Britain's Got Talent 2019 finalists: Meet the contestants in tonight's live show

Britain's Got Talent 2019 contestants and wild card in the final
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The Britain’s Got Talent 2019 finalists have been confirmed: Meet the acts who are in the live final tonight HERE!

This weekend sees the climax of Britain’s Got Talent 2019 as the winner is crowned.

Last weekend saw the last of the BGT 2019 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.

They’re joined by a special wildcard act – meet all the BGT 2019 finalists below…

Britain’s Got Talent 2019 finalists


Dancers Flakefleet Primary School (David Walliams golden buzzer)
Dancers Flakefleet Primary School (David Walliams golden buzzer)

Flakefleet Primary School are a singing and dancing act made up of school students from Fleetwood, Lancashire. They are David’s golden buzzer.

They said: “We all keep saying how surreal this is for us, we’re just a regular school in our little part of the North West and we can’t believe we’re in the Live Semi-Finals. It does feel a little bit like when Leicester City were top of the Premier League table at Christmas and nobody could believe it..



Magic dog act Dave and Finn
Magic dog act Dave and Finn

42-year-old Dave and Finn are a magic dog act from Hertfordshire.

Dave says: “We hope we do police dogs and the community proud. You can expect more tricks from Finn and hopefully a few amazing surprises. I really hope that the closeness and bond that Finn and I have comes through, too. I want to show how amazing dogs are, especially Finn.”



Comedian Kojo Anim (Simon Cowell's Golden Buzzer)
Comedian Kojo Anim (Simon Cowell’s Golden Buzzer)

Simon Cowell’s golden buzzer, Kojo Anim is a 38-year-old stand up comedian from London.

Kojo says: “You can expect to hear more relatable stories and a chance to share my culture with a new audience. I hope the crowd enjoys what I’ve got planned. ”



Singer Colin Thackery
Singer Colin Thackery

Colin Thackery is a 89-year-old singer from London.

Says Colin: “All I’ve ever wanted to do throughout this competition is sing, and that is what you can expect! It was incredibly moving to see the responses from the public to my performance, and I hope that my next performance will prove to be equally rousing.”



Magicians 4MG
Magicians 4MG

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!”



Comedy singer Siobhan Phillips
Comedy singer Siobhan Phillips

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.”



Ben Hart.
Magician Ben Hart.

Ben Hart is a 27-year-old magician from London.

“I’m really excited! Magic is at its very best when it’s live as anything can happen,” says Ben.



Singer Mark McMullan
Singer Mark McMullan

Mark McMullan is a 23-year-old singer from Newcastle.

Says Mark: “I was nervous about getting through to this stage which makes me really appreciate the whole experience, but because I’ve managed to get this far it makes me want to win more.”



Stuntman and magician Jonathan Goodwin
Stuntman and magician Jonathan Goodwin

Jonathan Goodwin is a 38-year-old magician from South Wales.

Jonathan says: “I’m super excited about the Semi-Finals of BGT. It’s an incredible opportunity and I’m really excited to see if I can pull off what I have planned.”



Magician X
Magician X

X is a mysterious magic act.

They said simply of their live show plans: “You’ll have to tune in to find out.”



Libby and Charlie.
Libby and Charlie.

Libby and Charlie are 11-year-old dancers.

The judges’ wild card, the pair were a late replacement to the live shows, replacing magicians Brotherhood who had withdrawn..

At their audition, the best friends said if they won the £250,000 they’d spend it on a holiday. They couldn’t wait to show the judges their moves, performing a dance routine to A Thousand Years by Christina Perri.


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The Britain’s Got Talent 2019 live shows aired from Monday, May 27 until Friday, May 31.

The eleven finalists will go head to head in the grand finale this SUNDAY night, June 2.

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