It's the last of the semi-finals on Britain's Got Talent 2013, here's tonight's line up...
So far eight acts have made it through to the final, leaving just two spots left for this evening's last nine performers.
As usual, each act will get just one chance to wow the judges and the public, before us viewers decide the top three.
The most popular act with the public will go straight through to next weekend's final, while the next top rated acts will have their fate decided by the judges.
But just who's left to to take on the pressure of a live performance? Here's a run down of the final nine acts...
Attraction are a group of 9 dancers who perform shadow routines. At their audition they reduced Amanda to tears after they performed an original and emotional shadow dance routine inspired by a love story.
Aliki comes from a musical family. She was diagnosed with Focal Encephalitis during university and lost all co-ordination of speech and movement. Her mum would sit with her and sing. Singing helped her to recover from her illness and she has been performing and teaching music since. Her emotional performance of Bring Me To Life by Evanesence received four yeses and nearly brought the judges to tears with the significance of the lyrics to her story.
Maarty is originally from Bloemendaal in the Netherlands but moved to London a year ago. He loves the eighties and has been playing the Keytar for several years. His enthusiastic audition where he sang his own song ‘Backdoor Lover’ impressed three of the judges, but failed to get a yes from Simon.
Jordan started playing guitar when he was 10 and has been performing for the last 5 years. He went to college to study music but his dad changed his course to Business. At his audition he impressed all of the judges with his acoustic performance of One Direction’s Little Things.
Rob and Craig are both professional musicians they have been gigging together for the last 17 years. In their act of battling piano players they use various musical styles. In their audition they got 3 buzzes from Simon, Amanda and Alesha. However at the end of their performance Amanda and Alesha withdrew their buzzers and voted yes.
The Glambassadors have been together since 2011 and are all professional dancers. They performed a camp dance routine to Alesha’s The Boy Does Nothing and impressed the judges despite David commenting to one of the dancers ‘it was distracting seeing your nipples throughout the whole thing’.
The Voices of Incognito
Gospel Singers Incognito have been singing individually since they can remember. They recently performed at Katie Price’s wedding to Keiran Haylor. At their first audition the gospel choir sang I Open My Mouth to The Lord and got 4 massive yeses from the judges.
CEO Dancers - Ezinne, Soliat and Nqobile - have been dancing together for 2 and a half years. The three girls cheered the judges up at their audition and got 4 yeses after impressing them with their booty shaking African inspired dancing.
Steve has been doing his act for 15 years and has a passion for making people laugh. He performed his ventriloquist act at his audition where he received four yeses and got all the judges laughing.
The live semi-final starts, as always, at 7PM on ITV.
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