BRITAIN’S Got Talent’s last 2019 semi-final is set to hit our screens later this evening, with the remaining hopefuls battling it out for a place in Sunday night’s grand finale.
The acts hitting the stage for our viewing pleasure tonight include dance troupe Fabulous Sisters, dangerous daredevil Jonathan Goodwin, and comic Barbara Nice.
There are plenty of other headline-grabbing acts performing too, such as Jacob Jones – the singer who proposed to his girlfriend straight after his audition – and Grenfell Tower survivor Leanne Mya.
Mysterious Magician X will hopefully blow our minds all over again while his identity remains top secret, and Gonzo will, erm, be playing his tambourine in a bid to dance his way to the Royal Variety Show.
Finally, dancing duo Libby and Charlie have been confirmed as the lucky ones to replace The Brotherhood in the semi-final after the magic act’s planned death-defying stunt was BANNED from the ITV show.
As a result, the youngsters haven’t had very long to prepare for their performance, but they will no doubt be able to pull something incredible off.
Just two of the extremely talented acts will be able to nab a spot in Sunday’s show, joining last night’s semi-final winners Ben Hart and Mark McMullan.
Magician Ben was the one to win the most public votes yesterday but eagle-eyed fans are sure that they have exposed his tricks – flocking to social media after his performance to “out” his routine.
Cynics blasted the winning act’s “obvious” switches as he wowed Simon Cowell and Alesha Dixon with matchsticks and playing cards.
Elsewhere, viewers were left shocked when a little girl seemingly called hosts Ant and Dec the C-word during the live show, and Simon Cowell caused a social media stir when he stormed off stage and threatened to “murder” the programme’s producers when he was asked to do the can-can during ventriloquist Jimmy Tamley’s performance.
Amanda Holden was also back to her headline-grabbing ways, being slammed as “out of touch” when she claimed that one of her fancy heels cost a week’s wages – after wearing another risque dress.
The beauty has racked up several Ofcom complaints over the past week for her cleavage-baring gowns, with the TV watchdog previously confirming to The Sun Online that the show might face an investigation.
Amanda also dropped the F-bomb on live TV during Monday night’s semi-final when she got scared during The Haunting’s terrifying act.
I wonder what antics the star will get up to tonight…