The 140-strong choir, Only Boys Aloud, made it to third place in this year's Britain's Got Talent final.
Their team captain, David Mahoney, and two members from the choir, Dan Hampton and Tom Touhig joined Andrea Byrne and Jonathan Hill on the ITV Wales sofa to talk about celebrations, Olympic Games and the future of the group.
Teenage male voice choir Only Boys Aloud came third in the Britain's Got Talent final on Saturday night. After impressing audiences and judges alike, they're now considering what to do next - as Rob Osborne reports.
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Two great welsh acts on BGT tonite doing Wales proud.OnlyBoysAloud & Nu Skool. Only Boys allowed get my vote though as I love them singingFrom @Nigelrefowens on Twitter:
There are just twenty four hours of preparation left for the two Welsh acts in the final of ITV's Britain's Got Talent tomorrow night.
Only Boys Aloud were keeping tight lipped on what we can expect from them tomorrow as they put their finishing touches to their performance.
Both dance group Nu Sxool and choir Only Boys Aloud both say they think they can win!
Members of the Port Talbot-based dance troupe Nu Sxool talk to ITV Wales about their hopes for Saturday's 'Britain's Got Talent' final.
Welsh dancers Nu Sxool run through their moves in rehearsals for their appearance in Saturday's 'Britain's Got Talent' final.
Paul Brand has been to meet them.
It's a night to remember for a group of dancers from Port Talbot - Nu Sxool have made it through to the final of Britain's Got Talent. The group, all aged between 10 and 17, will fly the flag for Wales along with male voice choir Only Boys Aloud.