Britain's Got Talent 2014: Tonight's semi-final line up - who's on Saturday's show!

Bailey McConnell (Britain's Got Talent 2014)

Here's your run down of who's in tonight's Britain's Got Talent 2014 semi-final.

If you're wondering just who's let to perform on the show then wonder no more as here are the final set of contestants going before the judges this week.

The last set of nine acts will be competing for the final two spots in the final alongside the likes of Opera singer Lucy Kay, musical theatre group Collabro and magician Darcy Oake.

It's going to be a very tough semi-final tomorrow evening with plenty of talent and variety too...

Who's on Britain's Got Talent 2014 tonight

Paddy and Nico
> Paddy & Nico get all-clear for Britain's Got Talent semi-final
Paddy was born in Stourbridge but is now retired and lives in Spain. She started dance classes at Nico’s dance academy and one year later they teamed up and began doing their Acrobatic Salsa act. She left the judges astounded as her feet barely touched the floor during her audition. Amanda pressed her golden buzzer for Paddy and labelled her ‘inspirational’.

Andrew Derbyshire
Andrew has been singing since the young age of 3 and at 16 he moved to London to pursue music. It’s not the first time he has auditioned in front of Simon, as he appeared on the first series of Pop Idol in 2001. During his first audition he wowed the audience and got a standing ovation from all four judges with his rendition of Joslin Brown – Somebody Else’s Guy.

Bailey McConnell
Bailey lives at home with his family and studies music at school. At his audition Bailey performed an original song that he wrote about experience he has of bullying called ‘Dying Hole’. He received great feedback from all three judges who were very impressed with his song writing ability.

Jack Pack
This swing band made up of Alfie, Adam, Andrew and Sean really impressed the judges with their performance of the classic Frank Sinatra song ‘That’s Life’. Alesha took a particular liking to Alfie describing his voice as ‘the cream in the coffee’.

Jenson Zhu
Jenson moved to the UK from China in 2000, to go on to complete three degrees. Jenson received
mixed responses to his impressions. The crowd roared with laughter as he hilariously attempted to impersonate The BeeGees and Marlon Brando from Godfather. Although Simon described him as the worst impressionist he’d ever seen, David thought he was “a really funny guy” with “funny bones”. Despite the criticism, Jenson received three yeses.

Kieran Lai
Kieran is currently studying for his A-levels but hopes to eventually be on the big stage. Kieran wowed the judges with his incredible tin-man dance routine. His focus and commitment to dance was prevalent throughout his performance. Not only did the judges love his choreography but they also acknowledged his confidence and charisma as a performer. Simon described Kieran as a “real genius” and David thought his audition was “faultless”.

Kings and Queens
Kings and Queens are made up of several Latin dancing couples, who decided to join forces to create a ‘supergroup’. Their choice of music was complimented by their incredible choreography, which engaged the judges throughout. Their performance was exciting and unpredictable. Amanda commented on their style describing it as “a glimpse into the future of how this should be” and Alesha enjoyed the way they created their own show.

La Voix and the London Gay Big Band
La Voix has been a drag act for about 9 years. Supported by the London Gay Big Band, La Voix wowed all of the present judges by performing ‘New York, New York’. David described her as a “born entertainer” and Alesha congratulated her for making such an impact. La Voix also ticked all the boxes for Amanda who thought she was “perfect for Great Britain and the queen”.

Peat Loaf and Elaine
Pete (Peat Loaf) and Elaine grouped together to perform at a large club in Benidorm and they’ve been performing together ever since. Their performance of ‘Anything For Love’ impressed nearly all the judges, apart from Simon who said he found it difficult to get excited by tribute acts. David, however, thought their voices sounded great together and Amanda found it very ‘believable’.

Who do you think will get through? Make your predictions in the comments!

The final BGT semi-final airs tonight at 7PM on ITV.

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