It may be called Britain’s Got Talent, but it is a Hungarian group who tell moving stories using shadow dancing that the country is going mad for.
Attraction are the red hot favourites in tonight’s BGT grand final, despite many of the troupe not speaking any English.
Whoever wins will walk away with £250,000 and the chance to perform for the Queen at the Royal Variety Show.
Flying in from Budapest, rather than hailing from Blackpool or Bognor, has seen both show bosses and Attraction themselves coming in for criticism.
But lead dancer and choreographer Zoltan Szucs, 41, says the group have only experienced a warm welcome.
“It is very moving for me,” he says. “We work really hard and the comments we received have made it all worthwhile.
“We wanted Attraction to become world famous and Britain’s Got Talent is the biggest show in the world.”