The Britain's Got Talent 2013 finalists have been chosen, with ten acts all competing next weekend.
Here's a run down of the top ten acts - and their odds of winning the final on Saturday night.
[tag]Arisxandra Libantino[/tag] - 40/1
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]Asanda Jezile[/tag] - 50/1
Asanda has grown up surrounded by performers, with her dad being in The Lion King in London for nine years. She sees herself as ‘a mini diva’ and is inspired by Rihanna, Beyoncé and Willow Smith. She sang Rihanna’s Diamonds and shocked judges with her fantastic voice and stage presence at her audition. Alesha labelled her ‘a little super star.’
[tag]Attraction[/tag] - 5/4 favourites
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.
[tag]Francine Lewis[/tag] - 33/1
When Francine was just 5 years old she started doing impressions of her teachers, friends and family. She then went on to study acting, singing and dancing. She had all of the judges laughing at her fantastic impressions of the likes of Stacy Solomon, Katie Price and Cheryl Cole.
[tag]Gabz[/tag] - 33/1
Gabz has been singing since the age of 4 and has been writing her own music since she was 10. She loves music and plays 5 instruments. She got the judges singing along with her when she performed her original and catchy song ‘The One’ at her audition.
[tag]Jack Carroll[/tag] - 3/1
Jack has been writing and performing stand-up comedy for the past three years. He suffers from Cerebral-Palsy but has a hugely positive outlook on life. Jack wants to break down any stigmas related to disability through his comedy. He won the Pride of Britain award for ‘Teenager of Courage’ in 2012. At his audition Jack’s stand-up comedy performance had the judges in hysterics from beginning to end and received four yeses.
[tag]Jordan O’Keefe[/tag] - 12/1
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.
[tag]Luminites[/tag] - 20/1
The Luminites - Jordan, Ben, Stephanie, Corey - are from Essex and were all doing different things before they started the band. Steph and JJ were at college, Corey was a tyre mechanic and Ben was busking. They now all work on the band full-time. Steph describes the boys as ‘like brothers’. At their audition they impressed the judges with their contemporary version of the song Hurt so Good by Susan Cadogan which Simon labelled ‘genius’.
[tag]Pre-Skool[/tag] - 40/1
Pre Skool are a street dance crew who have been together for a year. They were inspired to audition after their older siblings ‘Nu SXool’ reached the semi-finals last year. They got four yeses from the judges after they performed a dance routine at their audition where David said their dancing lived up to how cute they were.
[tag]Richard and Adam[/tag] - 9/2
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.
The Britain's Got Talent 2013 final will air on Saturday, June 8 on ITV.
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