Australia's Got Talent Grand Final Decider -- Battle Of The Kids!

 
Australia's Got Talent Grand Final Decider -- Battle Of The Kids!

03 November 2013

It’s looking more and more likely that the winner of the Australia’s Got Talent 2013 won't be old enough to hold a driver’s license!

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Out of the 12 final acts there are four kids in contention for winning the talent show title.

Finalists Angel Taurai and Dean Brady, aged 13 and 9 respectively, are both hot favourites to take out the Australia's Got Talent crown. Dean captivated the judges with his version of ‘My Girl’ while Angel impressed with her rendition of Rhianna’s ‘Diamonds’. Scroll below to watch their performances.

Then there’s the Han brothers: Oscar, 10 and Joshua, 12 who have also been impressive with their unique classical music and comedy act.

The show’s grand final decider episode airs tonight and will be followed by next week’s live grand final.

Meanwhile, teasers for tonight’s show have revealed that crowd pleaser, former Paralympian Paul Nunnari will crash his wheelchair during a dramatic stunt!

Until then, check out Angel and Dean's mesmerising audition performances:

 


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