Britain's Got Talent 2013 auditions: Sneak peek at final try outs

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It's the final set of Britain's Got Talent 2013 auditions this evening and just a few more acts go before the judges

The first of those through and hoping to get a spot in the live shows is James More, a 24 year old full-time illusionist from London.

With help from his two assistants, James is seen balancing on a sword before seemingly been stabbed by the spike, much to the shock of the audience and the judges.

But of course, it's all part of the trick and has David Walliams won over, as he gushed: “It was amazing.”

However just what will Simon say?

The variety continues as Freelusion, a 3D dance show made up of Timea (39), Lajos (25), Viktor (22) and Laszlo (34) from Hungary, take to the stage.

Simon tells the group: “I thought it was really smart, very well-choreographed. It is like looking 10 year into the future.”

And there's another unusual act in the form of Chasing the Dream, which is a musical written by Danny Davies and Pete Gallagher from London.

Now it wouldn't be BGT without at least one singer playing the guitar, and 19-year-old Modupe is that person.

Putting a spin on the singing genre is Meat Diva, made up of salesman Matthew and wife Jody.

The couple mix Stars In Your Eyes style impersonations of famous performers with magic quick change to win over Amanda.

She says: “I don’t really know what to say, it was good fun. It made me laugh.”

Alesha wasn't too sure though, and comments: “Your voice is fantastic. I loved Tina and I loved Freddie but you kind of lost me around Cher and Meat Loaf.”

The final act of this year's auditions is 14-year-old Gabz (Gabrielle) Gardiner, who performs her own song for the judges.

Alesha tells her: “Your melodies are really good, like really good. I like that you were rapping at the piano I thought that was cool and different. And I love what you’re wearing, you’re a really nice girl and there was just something very, very sweet about that. I really liked it.”

And David adds: “If you can write a song like that at 14 years old, who knows what you can do. We’d be crazy to let you go.”

Find out who gets the much needed four yeses and which acts from all of the auditions are in live shows tonight, with BGT airing from 8PM on ITV.

Browse pictures of this weekend's final BGT auditions below...

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