Britain’s Got Talent comedian Steve Royle thinks he could have victory in the bag tonight thanks to a lucky omen.
The entertainer – who is pals with Peter Kay – has discovered that TV chiefs spelt his name wrong on his dressing room door.
But the spelling error could turn out to be a spooky sign as it reads “Steve Royal”.
He joked: “I thought to myself – ‘This is it, this is a sign’. It must mean that I’m going to be performing in front of the royals and therefore going to win Britain’s Got Talent!”
The prize for the winner of tonight’s ITV finale is not only £250,000 but also a slot at The Royal Variety Performance.
Funnyman Steve – who has appeared in Phoenix Nights and Car Share – is among 10 finalists battling for victory.
Five finalists have been chosen so far. The others are dance duo Aaron and Jasmine, contortionist Magical Bones, comedy musician Jon Courtney and comic Nabil Abdulrashid.
The remaining five have been voted for by the public over the past five weeks. Hosts Ant and Dec will reveal who they are on tonight’s show at 7.30pm.
Meanwhile, judge Amanada Holden has proven she really has got talent as her debut album reached number 4 in the charts.
The BGT judge beat the likes of Bon Jovi, Roisin Murphy and Melanie C with album ‘Songs From My Heart’.
Amanda, 49, who performed song ot While I’m Around on BGT last Saturday, has previously explained the tracks have all been chosen because they have a special meaning for her.
She said: “I am overwhelmed and extremely grateful to all of you who have bought it so far, it is overwhelming.”
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