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We caught up with Côr Glanaethwy after the Britain's Got Talent final

The Welsh hopefuls in Britain's Got Talent failed to pick up the winner's trophy in last night's final.

But Côr Glanaethwy did finish 3rd and Simon Cowell said they could sell records around the world.

Today Ian Lang caught up with them in north Wales...

Judge David Walliams described their performance as 'completely magical', and said it made him proud to be 'a quarter Welsh'.

Côr Glanaethwy come third in Britain's Got Talent final

Bangor choir Côr Glanaethwy came third in last night's Britain's Got Talent final.

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Judge David Walliams described their performance as 'completely magical', and said it made him proud to be 'a quarter Welsh'.

Other celebrities including businessman Lord Sugar tweeted their support.

Jules O'Dwyer and her dog Matisse were the winners.

Jules and Matisse were crowned this year's winners Credit: Britain's Got Talent / ITV

Watch last night's performance here:

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Cowell praises Welsh talent during BGT semi-final

The judges on Britain's Got Talent have praised the talent coming out of Wales in tonight's semi-final.

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Groove Thing, a dance troupe from Port Talbot opened the show with an impressive performance to a variety of songs from the 70s.

Following the act, judge and comedian David Walliams said there is 'so much talent' coming out of Wales this year.

Simon Cowell continued the praise adding, "I didn't think this was going to be great tonight but actually I'm wrong - you were fantastic this evening. I've got to tell you after last night, Wales is on fire at the moment."

His comments come after north Wales choir Cor Glanaethwy were sent straight through to the final in yesterday's results show.

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Bars and Melody on Wales at Six - the outtakes...

Britain's Got Talent stars Bars and Melody dropped in for a chat with Jonathan Hill for tonight's Wales at Six.

Watch what happened when we asked them to record a quick clip for our opening titles:

Leondre Devries, 13 and from Port Talbot, and his friend Charlie Lenehan, 15 and from Bristol, were in Cardiff today to launch their debut single, which has a strong anti-bullying message.

Watch the full interview with Leondre and Charlie at 6pm on ITV Cymru Wales

Fans flock to Cardiff to meet pop duo Bars & Melody

The pop duo met fans in Cardiff today Credit: ITV News Wales

Hundreds of fans flocked to Cardiff today to meet pop duo Bars & Melody.

Leondre Devries from Port Talbot and Charlie Lenehan from Bristol, reached the final of the ITV talent show Britain's Got Talent earlier this year.

Today they were launching their new single in the city.

Fans lined the streets to catch a glimpse of the teenage rappers Credit: ITV News Wales

Britain's Got Talent finalists Bars & Melody visit Cardiff

Rap duo Bars & Melody, featuring 13-year-old Leondre Devries from Port Talbot, are in Cardiff to mark the release of the their debut single.

Leondre and Charlie greet their fans in Cardiff Credit: Emily Gadd / ITV News

Leondre Devries from Port Talbot and Charlie Lenehan from Bristol, reached the final of the ITV talent show Britain's Got Talent earlier this year.

Our reporter, Emily Gadd, is in Cardiff and sent this picture of fans queueing to see the boys.

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