South Africa’s DJ Arch Jnr, has made it to the big leagues and will be participating in Britain’s Got Talent: The Championships.

Winners from across the world will descend to Great Britain

The first episode aired in Britain on Saturday, 31 August, featuring previous winners and finalists from the worldwide franchises of the title.

The show will run for six weeks before a world champion is announced, the judges remain the same with Simon Cowell, Amanda Holden, Alesha Dixon and David Walliams. DJ Arch Jnr will be rocking the crowd and has major ambitions of bringing the world title home.

What prizes are up for grabs?

Britain’s Got Talent: The Champions is reported to award the winner with £50,000, which translates to R916 923. However, Cowell was feeling a bit jolly and declared to double the prize money during the recording of the first episode on Saturday.

The official date for the final is expected to be on Saturday, 5 October, however, the show won’t be live but a pre-recorded show will air.

The rise of DJ Arch Jnr

Dj Arch Jnr rose to stardom after winning South Africa’s Got Talent in 2015 as a three-year-old self-taught DJ, he also claimed the title of being the youngest person to win a “Got Talent” title.

The young DJ also broke a record after being inducted as the youngest DJ in the world, by Guinness World Records back in 2017. Guinness reported that Arch had taken the title from Japan’s Itsuki Morita, who was announced as the record holder in March 2017.

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