Britain's Got Talent judge Amanda Holden has revealed it takes a team of SEVEN assistants to get her ready for the live show.
Amanda, 48, shared a video of her pre-show preparations backstage as she gets ready for the live final tonight.
As she moved the camera around her dressing room, she pointed out there were seven people helping her get ready.
In addition to her hair and make-up team, Amanda also pointed out there were also staffers sewing her costume.
She said: "We are backstage at Britain's Got Talent… getting ready… I'm annoyng everyone… [There's one assistant] pouring drinks. It's all very exciting.
"It's sad it's the last day."
It's been a busy day backstage today as Mirror Online exclusively revealed one of the acts had a health scare hours before the live final.
Flakefleet Primary School choir suffered a scare when it looked like one of their members had been struck down with chicken pox.
The singers are due to battle it out for the BGT crown in the grand finale, but they suffered a health scare in the hours before they were due to hit the stage.
Mirror Online revealed there were fears that one of the young stars appeared to have come down with chicken pox.
A source told us: "It's been a bit chaotic behind-the-scenes trying to sort it out."
However, the young singer was eventually given the all-clear and all members of the choir will be performing tonight.
Another insider added: "One of the choir members thought they had chicken pox but it turns out they didn't so all the choir members are present for this evening's show."
Flakefleet Primary School will be competing alongside magic act X, daredevil Jonathan Goodwin, dog act Dave & Finn, comedy singer-songwriter Siobhan Phillips and close-up magicians 4MG.
Also performing is stand-up comedian Kojo Anim, pensioner singer Colin Thackery, and Ben Hart and Mark McMullan.
Dancers Libby and Charlie are also in the final after they were awarded a wild card following Friday's semi-final.
The duo were called in to perform last minute after daredevil act The Brotherhood were forced to pull out .
All of the acts will be hitting the stage tonight in a bid to win £250,000 and a place on the Royal Variety Performance.
*Britain's Got Talent final airs on tonight on ITV
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