Britain’s Got Talent child star Lagi Demetriou, who shot to fame alongside his father Demi with their hilarious dance act Stavros Flatley, is preparing to become a father.
The pair got all the way to the final in 2009 after impressing the judges.
And now, 12 years later, 25-year-old Lagi is now expecting a child with his fiancee Annika Crawford.
The reality star shared the exciting news in a TikTok video, with the caption: “To another new chapter with my beautiful wife to be. I love you @neekzs.”
The sweet video saw Lagi and his partner share a hug, before she revealed her small baby bump.
James Arthur’s Say You Won’t Let Go played in the background of the heartwarming clip.
His wife-to-be shared a picture of her baby bump on Instagram, writing: “Our Next chapter – Baby Demetriou.”
The couple have been together for five years and got engaged last New Year’s Eve.
Michalakis ‘Lagi’ Andreas popped the question to his girlfriend Annika on the last day of 2020 with a stunning diamond ring.
He took to his Instagram account just before midnight to share the happy news with his followers, posting a picture of Annika sitting on his knee while she showed off her rock and sipped on a glass of champagne.
“I didn’t get a trim and oh yeahhh guess what,” Lagi captioned the photo.
It comes after Lagi quit Stavros Flatley last year.
He decided to step down after they appeared on 2019’s Britain’s Got Talent: The Champions.
Lagi told MailOnline : “When we got to The Champions, I thought this was the right time to leave.
“But Simon Cowell told me not to quit forever. So I will return for shows.”
He added: “We’ve done this for 10 years for a joke. We’ve done so many amazing things but what is there left to do? We’ve done the Royal Variety, we’ve played in China, Monaco – everywhere.”
Stavros Flatley made it to the BGT final in 2009.
That series was won by dance troupe Diversity and Susan Boyle finished as runner-up.
His dad now performs with his nephew Samson, 18, and Lagi runs his own barber shop in Cyprus.
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