Last night’s Britain’s Got Talent ushered two more acts through to the live finale.
They will join all the successful acts all vying for victory on Sunday’s grand finale show. The prize: £250,000 and the chance to perform at the Royal Variety Performance at the Royal Albert Hall later this year.
Here is a round-up of what happened in Wednesday’s show.
What happened in the show?
Singers Dylan B and Travis George, guitarist Harry Churchill, comedian Marcus Birdman and Yo-Yo enthusiasts Toy Toy Toy all performed.
There were also turns from illusionist Miki Dark and dance troupes Notorious and Ghetto Kids.
At one point Bruno Tonioli appeared to lose his head courtesy of Miki Dark’s skills.
Favourites Ghetto Kids received a standing ovation from all four judges for their uplifting performance. They won Wednesday’s show.
It was then up to the judges to pick between the two remaining acts.
But it was a split vote, with Bruno and Alesha Dixon choosing Travis and Amanda Holden and Simon Cowell opting for Harry, saying the “right thing to do” was to put it to the public vote.
Travis won the most votes and is through to Sunday’s final.
Who is through to the BGT live final?
The acts through to the final so far are:
- Musa Motha
- Amy Lou
- Viggo Venn
- Olivia Lynes
- Ghetto Kids
- Travis George
Who is performing on tonight’s show?
In the fourth semi-final show the acts hoping to win a place in Sunday’s show are:
- Felix Clements – Dancing PE teacher
- Noodle – Virtual feline singer
- Chickenshed – GOLDEN BUZZER – inclusive theatre company
- MB15 – GOLDEN BUZZER – beatboxing artist Mohamed
- Kimoon Do – Magician and comedian who impressed at his audition with a card trick.
- Boycanto – All-male musical theatre group
When is the final?
The semi-finals will be broadcast tonight and Friday 2 June from 8pm to 10pm on ITV1 and ITVX.
Those successful acts will then return for the final on Sunday 4 June at 7.30pm on ITV1 and ITVX.
This year’s Royal Variety Performance will be held on Thursday, November 2023 at the Royal Albert Hall.