Here's tonight's Britain's Got Talent 2019 semi-final line up with the contestants performing on Tuesday's live show.
This evening will see the second live show of the series as eight acts perform live before the public vote opens.
Two more acts will go through to the final, joining the singing and dancing kids of Flakefleet Primary School as well as magic dog act Dave & Finn who won Monday's first live semi-final.
Each night this week, eight of the Top 40 contestants will perform live in the hope of impressing viewers at home and winning the all-important public vote.
At the end of each live semi-final episode, the act with the most votes will head into the final leaving the judges to decide between the second and third placed acts as to who will join them.
Up on this evening's (Tuesday, May 28) show are...
Tonight's Britain's Got Talent 2019 line up
Giorgia Borg is a 11-year-old singer from Malta. She is Alesha Dixon's golden buzzer act.
"I’m feeling nervous but excited to show everyone what I can bring to the live shows," says Giorgia who promises "A powerful performance!"
4MG are a group of magicians made up of 18-year-old Harry, 17-year-old Theo, 17-year-old Josh and 19-year-old James.
They say: "Getting to the live shows means everything to us. Magic has been our life and getting the opportunity to perform on stage in front of an audience and on live TV is a dream come true!
"Our first act was all based around card magic, but our Semi-Final act will show a completely different side to us and if we get through to the final round we have got something even more amazing lined up."
Faith Tucker is an 18-year-old singer from Nottingham.
"I’m very excited for the Live Semi-Finals, it’s been fantastic watching some amazing acts throughout the last few weeks!" says Faith. "My next performance will be based around a beautiful modern song turned into a classical crossover rendition, which I hope everybody will enjoy. I can’t wait to be on stage again, it has been a truly wonderful experience!"
Matt Stirling is a 46-year-old stunt magician from London.
"I’m very excited about the Live Semi-Finals, I love performing to a live audience, so I just need to forget about the millions watching on TV at home," says Matt. He said of his semi-final performance tonight: "A few more magic stunts than we had before and a kicker of an ending!"
Siobhan Phillips is a 41-year-old comedy singer-songwriter from Wakefield.
Siobhan says: "I am extremely excited about the Live Semi-Finals since I don’t get out much! And the atmosphere will be electric in the Apollo....the thought of walking out to all those people is both exciting and terrifying in equal measure! Live TV will be nerve-wracking, no retakes and no second chances."
STATE OF THE FART
Guy First is a 26-year-old musician from Israel who performs as the State Of The Fart.
"I'm very excited about the Semi-Finals, I’m just happy I can keep the fun going!" he says. "For my next performance you can definitely expect the unexpected! It's going to be bigger, better and smellier!"
The Queen is a 92-year-old from Buckingham Palace (sort of...)
The Queen says of making the semi-finals: "Excited is not the word. I am BREXCITED! In fact, all of Britain is excited. That’s where the word comes from. I am beside myself.
"One was considering playing the bagpipes this time round. It’s such a pretty sound. They’re like an alarm clock for one. But it’s Spring, so Britain is already awake and eager to get on with it. I’ve ruled out a duet with Lady Gaga, but one may show her just how long a robe can be worn with flair."
The Vardanyan Brothers, aged 28 and 32, are siblings from Russia who perform a Danger Balancing Act.
"We are excited and really looking forward for the Live Semi-Finals! We have had a lovely response from the British public, everyone has been so supportive," say the brothers. "We hope we can entertain and impress the British public once again. Our aim is not to instil fear but to show that we are dedicated performers who train hard."
Two acts from each night’s show will make it into the live final on Sunday 2 June, with a chance of winning a life changing £250,000 and a spot at this year's Royal Variety Performance.
Together with the performances from the acts, each evening will also see guest performers as the semi-finalists wait to discover if they are one step closer to being crowned winner of Britain’s Got Talent 2019.
Appearing on tonight's show will be the cast of West End musical Six.
Britain's Got Talent 2019 airs tonight, May 28, 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 Sunday, June 2.