Britain’s Got Talent 2019 semi-finalists: Meet the contestants in the live shows

Britain's Got Talent 2019 contestants: Meet everyone in the live shows

The Britain’s Got Talent 2019 semi-finalists have been confirmed: Meet the contestants who are in the live shows HERE!


This week sees the climax of Britain’s Got Talent 2019 as the winner is crowned.

Saturday night saw the last of the BGT 2019 auditions on ITV as the final few contestants were chosen.

The judges then faced the difficult task of cutting down this year’s crop of talented contestants to the lucky 40, who got the chance to perform in the live shows. They joined the five golden buzzer acts who had a guaranteed spot in the semi-finals already.

Over the next week, the semi-finalists will perform live for viewer votes and each night two acts made the final.

Up for grabs for the winner is a £250,000 cash prize and a spot on the Royal Variety Show.

But who’s in the Britain’s Got Talent live shows this year? Meet all the confirmed acts below…


Britain’s Got Talent 2019 semi-finalists

Flakefleet Primary School – GOLDEN BUZZER – Flakefleet Primary School is a group of school children aged 5-11 from Lancashire
Kojo Anim – GOLDEN BUZZER – Stand up comedian
Akshat Singh – GOLDEN BUZZER – 13-year-old dancer
Giorgia Borg – GOLDEN BUZZER – 10 year old singer from Malta
Chapter 13 – GOLDEN BUZZER – Band made up of 14-year-old Jacob, 15-year-old Noah, 15-year-old Tom and 15-year-old Jake.

John Archer – 58-year-old comedian magician
Ursula Burns – Singing harpist
Dave and Finn – 42 year old policeman from Buntingford and his magical dog Finn.
KNE – Dance group aged 22-35
Lil Icons (Iconic) – Dance group Iconic made up of young kids aged 7-11

Gonzo – 33-year-old “extreme tambourinist” from Japan
The Queen – Drag comedy ‘The Queen’ gave the judges’ a roasting.
Barbara Nice – Comedian
X – Mystery mentalist magic act
Mark McMullan – 23-year-old singer from Northern Ireland

Faith Tucker – Faith Tucker is an 18-year-old singer from Nottingham.
Rosie and Adam (Rollabatics) – Rosie, 21, and Adam, 38 from Blackpool are rollerbladers
Colin Thackery – 88-year-old singer
Khronos Girls – All female dance group Khronos Girls from Croydon
Angels Inc. – All woman magic troupe Angels Inc

Rob King – 28-year-old singer from Manchester
Tony Rudd – 58-year-old Comedy impressionist
Vardanyan Brothers – The Vardanyan Brothers are aged 28 and 32 from Russia.
Matt Stirling – 46 year old stunt magician
Leanne Mya – 31-year-old singer from London

Jimmy Tamley – A 64-year-old professional comedian ventriloquist from Devon.
Guy First (State of Fart) – Hand musician
Jonathan Goodwin – Stuntman and magician
Brian Gilligan – 32-year-old music teacher from Dublin
The Haunting (Elizabeth) – Mysterious magician who goes by the name Elizabeth.

Graeme Mathews – 34 year old comedy magic act from Essex
Siobhan Phillips – 42-year-old comedy singer from Wakefield.
Ben Hart – Magician from London
Brotherhood – Group of masked magicians
Duo A&J – Aerialists Duo A&J are made up of from Julia from Coventry and Alex from the Ukraine.

Fabulous Sisters – Dance group Fabulous Sisters are an all female group aged 12-26 from Japan.
Gomonov Knife Show – Knife throwing duo made up of Andrei Gomonov and Daria Sheremet
Jacob Jones – Singing barber
Kerr James – 12-year-old singer from Glasgow
4MG – A group of magicians made up of 18-year-old Harry, 17-year-old Theo, 17-year-old Josh and 19-year-old James.

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The Britain’s Got Talent 2019 live shows aired from Monday, May 27 until Friday, May 31.

The ten finalists will then go head to head in the grand finale on SUNDAY night, June 2.