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Thetford magician makes final of Britain's Got Talent after live show win




A Thetford magician, who is part of act 4MG, has made it to the Sunday final of Britain's Got Talent (BGT) after the four teenagers boys won the viewer's vote to win their semi final live show tonight.

James Samuel, 19, who was also the youngest member of the Ipswich Magic Society, with his friends Harry Nardi, 18, Theo Mallalieu, 17, and Josh Horus, 17, done a series of tricks which culminated in the BGT return of 2009 show favourites and finalists, Stavros Flatley.

James Samuel, far right, from Thetford, who is part of 4MG, will be going to Sunday's Britain's Got Talent final- Picture from ITV (11322092)
James Samuel, far right, from Thetford, who is part of 4MG, will be going to Sunday's Britain's Got Talent final- Picture from ITV (11322092)

The self-proclaimed 'Boyband of Magic' were shocked when it was announced by presenters Ant and Dec, with James falling to the floor after the result.

The four-strong group also said they used cards for their audition, mind tricks for their semi final win and would go even bigger for the live final.

The final of Britain's Got Talent will on Sunday, starting at 7.30pm.



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