The line up for the last semi-final of Britain’s Got Talent which will be on Saturday, 31st of June has been announced.
Thursday night we saw duo Bars and Melody and violinist Lettice Rowbotham.
All acts will be competing for the final two places left to perform at the final, which will be on Saturday 7th June.
Paddy and Nico would be performing tomorrow but have had to withdraw from the competition, they were an acrobatic salsa act from Spain.
Performing will be:
Paddy and Nico, Amanda’s golden buzzer act is back! Amanda labelled Paddy as ‘inspirational’. Their Acrobatic Salsa act is one you’ll never forget, so stay tuned for some more impressive moves.
Andrew Derbyshire who has been singing from a very young age, and first met Simon when he auditioned for the first series of Pop Idol in 2001. In his first audition he wowed the audience gaining him four yeses from all judges and a standing ovation.
Music student Bailey McConnell is performing, who performed a song in his audition about his own experiences of bullying, called ‘Dying Hole’. All the judges were really impressed with his songwriting skills.
Jack Pack are a swing band, made up of four talented members. They impressed the judges as they sang ‘That’s Life’ by Frank Sinatra, and Alesha took a particular liking to member Alfie who described his voice as ‘the cream in the coffee’.
Despite Simon describing Jenson Zhu as the worst impressionist he’s ever seen, he left the audition room with three yeses and the audience were roaring with laughter. He attempted to impersonate The BeeGees and Marlon Brando.
Kieran Lai is studying his A Levels but would most like to make it into dance. His incredible tin-man dance routine left the judges impressed and they praised his charisma and confidence.
Kings And Queens are made up of several Latin dancing couples, who joined forces to create their own ‘supergroup’. Their performance was described by Amanda as ‘a glimpse into the future of how this should be’.
Unique act La Voix and The London Gay Big Band have been together for 9 years, and perform in drag. David described La Voix as ‘a born entertainer’ as they performed ‘New York, New York’.
Since performing together in Benidorm, Peat Loaf and Elaine have been singing together ever since. Simon was the only judge to take a dislike to their act, who said he finds it hard to get difficult about tribute acts. Amanda however, found their performance very believable.
The final Britain’s Got Talent semi-final is on ITV1 at 7pm this Saturday (31st May).