragon TV from 7:30pm.

George Sampson, a 19-year-old street dancer and actor from Warrington, is the winner of the second season of Britain's Got Talent. He will showcase his body-popping dance with Zhuo Jun, the champion of the second season of China's Got Talent.

Sampson said he was very proud and honored to perform with Zhuo, a self-taught street dancer from Guangxi, south China.

Scottish singer Jai McDowall who won the fifth series of Britain's Got Talent last year will sing a romantic song with Cai Hongping, or Auntie Sweetie, who delighted the audience by singing "Nessun Dorma" replacing Italian lyrics with vegetable names in Chinese in the second season of China's Got Talent.


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