- Katalin Torda
- Alexandra Tóth
- Norbert Fehér
- Andrea Lakatos
- Zoltán Szűcs
- Csaba Szentinek
- Flóra Szabados
- Janka Kántor
In their audition, they performed a story of a couple who meet, marry and have a daughter. The father goes to war and dies tragically. The piece ended with the mother and daughter visiting his grave. Many members of the audience and the female judges were moved to tears.
In their semi final, they depicted the story of a man growing up with his mother by his side. However on a trip with his lover, he gets the news that his mother is sick. His mother then dies, but he is cheered up when his lover reveals that she is pregnant.
In their final performance they performed a patriotic tribute to Britain. They paid homage to the Olympics being held the year before in London, and also formed the shape of British icons like Winston Churchill, the Queen and a lion. They won the competition over huge favourite Jack Carroll, becoming the first, and currently only foreign act to win Britain's Got Talent.
Before BGT Edit
In 2012 they performed as guests during several events of the Olympic Games.
They returned to BGT a year later as guest performers during the final semi final, and performed alongside Richard and Adam. They later went on to compete on Germany's Got Talent, ultimately placing 7th. They performed on In The Mirage, and CCTV New Year's Gala. They later made guest Appearences on Ant & Dec's Saturday Night Takeaway, Best of Britain's Got Talent, and as part of a TV Advertising campaign for Swinton Insurance. In 2019, they returned to AGT: The Champions, where they where eliminated before the finals, yet came second in the live studio audience super fan vote.