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The Little Kid From Stavros Flatley Is All Grown Up Now

Rachel Andrews

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The Little Kid From Stavros Flatley Is All Grown Up Now

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Britain's Got Talent finally kicks off this weekend, meaning we can't help but reflect over some of the show's best contestants. Throwback to 2009, and you will remember father and son duo, Stavros Flatley...

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Demi and Lagi Demetriou jigged their way onto the talent show's stage, adding a Greek-inspired twist to their dancing routines, and fans obviously couldn't get enough of them. You can see why, as they were absolutely hilarious.

They were 40 and 12 at the time of auditioning, and nine years down the line, little Lagi obviously is all grown-up.

Credit: Instagram/Lagimou
Credit: Instagram/Lagimou

He is now 21-year-old, and he works as a barber in Enfield, London. You might also be happy to hear that he has not completely packed up his Irish/Greek jigging, and still takes to the stage on the odd occasion.

His Instagram account is full of images of perfectly styled hair do's from his clients, as well as cute family snaps with his mama and papa from over the years.

Back in 2016, while speaking to The Mirror about his son, dad Demi recalled: "When he grew up I thought that'd be it for the act.

Credit: Instagram/Lagimou
Credit: Instagram/Lagimou

"But now when he comes out on stage it's almost added another dimension to the show."

He continued: "We've 100 bookings this year. We've probably made something like £500,000 since BGT."

Britain's Got Talent isn't the only time that the father and son duo have starred on telly. The once appeared in Sugar Free Farm, attempting to cut out sugar from their diets, and go cold turkey in January 2017.

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At the time, speaking to What's On TV about their dancing gigs, Demi explained: "The act is still going strong. At the end of last year, we danced in a Greek restaurant for a billionaire, we turned on some Christmas lights in West Bromwich, and we did some Christmas shows.

"We just keep going. It's just mad. When it's over, it's over. We'll take a bow and say thank you very much, see you later. But, at the moment, the phone's still ringing."

Topics: Britain's Got Talent, TV Entertainment

Rachel Andrews
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