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Britain’s Got Talent winner will return tonight with special brand-new performance after major health scare

BRITAIN'S Got Talent winner Jon Courtenay will return to our screens tonight with special brand-new performance after his major health scare. The 49-year-old singer won the 14th series of the ITV competition in 2020.

Tonight's instalment of the programme will see more performers try and impress judges Simon Cowell, Amanda Holden, Alesha Dixon and David Walliams. But one familiar face will also make a return to the stage - Manchester-lad John.

Taking to Twitter earlier today, the star said: "Just when you thought I’d finished with BGT 2 years ago… on ya telly box tonight…" Jon wowed the judges two years ago by performing his own song at the auditions. .css-16e4f55{margin:16px 0;}.css-u6yh49{background-color:rgba(246,242,249,1);margin:16px 0;}.css-1tapza8{padding:20px 15px;}.css-1bk4jdt{padding:20px

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