Who are Aaron and Jasmine? Dance duo and Britain's Got Talent 2020 finalists

BRITAIN'S Got Talent is almost over, but before it ends, one lucky act must be crowned a winner.

Step in dancing duo Aaron and Jasmine who are hoping to scoop the BGT 2020 crown.

Who are Aaron and Jasmine?

Aaron, 28, and Jasmine, 32, both have impressive careers in the spotlight.

In fact, they’ve both worked on Strictly Come Dancing.

Behind-the-scenes, Aaron works closely with Strictly’s Bafta-winning creative director of choreography Jason Gilkison.

Meanwhile, Jasmine has been part of the Strictly team since 2013 and works on the show as a professional dancer extra and also assists with the pro dance group routines.

How did Aaron and Jasmine first become a dance duo?

The pair first met after Aaron saw Jasmine perform on stage.

Reliving the moment, he said on BGT:  “Immediately was taken back by her amazing dancing.”

He contacted her after the show and the duo started working together soon afterwards.

Opening up about their dance style, Aaron said: “We have inspiration from some dancers – but they just do salsa or traditional ballroom.

“We like to do a fusion of everything and we also have musical theatre and jazz training.”

What happened during Aaron and Jasmine's Britain's Got Talent performance?

The pair made it to the final of Britain's Got Talent with a very saucy dance routine.

The London dancers narrowly made it through to the final after nudging out spooky dance group, The Coven.

Amanda Holden – who was filling in as head judge while Simon Cowell recovers after breaking his back – had the deciding vote

"This is the first we performed since our audition, so thank you," Jasmine told the judges.

"We have dedicated all of our lives to this and it's so nice to share it with the world."

Aaron and Jasmine got a standing ovation from the virtual audience who got very hot under the collars from the rique routine.

When is the Britain's Got Talent final?

The BGT 2020 live final will take place TOMORROW (October 10, 2020) on ITV from 7.30pm.

The winner of the show will take home a prize of £250,000 as well as the opportunity to perform at the Royal Variety Performance.

In total there are ten spots up for grabs in the final show – five acts have been chosen by the judges, and the other five spots, will be decided by a public vote, with the results revealed in the final.

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