Britain's Got Talent 2013: First semi-final line up revealed

Philip Green

The Britain's Got Talent 2013 live shows start tonight, and here's this evening's line up!

Every night nine acts will take to the stage while the judges - Simon Cowell, Amanda Holden, Alesha Dixon and David Walliams - will be on hand to offer their opinions.

Us viewers will vote for our favourite and the act with the highest number of public votes automatically goes through to the live grand final.

The two runner-up acts will then face the judges who will pick their favourite to go through to the live shows.

So, who's up first? Here's tonight's BGT semi-final line up..

[tag]Band of Voices[/tag] - singers
Band of Voices have been performing individually as backing singers for as long as they can remember. They first got together several months ago and mesmerised the judges when they performed Jessie J’s Price Tag and their own rendition of God Save the Queen at their audition. Both Amanda and David described their performance as the ‘best vocal performance’ that they had seen.

[tag]Bosom Buddies[/tag] - singers
Bosom Buddies are a drag singing duo act made up of Mark (48) & Stuart (29). They have been together for 18 months. They left the judges stunned with their performance of La Vie en Rose –by Edith Piaf and got 4 big yeses.

[tag]Youth Creation[/tag] - dancers
Youth Creation is an Essex based dance group made up of 4 boys and 29 girls. The troupe train 3 times a week and bring children together from lots of areas. The colourful dance group got 4 yeses from the judges after performing their energetic and upbeat dance routine.

[tag]Philip Green[/tag] - impressionist
Philip first started doing impressions at school. One day he was called out of class into the staff room so he could show teachers his impressions. His audition was the first time he had done his impressions in front of an audience. He had everyone laughing before he even begun his audition, and captivated all of the judges with his Stacey Solomon and Lorraine Kelly impersonations and got four yeses.

[tag]Arisxandra Libantino[/tag] - singer
Arisxandra began singing at the age of 4 in front of the mirror, it was then her mum and dad realised her amazing talent. She got 4 big yeses from the judges after surprising them with her powerful performance of One Night Only at her audition. Simon described her as ‘superhuman’.

[tag]J-Unity[/tag] - singers
Jerome and Jamal are twins from London. The twin brothers sang their own quirky version of Labrinth’s Express Yourself and got four yeses from the judges with Simon telling them he felt they had ‘come along at the right time.’

[tag]Aaron Crow[/tag] - magician / illusionist
Aaron has been a professional magician and illusionist for 15 years and kept judges on the edges of their seats, when he poured hot wax in his eyes, blindfolded himself and cut a pineapple off Ant’s head with a sword.

[tag]Martin Healy[/tag] - dancer
Martin has been taking dance lessons with his wife for the last 7 years. The doll he used in his audition only took him half an hour to make. He performed a waltz with a ‘partner’ made from a broom bead, face mask and a coat hanger. He performed to only three judges as Simon was ill at the auditions, and got three yeses.

[tag]Richard and Adam[/tag] - singers
Richard and Adam have been singing since they were young. Their Nan is their number one fan and introduced them to opera. The brothers stunned the judges with their powerful opera performance of Impossible Dream at their audition and got four yeses from the judges

Who do you think will triumph with the public? Which will you be voting for? Add your comments below!

Britain's Got Talent 2013 airs tonight, live on ITV from 7:30PM.

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