Amanda Holden defends final of Britain's Got Talent
Britain's Got Talent judge Amanda Holden has defended the programme, saying it won't be an issue if Attraction win the competition.
The shadow dancers from Hungary, have previously taken part on the Hungarian and German versions of the show.
"I think that Simon [Cowell] is right when he says we're part of Europe, we embrace the Europeans," said Holden.
"I think if they win, amazing, and if they don't they're, going to go on and have a huge career anyway."
She says despite the fact Attraction are not from Great Britain, they still have a place in the programme.
"What happens is acts like this come into the country and they educate us. Maybe next year somebody British will copy it and do it."
Attraction are currently the favourites to win Britain's Got Talent, although Amanda thinks first place is still open to all eight finalists.
"I can't wait. You normally have an inkling of somebody that might win but I actually think it's so strong, I don't know."
Other finalists competing for the £500,000 prize money include Pre-Skool, Jack Carroll and Francine Lewis.
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Britain's Got Talent live final is on Saturday 8 June at 7.30pm on ITV.
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