The Britain’s Got Talent live shows are finally here – with 40 acts competing for a place in the grand final.
The semi-finalists are hoping to impress the judges and the voting public to be in with a chance of winning a life-changing £250,000 and a spot at the Royal Variety Performance.
Amongst the eight acts performing tonight are two golden buzzer winners, so the competition will be fierce.
While Latin legend Gloria Estefan will join the UK cast of the musical On Your Feet! The Emilio and Gloria Estefan Musical to perform a medley of her greatest hits including Rhythm is Gonna Get You and Turn the Beat Around.
Here is the line-up for the first semi-final:
Rosie & Adam
Daredevil skaters Rosie and Adam are hoping to book a place in the final.
The 21 and 28-year-olds, from Blackpool, impressed the judges in their audition with acrobatic figure skating.
Rosie revealed this week that she has quit her job to focus on training for the semi-final full-time.
They received four yeses during the audition and came out unscathed – but will it all go to plan this time?
Magician Elizabeth terrified Amanda Holden during her creepy audition.
Amanda was taken into a strange, dark room as part of the spooky act.
The magician then transformed into an old woman in front of our eyes and left screaming Amanda in shock.
Elizabeth promised she would return – so what has she got in store for the final?
Dave & Finn
Heroic police dog Finn is back with 42-year-old trainer Dave for the first semi-final.
Their audition was not only magical, but it also moved the audience, judges and presenters Ant & Dec to tears.
We all know Simon loves a dog act – but can they do an Ashley & Pudsey and win the competition?
The singing and dancing troupe through a curve ball in their audition that tricked the judges.
Just as it seemed their audition was going very wrong, KNE stunned the judges and most of the audience as well.
The group, aged 22-35, are from Milton Keynes, Bedford and Ealing.
Do they have what it takes to be the next Diversity?
Ant McPartlin and Dec Donnelly gave their golden buzzer to dancer Akshat.
The 14-year-old, from Mumbia, became an overnight sensation after taking part in India’s Got Talent and appearing on The Ellen DeGeneres Show.
Can the dancing dynamo find success on the British version of the show?
Tony left the judges in hysterics during his audition with his hilarious impressions.
The 58-year-old, from Bournemouth, will probably bring some more bizarre props .
Will he wow the voters? Or just anger some famous faces?
Flakefleet Primary School
This group of 40 schoolchildren put on a mesmerising performance during the first episode of the series.
The kids, aged between 5 and 11, came from Fleetwood, Lancashire to put on an amazing show.
David Walliams was moved to tears and pressed his golden buzzer to send them through to tonight’s semi-final.
Can they go all the way and win the competition?
Singer Brian almost gave up on music after his brother’s tragic death.
After a year away, the 32-year-old returned to the stage to perform a moving version of ‘I’ll Never Love Again’.
Can he replicate his emotional audition tonight?
*Britain’s Got Talent airs tonight on ITV at 7.30pm with results at 9pm
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