Britain’s Got Talent 2019 continued on TV last night (May 25) and here’s all the auditions to watch online.
Saturday saw the final audition episode of the series with nine new acts going before judges David Walliams, Simon Cowell, Alesha Dixon and Amanda Holden.
But who got through to the next round with three or more yeses?
Watch all of the auditions from Britain’s Got Talent’s eight episode below!
Britain’s Got Talent auditions – week 8
Following The Queen’s appearance on this year’s first audition show, the final episode sees another special appearance from the prime minister ‘TM’ who performed a dance routine that ended waving around the British and EU flags. With four yeses, she made the next round.
58-year-old comedian and magician John Archer was hoping to make his family proud as he faced his fears and went before the judges. Inviting David Walliams on stage, John tried to read his mind with a trick involving tricks that went ‘perfectly wrong’. With four yeses, he made it through.
Dance group KNE are aged 22-35. Their audition began with Kyle singing Adele’s Hello before he was joined on stage by a group of dancers who performed a street routine that received four yeses from the judges.
Group of magicians 4MG are made up of 18-year-old Harry, 17-year-old Theo, 17-year-old Josh and 19-year-old James. Their mind-reading card trick involving all of the judges saw them get through with four yeses after being branded the “boyband of magic”.
Dance group Funky Feet are from Liverpool and made up of countless members aged 11 to 18. Their routine to Little Mix’s Power was branded “fierce” by the panel as the group sailed through to the next round.
Closing auditions for 2019 were a group of Disco Dogs who danced to a mix of Dog themed tracks including Who Let The Dogs Out and Hound Dog. There was a twist at the end, as it was revealed the trio on stage were none other than Ant, Dec and Stephen Mulhern.
Britain’s Got Talent airs on ITV.
You can watch full episodes online via the ITV Hub.
Those acts who make it through the auditions stood the chance of making the live semi-finals on Monday.
Up for grabs for the winner is a £250,000 cash prize and a spot on the Royal Variety Performance.