Here's tonight's Britain's Got Talent 2017 semi-final line up with the contestants performing on Wednesday's live show.
This evening will see the third live show of the series as eight acts perform live before the public vote opens.
In a twist this year there will be NO judges' vote: Instead the two acts with the most votes in each semi-final will automatically go through to the final on Saturday.
However the judges will get some power, with the panel picking one lucky wild card act from the runners up at the end of the week to also make the final.
It means there will be a total of 11 acts in the final on Saturday night.
Up on this evening's (Wednesday) show are...
Tonight's Britain's Got Talent 2017 semi-final line up
Josephine is a 29 year old magician and yoga instructor from London. She’s been involved in magic since she was 18 after landing the role as a magician’s assistant. Josephine has been performing as a lead illusionist for just over a year and entered Britain’s Got Talent to represent women in the magic industry. Josephine’s audition left the judges stunned with Alesha saying, “it blew me away, fantastic!”
London School of Bollywood
London School of Bollywood are a dance group from London made up of students and working professionals, aged 18-26, who are all passionate about Bollywood and its culture. Their goal is to spread their positive message of diversity to a bigger audience. The judges loved their performance and praised them for the originality and for their message. David said, “This was beautiful, well done.”
Jay is a 36 year-old support worker from Gloucestershire, where he lives with his girlfriend and his dog. Jay spends his spare time creating costumes and making music and decided to combine his two passions for his audition by performing A-ha’s ‘Take On Me’ in a 10ft robot costume. David said he was, “the best singing Robot”
Ned is an eight year-old primary school boy from Maidstone, Kent. Ned loves making people laugh and has been performing comedy routines since he was six years-old. He shocked the judges with his ‘savage’ jokes about them but had them all in fits of laughter. Alesha said, “Very well done” and Simon added, “You look nice and sweet, but you are very cheeky!”
Sarah is a 16 year old student from Milton Keynes who dreams of becoming a full-time singer. Sarah wowed the judges with her incredible and powerful performance of Jennifer Hudson’s, ‘And I Am Telling You’. “You are incredible for someone of your age on this stage and you nailed the song”, said Simon after he pressed the first golden buzzer of the series.z
David is a 22 year-old student and tap dancer from Dingle, Ireland. He started dancing when he was five years old and has entered a number of competitions, winning five World Championships. He no longer competes as he wants to put together his own routines and share them with the world. The judges loved his performance and praised his creativity and originality. Alesha said, “You are amazing, you dance brilliantly!”
Martin and Faye
Martin (45) and Faye (10) are a father and daughter singing duo from Cheshire. Martin is a full-time performer while Faye started signing just over a year ago. They have been performing together for the past 10 months after always singing in the car. David said their performance of ‘The Prayer’ was, “beautiful.”
Tokio is a 32 year old pianist from London. He grew up on a rough estate and started playing piano
when he was nine and now wants to inspire young kids from rougher areas to follow their dreams. Tokio impressed the audience and judges alike with Simon saying, “It was really dramatic and cool”, and David adding, “You had us from the first moment”.
As well as performances from the acts, each night will also see a guest performer as the semi-finalists wait to find out if they are one step closer to being crowned winner of Britain’s Got Talent 2017.
Appearing on tonight's show will be the cast of the Bat Out Of Hell Musical
Britain's Got Talent 2017 airs tonight LIVE from 7:30PM on ITV with the results at 9:30PM.
The live semi-finals air all week until Friday before the final on Saturday, June 3.