The Britain's Got Talent 2018 finalists have tonight been confirmed: Meet the acts who are in the live shows HERE!
This weekend sees the climax of Britain's Got Talent 2018 as the winner is crowned.
Last weekend saw the last of the BGT 2018 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 past week, the semi-finalists have performed live for viewer votes and each night two acts made the final.
Britain's Got Talent 2018 finalists
The acts in the final...
Donchez Dacres. David Walliams' golden buzzer. Donchez Dacres is a 60-year-old AA man who got everyone on their feet with his original song ‘Wiggle Wine.
Gruffydd Wyn Roberts. Amanda Holden'ss golden buzzer. Gruffydd Wyn Roberts is a 22-Year-old singer from Amlwch on the Isle-of-Anglesey in North Wales.
Tim and Jack Goodacre. Simon Cowell's golden buzzer. 43-year-old Dad, Tim and 12-year-old Jack are from Norwich.
DVJ aka Diversity Juniors. A dance group of 10 school children, aged 10-18 years old.
Robert White. 41-year-old music teacher and comedian from West Sussex. Robert performed a comedy song about the judges.
Calum Courtney. 10-year-old singer from Essex. Callum performed Michael Jackson’s “Who’s Lovin’ You”.
Lost Voice Guy. Lee Ridley, a 37-year-old comedian from Newcastle, Lee has cerebral palsy which has left him unable to speak, so used his iPad to deliver a unique comedy routine.
The D-Day Darlings. The D-Day Darlings are a wartime themed choir made up of nine girls aged 27-39.
Micky P Kerr. Micky P Kerr is a 36-year-old part-time Primary School Teacher who performs original comedy songs.
Giang Brothers. Quoc Co (33) and Quoc Nghiep (29) are brother from Ho Chi Minh City in Vietnam. They performed an acrobatic balancing routine.
Britain's Got Talent 2018 semi-finalists
Those who made the live shows but didn't make the final...
Lifford Shillingford. Alesha Dixon's golden buzzer. He is a 42-year-old singer from South London, who previously performed with Artful Dodger on their hit Please Don't Turn Me On.
Marc Spelmann. 46-year-old magician from London, performed a mind reading routine involving the judges and his daughter.
B-Positive Choir. Official choir of the NHS Blood and Transplant, made up of 48 members from all over the UK. They sang Andra Day
Andrew Lancaster. Impressed with celebrities including Donald Trump, Brian Cox, Nigel Farage and Russel Brand.
RISE Unbroken. A group of 11 dancers aged between 10 -24 years old. The group performed a dance with wheelchairs to help one of the members, Hollie Booth, get back into dancing following injuries she sustained during the Manchester terror attack in 2017.
Amy Marie Borg. Amy Marie Borg is a 16-year-old student and singer from Malta. Amy performed Nella Fantasia.
The Ratpackers. Dennis DeMille (51) and Marvin Muoneke (22) are modern day Rat Pack singers from Weston Supermare.
Baba Yega. Baba Yega are a dance group made up of five mysterious dancers.
Mandy Muden. Mandy Muden is a full-time comedy magician from London.
Father Ray Kelly. 64-year-old Parish Priest, from Oldcastle, Co. Meath in Ireland. He sang ‘Everybody Hurts’ by R.E.M.
Sascha Williams. 29-year-old professional Circus Performer, from Australia. At his audition, Sasha performed his Rola Bola acrobatic act.
Cali Swing. A group of 10 dancers aged 9-14 years old, living in London. All of the children are from a Latin American background and danced to a salsa song.
Maddox Dixon. Magician who performed a number of magic tricks with a Rubik’s Cube
Olena UUTAi. 31-year-old musician Olena UUTAi from Russia.
Sarah Llewellyn. Opera singer who performs stripping, doing contortion and eating cake.
Bring It North (formerly Made Up North). Made Up North are a group of singers made up of five schoolchildren aged 10-11 from the North of England.
Ronan Busfield. A 33-year-old singer and HR worker for Tesco.
Aleksandar Mileusnic. Aleksandar Mileusnic is a 23-year-old council worker and singer from Stevenage.
Matt Johnson. 43-year-old from Rotherham, living in Canada. Matt performed an escapology trick, locked and chained inside a tank filled with water.
Acrocadabra (Spotlight Stage School). Spotlight Stage School are a dance group aged between 9-17 from Birmingham. The group perform a dance and acrobatics routine together with some magic tricks.
Futunity. Futunity are a dance group aged between from 8-24 years-old. who freak out the judges when they appear appear dressed as zombies.
Shameer Rayes. 19 years old Shameer Rayes from Manchester follows his older brother Shaquille’s performance. Shameer performs a dance routine as a doll that comes alive.
DMU Gospel Choir. Gospel choir from Leicester. They sang a medley of “I Will Follow Him/ Oh Happy Day”.
Mr Uekusa. 30-year-old comedian from Japan. Kazuhisa Uekusa performed table cloth tricks - whilst naked.
Nick Page. Nick is a Comedian from Gloucestershire who performs a stand-up routine after revealing hopes of starting a family with his wife.
Ellie and Jeki. Performers Ellie (34) and Jeki (29) are a married couple from South Korea who perform a quick-change act.
Marty Putz. 55-year-old inventor and comedian from Canada, living in Los Angeles. He showcased his wacky inventions.
Noel James. Noel James is a 52-year-old exam invigilator and comedian from Wales.
Magus Utopia. Magus Utopia is a group of fantasy illusionists from the Netherlands who freak out everyone with their performance.
Lexie and Christopher. School children Lexie (10) and Christopher (10) are a Latin ballroom duo from Manchester and Sheffield.
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The Britain's Got Talent 2018 live shows aired from Monday, May 28 until Friday, June 1.
The ten finalists will then go head to head in the grand finale this SUNDAY night, June 3.