Britain’s Got Talent 2018 starts tonight on ITV and here’s a first look at all the contestants.
Tonight sees a bumper opening episode on ITV from 8PM with twelve acts hoping for at least three yeses from the judges.
Or even that elusive golden buzzer which would see them straight into the live shows.
So who are the first batch of hopefuls? Meet the potentially talented, wacky and wonderful lot below…
Sascha Williams is 29-year-old professional Circus Performer, from Australia. He performs a daredevil Rola Bola acrobatic act in front of the terrified judges, assisted by his fiancée Stephanie Nock.
DMU Gospel Choir
DMU Gospel Choir are a Gospel choir from Leicester. they get the energy going with a medley of “I Will Follow Him/ Oh Happy Day”.
B-Positive Choir is the official choir of the NHS Blood and Transplant, set up to encourage people to donate blood. The choir is made up of 48 members from all over the UK. The choir sings Andra Day’s Rise Up.
Robert White is a 41-year-old music teacher and comedian from West Sussex. Robert performs musical comedy, singing a song about the judges.
Young Calum Courtney is a 10-year-old pupil from Essex. Callum sings Michael Jackson’s “Who’s Lovin’ You”.
Mr Uekusa is a 30-year-old comedian from Japan. Kazuhisa Uekusa performs table cloth tricks on his body… while getting naked. Obviously.
Marc Spelmann is a 46-year-old magician from London. He’s seen performing a mind reading routine for the judges in a bid to make it through.
Laura and Rich
Duo Laura (37) and Rich (31) are friends from South Devon, who both perform Live Action Role Play. Laura and Rich perform a sword dancing routine.
Julian Ellis is a 40-year-old farmer from St Buryan, who invites David Walliams on stage for his act. David joins Julian in front of the judges, whilst Julian recites a poem about the life of a dairy cow.
Matt Johnson is a 43-year-old from Rotherham, living in Canada. Matt performs an escapology trick, whilst locked and chained inside a tank filled with water.
Marty Putz is a 55-year-old inventor and comedian from Canada, living in Los Angeles. Marty displays his inventions on stage and covers Simon in toilet roll.
DVJ (aka Diversity Juniors)
DVJ stands for Diversity Junior and is a dance group of 10 school children, aged 10-18 years old. The dance group have been guided by Diversity’s Ashley Banjo.
Britain’s Got Talent 2018 airs at 8PM tonight on ITV with the first auditions.
Straight after at 9:25PM you can tune in to Britain’s Got More Talent on ITV2 with Stephen Mulhern.