Britain’s Got Talent SPOILER: Alexa Lauenburger, 11, wows the judges with her conga-dancing pooches

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Britain’s Got Talent SPOILER: Alexa Lauenburger, 11, wows the judges with her conga-dancing pooches two years after winning show’s German edition

She wowed the judges with her dancing dog troupe on Germany‘s Got Talent.

And in scenes set to air on Saturday’s Britain’s Got Talent, Alexa Lauenburger will dazzle the judges with her conga-dancing pooches.

The 11-year-old, who won the German equivalent of the show,  Das Supertalent, in 2017, is set to put on a sensational performance to impress the audience.

Britain's Got Talent SPOILER: Alexa Lauenburger, 11, is set to wow the judges with her conga-dancing pooches on Saturday... two years after winning show's German edition

Britain’s Got Talent SPOILER: Alexa Lauenburger, 11, is set to wow the judges with her conga-dancing pooches on Saturday… two years after winning show’s German edition

Following her dance routine with the pooches, Ant McPartlin gushed they were ‘by far one of the best dog acts we’ve ever had on BGT that I’ve seen’, and added: ‘It was tremendous.’

While David Walliams took the compliments even further, as he told Alexa: ‘This isn’t just one of the best dog acts we’ve ever had on BGT, this is one of the best acts we’ve ever had. This unadulterated joy. I could watch that forever.’

Alesha Dixon joked that her ‘eyes were literally popping out of [her] head’, while she praised: ‘It was outstanding. You’ve shown us something we’ve never seen before.’ 

Pet pooches: The 11-year-old, who won the German equivalent of the show, Das Supertalent (pictured in 2017) is set to put on a sensational performance to impress the audience

Pet pooches: The 11-year-old, who won the German equivalent of the show, Das Supertalent (pictured in 2017) is set to put on a sensational performance to impress the audience

It comes as a slew of new acts will take to the stage for the second semi-final on Saturday, including BGT 2011 champion Jai.

The Scottish crooner will take to the stage again, after being dropped by his Sony record label when his debut album struggled to perform in the charts.

In 2012 Simon told The Sun that he was ‘disappointed’ to see Jai win the show, adding: ‘He wasn’t what I was looking for You want a Diversity or Susan Boyle, someone who is a genuine star. He is talented but the show can do better. None of the finalists were up to scratch.’

Impressive: Following her dance routine with the pooches, Ant McPartlin gushed they were 'by far one of the best dog acts we’ve ever had on BGT that I’ve seen' (pictured on Das Supertalent)

Impressive: Following her dance routine with the pooches, Ant McPartlin gushed they were ‘by far one of the best dog acts we’ve ever had on BGT that I’ve seen’ (pictured on Das Supertalent)

And after becoming the first comedian to win the show in 2018, Lost Voice Guy will be back to leave the judges in hysterics.

100 Voices of Gospel – who also earned Alesha’s Golden Buzzer in 2016 – will show off their incredible vocals, along with former BGT and Asia’s Got Talent acrobatic duo Gao and Liu.

As ever a dog act will also take to the stage for the second show, this time stemming from Germany when Alexa Lauenburger shows off his troupe of nine performing pooches.

Rounding out the show will be Antonio Sorgentone from Italia’s Got Talent, with his piano playing skills and unique brand of singing.

Britain’s Got Talent: The Champions continues Saturday 7th September at 7:30pm on ITV.

Back soon: Britain's Got Talent: The Champions continues Saturday 7th September at 7:30pm on ITV (pictured on Das Supertalent)

Back soon: Britain’s Got Talent: The Champions continues Saturday 7th September at 7:30pm on ITV (pictured on Das Supertalent)

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