A dramatic first look at the British Got Talent: The Champions revealed the star cast.

Legends from the last 13 series of BGT fight for the ultimate champion.

But it's not just British stars who have appeared as international acts on shows from around the world.

Simon Cowell, Amanda Holden, Alesha Dixon and David Walliams are back in judgeship.

It has been officially confirmed that the special season starts on the 31st of August and lasts six weeks.

The exclusive first look at Good Morning Britain on Friday started with popular moderators Ant McPartlin and Dec Donnelly.

The due Geordie hold Union Jacks in hand as they start the series.

Next, let's take a first look at some of the participating participants, including Paul Potts first vocalist.

Father-son duo Stavros Flatley takes off their jerseys and the 2008 winner, George Sampson, also returns.

Ashleigh is back with some adorable dogs

Lost Voice Guy will make you laugh

2011 champion Jai McDowall, as well as the 2014 winners, Collabro, magician Ben Hart, and dance duo Twist and Pulse, are back.

Ashleigh Butler returns without Pudsey, who unfortunately passed away two years ago and will be replaced by Sully.

The comedians Lost Voice Guy and Jack Caroll will also cause a sensation.

The production values ​​have increased

There will be acts from all over the world

Reigning champion Colin Thackery will release a song again

Simon shouts, "You have shown that you are one of the best in the world.

The words on the screen read, "For over six weeks, the best of the British will be dealing with the world, who will be crowned the ultimate champion?"

Ant and Dec get a shock

Alesha and Amanda can barely look

This happened after the Mirror revealed that the bosses were angry after the winners of the Champions series were leaked early.

The champion showed the fans his victory after winning the final – while Mirror Online decided not to expose the winner.

They stopped for selfies with fans and showed the trophy – obviously without fear of the wrath of Simon Cowell.

Simon gives some criticism

Alesha has a great time

A TV source said exclusively to Mirror Online: "The producers are angry about the result being given away – the show does not even have a broadcast date.

"Posing and cheering with the trophy when they finished filming has really betrayed the game, especially since everyone knows the paps are out there."

Great Britain's Got Talent: Champions start ITV on August 31st