Eurovision sand artist gets a golden buzzer on Britain’s Got Talent – Champions

This evening, Eurovision sand artist Kseniya Simonova has won the golden buzzer on Britain’s Got Talent – The Champions opening episode. Can she go on to win the entire series?

Kseniya Simonova who got fame among Eurovision fans for the amazing sand art for Mika Newton’s entry Angel participates in this year’s Britain’s Got Talent – The Champions. The series is a special addition where famous acts as well as winners from Got Talent series from all over the world compete against one another in the hope of being crowned the ultimate champion.

Kseniya won this week’s golden buzzer from judge Amanda Holden after a stunning performance dedicated to the children of the world fighting cancer and those who have lost their fight. Earning the golden buzzer means that she has guaranteed herself a place in the next stage of the competition without having to face the vote. The Ukrainian artist competed with a dancing dog, Indian dancers, Australian comedians as well as American Daredevils.

The artist from Southern Ukraine also received the golden buzzer on Australia’s Got Talent – The Champions and won the Ukrainian series

It wasn’t just the judges who were impressed, UK viewers immediately took to Twitter. Many of them admitting the performance brought them to tears.

Kseniya has been in Eurovision more than once. This year she provided art for Moldova’s entry Stay performed by Anna Odobescu.

Do you think Kseniya has what it takes to win the entire series? It will be interesting to follow. You can view her performance in the video below:

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