Swedish magicians Brynolf and Ljung move from Swedens Got Talent to Britain’s Got Talent 2012 (VIDEO)

Peter Brynolf & Jonas Ljung are set to shine on Britain’s Got Talent this weekend, but it won’t be the first time the stars have been featured on British TV.

The Swedish magicians previously performed one of their card tricks on ITV show Penn & Teller: Fool Us last summer, and were quite a hit with viewers of the magic show.

This weekend the duo are set to shine on the UK TV channel once more, as they demonstrate their impressive act for Simon Cowell, David Walliams and the rest of the Britain’s Got Talent panel.

They are no strangers to reality TV either, having previously reached the finals of “Swedens Got Talent 2009”, when they finished in third place and got exeptional reviews from the judges in their home country.

Their act also won the pair a gold medal at the Swedish Magic Championships 2009 and a silver medal at the World Championships of Magic in Beijing 2009.

The pair revealed on their Facebook page that they tried out for the ITV show in Edinburgh earlier this year.

Tune in to tomorrow night’s show to see if Brynolf and Ljung impress the BGT panel enough to win themselves a place in the live shows. Watch the video below and tell us if you think they are good enough…

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One Response to “Swedish magicians Brynolf and Ljung move from Swedens Got Talent to Britain’s Got Talent 2012 (VIDEO)”

  1. iminei says:

    Is it just me or am I the only one not ‘blown away’ by last nights magicians on BGT????
    Could it just be that all the dvd’s in that bag had similarities that would pan out for the ‘reveals’ or were the dvd’s in the bag just all Harry Potter films?
    I would be more impressed if they had shown the audience the selection beforehand or if something a bit more surprising than an orchestra (who can basically play any film theme tune require),a stylised drawing of some round glasses and a guy that looked vaguely like Daniel Radcliffe (but who could have looked like a lot of other people) turned up, and didn’t anyone of the judges or in the audience remember how a magicians first trick of the trade is how to force a card, or should I say dvd on someone?
    In short, I finished that section of BGT thinking…what was that? was that it?