STOURBRIDGE salsa gran Paddy Jones has done it again!

The great-grandmother, now aged 81, who was a finalist on Britain's Got Talent last year, has wowed the judges on Germany's version of the TV show - Das Supertalent - and made it through to the grand final.

Paddy, who dances with Spanish dance instructor Nicko Espinosa - 40 years her junior, was lucky enough to be catapulted through to the show finale on December 12 after one of the judges, Inka Bause, pressed the golden buzzer!

It was a case of déjà vu for the sprightly senior, who was similarly buzzed through the audition round on BGT by judge Amanda Holden who pressed her golden buzzer to guarantee Paddy and Nicko a place in the final stages of the competition.

Paddy, who used to run Paddy's Fabrics in Stourbridge before retiring to Gandia in Spain, told the News: "It's absolutely amazing, We've gone right the way through to the final, but we haven't started learning the routine for it yet."

She said the golden buzzer was pressed to fast-track them to the final before they'd even finished their audition.

Judge Inka Bause said of their unconventional act, which sees Paddy twirled and thrown around the dancefloor by 41-year-old Nicko: "Young and old together, to do something and to be so fit, I think that’s really great.”

Paddy and Nicko made it through to the Britain's Got Talent final in June 2014 but shortly before the semi-final Paddy suffered a rib injury, which almost forced them to pull out of the TV competition.

However - the gutsy great-gran, who took up salsa dancing after her husband David died of leukaemia, bravely waltzed back onto the show and the dance pair extraordinaire made it to the final.

Hampered by Paddy's injury though - they were eventually voted ninth overall.

They had, however, previously tasted victory on Spain's version of the talent show Tú Sí Que Vales which they won in 2009.