The Britain’s Got Talent 2023 finalists and wildcard have been confirmed: Who’s in the final? Here’s all you need to know about them.
After five nights of live shows and 40 semi-final performances the public have now chosen the 10 acts who will perform in Sunday night’s live final and in for a chance of winning a life-changing £250,000 and a coveted spot at the Royal Variety Performance.
The 10 finalists are joined by one judges’ wildcard chosen from the acts that made the top three in the semi-finals.
Britain’s Got Talent Final airs on Sunday, 4 June 7:30PM on ITV1 and ITVX.
Meet the finalists and wildcard below…
Britain’s Got Talent 2023 finalists
In her semi-final, singer Amy Lou performed And I Am Telling You I’m Not Going from the musical Dreamgirls. “I feel like with you, it’s written in the stars. Tonight you are shining, it was incredible and you blew the roof off,” Alesha said.
Closing the first live show of the week was golden buzzer dancer Musa Motha who got a standing ovation for his routine. “That was so epic, what a fabulous performance!” said Amanda while Simon added: “I’m lost for words… that was… I’ve run out of adjectives!”
In the semi-finals, aerial pair Duo Odyssey took to the air above the stage with an impressive routine. Alesha raved: “In your audition you took us to heaven and tonight you took us to hell and I loved it.”
Simon’s golden buzzer act, singer Malakai reduced Bruno to tears performing O Mio Babbino Caro in the live shows. Bruno said: “You are a gift of god! It’s incredible to have a boy like you producing this divine sound!”
22-year-old Travis from South Wales returned to the stage with a performance of Bring Him Home from Les Misérables. “It was subtle, it was beautiful it was effective!” declared Bruno.
Bruno’s golden buzzer act Ghetto Kids from Uganda had the audience on their feet with their semi-final performance. Bruno said: “You are so uplifting, you are so addictive. Each of every one of you is a beam of light. Simply irresistible!”
Amanda Holden’s golden buzzer act Olivia Lynes stunned once again in the live shows with a pitch perfect rendition of Into The Unknown from Frozen II.
Norwegian high-viz fan Viggo Venn came armed with a microphone and recorder for his semi-final performance and left the judges in stitches. “I nearly burst my guts” Bruno enthused.
The judges had no shortage of praise for dancer Lillianna Clifton’s routine in the semi-final routine. Bruno exclaimed: “You really are a sparkling diamond of a dancer. Your technique is out of this world.”
Scbhoolboy magician Cillian O’Connor left the judges stunned with his semi-final tricks. Simon said: “Honestly, there’s something about you, it’s the most amazing thing, really. You’re so good at what you do.”
In his semi-final, comedian Tonikaku returned with more ‘naked’ poses. After making the top three but just missing out on the final, Tonikaku has been chosen at the judges’ wildcard for the final.
Britain’s Got Talent’s grand final airs on Sunday, 4 June at 9PM.