Britain's Got Talent 2015 WILL have a wild card act it has been confirmed, but who will it be?
Past series have see wildcards given out to acts who didn’t quite make the cut in the semi-finals with impressionist Jon Clegg, boyband The Mend and ventriloquist Steve Hewlett all enjoying a second chance in previous years.
And the BGT judges confirmed last night that this year’s series would again see an extra act make the final who lost out during the semi finals.
Amanda Holden revealed she’d be backing her golden buzzer act Revelation Avenue Singers to be the BGT 2015 wild card after they lost out on making the final in last night’s BGT results. The choir just missed out on a spot in the last live show to dance troupe Old Men Grooving.
However Simon Cowell pointed out it would be a group decision by the judges on who the wild card will be and that there were still three semi-finals to go yet.
On Monday night, the panel had hinted that they’d like to see world record breaking dog act Cally back after her performance on the show popping balloons.
Cally beat the previous record held by an American dog whose owner has since challenged Cally to a 'balloon popping dog off'.
For now, Britain's Got Talent 2015 continues Wednesday night on ITV with a line up of Dylan Byrd, Ella Shaw, Gracie Wickens-Sweet, IMD Legion, Jamie Raven, Narinder Dhani, The Kingdom Tenors, The Sakyi Five and UDI.