Maxwell Thorpe could be forgiven for taking a break following the shy Sheffield busker's stunning run to the final of Britain’s Got Talent. But he has been a busy man since falling narrowly short on the ITV talent show, where his incredible operatic performances won rave reviews from the judges and earned him a legion of new fans.
Britain’s Got Talent finalist Maxwell Thorpe is to headline a fashion show in Matlock next week to help raise funds for the neonatal unit at Chesterfield hospital. The opera singer, who started out busking in Bakewell, came to national attention this year with his remarkable run in the reality show – but on Wednesday, July 6, he will headline the Edgefold Club.
Maxwell Thorpe: Sheffield Britain's Got Talent finalist offers personalised videos amid record label interest
A Sheffield busker who reached the Britain's Got Talent final has offered to send fans personalised videos as he considers interest from record labels. Maxwell Thorpe had been the bookies’ favourite to win the ITV talent show and the £250,000 prize that comes with it but lost out last Sunday to comedian Axel Blake, despite garnering more amazing praise from the judges.
Maxwell Thorpe: What next as Derbyshire busker seeks to match success of famous Britain's Got Talent runners-up
Derbyshire busker Maxwell Thorpe may have missed out on glory in Britain’s Got Talent but his sensational performances won him a host of fans. So what does the future hold for the 32-year-old, who went from performing for loose change on the streets of Bakewell and Chesterfield, to wowing the judges and an audience of millions on the hit ITV show?
Britain’s Got Talent champion Axel Blake was seen celebrating his stunning win with a few drinks after Sunday’s final. Stand-up comedian Axel, who even got Simon Cowell to crack a smile a few times (and hit the golden buzzer! ), was crowned the winner after a hugely tense final.
He surpassed both singer Tom Ball and teen ventriloquist Jamie Leahey Comedian Axel Blake was crowned the winner during the final of Britain's Got Talent 2022. The comic beat the likes of teen ventriloquist Jamie Leahy, who came second, singer Tom Ball, who came in third place and operatic busker Maxwell Thorpe.
Britain's Got Talent hosts Ant and Dec had a few words to say about Simon Cowell after announcing the final result Ant and Dec were left concerned about just how much gloating Simon Cowell would do after his golden buzzer act Axel Blake triumphed in one of the closest Britain's Got Talent finals in the show's history.
It was a close race between Jamie Leahey, Maxwell Thorpe and Tom Ball. Britain’s Got Talent bosses have unveiled the voting figures for this year’s series, following comedian Axel Blake’s victory on Sunday night. Of the 11 acts to make it through to this year’s BGT finale – five of whom were chosen by the judges, alongside five selected by the judges and one wildcard – Axel received an impressive 19.7% of votes cast on the night.
Sheffield busker Maxwell Thorpe was told by Britain’s Got Talent judge Simon Cowell that he would have won the final any other year. Despite being tipped to win the BGT final last night, talented opera singer Maxwell failed to make it into the top three based on public votes and the talent contest was eventually won by comedian Alex Blake.
In the immediate aftermath of the Britain's Got Talent final, ITV released the voting figures for this year This year's Britain's Got Talent results make for very interesting and rather shocking reveal, with hotly tipped acts finishing near the bottom of the vote. Nearly two months after it burst back onto our screens after a prolonged absence due to the coronavirus pandemic, BGT crowned its latest champion on Sunday night and the Britain's Got Talent winner who's doing the celebrating this year is comedian Axel Blake.
Britain's Got Talent: Yorkshire busker took runners-up spot after declaring that singing saved his life
Despite powerful semi-final and final performances, Sheffield’s Maxwell Thorpe took a runners-up spot on Sunday evening’s (June 5) Britain’s Got Talent. The show, hosted by Ant and Dec, was back on ITV for one final time tonight as ten hopefuls looked to impress Simon Cowell, Amanda Holden, Alesha Dixon and David Walliams, and the great British public.
Britain's Got Talent comic Axel Blake won the 2022 series of the ITV show . The comedian was up against Maxwell Thorpe, Jamie Leahey, Ben Nickless, Flintz & T4ylor, Tom Ball, Eva Abley, Loren Allred, 5 Star Boys, Aneeshwar Kunchala and Amber and The Dancing Collies.
Tom Ball placed third in the competition, and joked he would be back in school on Monday following the result as 13-year-old Jamie Leahey took second place. Axel Blake has just been crowned the winner of Britain's Got Talent 2022. He was up against Maxwell Thorpe,Jamie Leahey, Ben Nickless, Flintz & T4ylor, Tom Ball,Eva Abley, Loren Allred, 5Star Boys,Aneeshwar Kunchala andAmber and The Dancing Collies.
The judges were replaced by four new faces at the start of the Britain's Got Talent final Viewers tuning into Britain's Got Talent have suggested a permanent change to the judging panel. There was a surprise in store at the start of the live final as four new faces took over the judges' desk.