Kseniya Simonova on Britain’s Got Talent: The Champions (Picture: ITV)

Kseniya Simonova became the first act on Britain’s Got Talent: The Champions to earn the coveted golden buzzer, but she has a long history with the show.

The 34-year-old sand artist was showered with confetti after earning judge Amanda Holden’s golden buzzer, sending her straight through to the final.

Her journey to The Champions began after she won Ukraine’s Got Talent in 2009, where she performed a different sand story about the effects of the Second World War on the country.

After winning the show, Kseniya competed in America’s Got Talent: The Champions earlier this year, where she finished in third place after reaching the finals.

But will she go all the way on Britain’s Got Talent: The Champions? We’ll have to wait and see.

The first show saw Kseniya and comic daredevils Bello and Annaliese Nock make it through to the final show, with the latter from America’s Got Talent.

This means it was a total wipe out of Britain’s Got Talent acts, with Paul Potts, Boogie Storm, Connie Talbot, and Ashley and Sully, failing to make it through.

Britain’s Got Talent: The Champions continues next Saturday on ITV.

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