Britain’s Got Talent 2018 continues tonight on ITV and here’s a spoiler-filled first look at all the contestants.
This evening sees the fifth bumper episode of auditions on ITV from 8PM with eleven brand new 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 far we’ve seen Alesha Dixon, Ant and Dec, Simon Cowell and David Walliams all use the golden buzzer this year, leaving only one automatic spot in the semi-finals up for grabs.
Will any of tonight’s contestants convince Amanda Holden to be the next to hit the golden buzzer? Time is running out!
Meet the latest talented, wacky and wonderful lot of BGT 2019 contestants below…
Britain’s Got Talent 2019 contestants
Duo Dance Dynamics are a couple made up of David and Darren aged 38 and 39 who are both food service assistants from Belfast.
Rob King is 28-years-old from Manchester who works at the Bar & Restaurant at the Lowry Theatre where the show’s auditions are being held. On the stage for the first time, he sings Conchita Wurst’s Rise Like A Phoenix.
Hoping to set a brand new World Record for his audition, 25-year-old variety performer Jay Rawlings attempts an incredible feat as he tries to balance 11 chairs on his chin.
34 year old Graeme from Essex describes himself as a “comedy person” who has been thinking about auditioning for years. Finally put himself in spotlight, Graeme welcomes up Amanda to the stage for his comedy magic routine.
27 year old Rosie Matthew from Glasgow promises a unique audition as she performs an aerial dance routine – with an added twist.
Angels Inc. are a performing group from the Netherlands who want to go international – but will their magic act get them enough yeses to make the next round.
Duo A & J are Alex are from Ukraine and Julia from Coventry are a couple and have been performing their dance routine for over a year now, can it impress the Britain’s Got Talent judges?
23-year-old Mark McMullan from Northern Ireland sings Bring Him Home from Les Misérables, sharing with the judges a touching personal story behind the song choice.
Iconic are a dance group made up of performers aged 7-11. Their energetic routine to some of history’s pop music greats gets the Judges boogying in their chairs. But will the dance group get four yeses?
Britain’s Got Talent 2019 is back Saturday night at 8PM on ITV with More Talent straight after on ITV2 from 9:20PM.