Here's tonight's Britain's Got Talent 2018 semi-final line up with the contestants performing on Tuesday's live show.
This evening will see the second live show of the series as another eight acts perform live before the public vote opens.
Each night eight of the final 40 semi-finalists will perform live in the hope of impressing viewers at home and winning the all-important public vote.
Two acts from each night’s show will make it into the live final on Sunday 3 June, with a chance of winning a life changing £250,000 and a spot at this year's Royal Variety Performance.
But this year it won’t just be down to the viewers. The act with the highest public vote will automatically go into the final while the judges will decide between the second and third placed acts as to who will join them.
Those through in tonight's episode will join semi-final one winners Lost Voice Guy and the D-Day Darlings.
Up on this evening's (Tuesday) show are...
Tonight's Britain's Got Talent 2018 line up
60-year-old AA man Donchez lives in Wolverhampton, regularly performing to customers who have broken down in their vehicles. Donchez got the judges up dancing with his original hit the ‘Wiggle Wine’. David wiggle wined his way to the golden buzzer telling Donchez: “You are like a ray of golden sunshine, thank you!”
32-year-old Andrew from Lancashire has only been performing impressions on stage for two years, and turned professional in the last six months. Although Andrew is passionate about acting, he has struggled to make it his full-time career, taking many other jobs to make ends meet, such as a cab driver, a bin man, working in a biscuit factory and in a supermarket. Andrew had the BGT audience in stitches when he showed off his impressions, centred around Donald Trump. “It was topical and it was current,” said Simon. “It’s always great on shows like this when we discover someone like you.”
The B Positive Choir is the choir of NHS Blood and Transplant who want to inspire more people to register as new blood donors. The choir is made up of 48 members from all over the UK whose lives are affected by the lifesaving power of blood including blood donors and blood recipients, people who have blood related medical conditions such as sickle cell, their families, friends and people who work with blood. B Positive entered BGT as they would like to encourage everyone, of all backgrounds, to donate as the NHS needs 250,000 new blood donors. B Positive sang the inspiring ‘Rise Up’ by Andra Day. Amanda said: “I found the whole thing really moving because blood donors saved my life.
10-year-old Calum lives with his Mum, Dad and younger brother Ollie. He started singing at six years old after joining a school choir and hasn’t stopped since. Calum wowed the BGT judges singing ‘Who’s Lovin’ You’ by The Jackson 5. “Calum, you’ve got soul,” said Simon. “You have an authentic voice, you have a great tone to your voice. You totally controlled the song as well, this was special.”
Futunity UK are a street dance crew of 27 members, aged from eight years old to 24 years old. They are all members of a dance academy, which was founded in 2004. Inspired by ‘The Walking Dead,’ Futunity UK performed a zombie themed dance routine which made the BGT judges take notice “It was really angry, it was really furious, it was really energised,” said Amanda. “Every single one of you makes this team invincible.”
The spellbinding Magus Utopia consists of the two creators of the ensemble, Marcel and his partner Aquila, along with several assisting dancers. They are a magical illusion act who made up of entertainers and illusionists who work together to deliver a performance with captivating storytelling and jaw dropping illusions. When Magnus Utopia performed on the BGT stage, left jaws dropped, with their depiction of a nightmare. “I like that big ambition,” said Simon. “I think that magic is just getting bigger and bigger and bigger.”
Comedian Nick Page (47) has been performing his unique storytelling comedy for 15 years. Nick initially got into comedy for a bet whilst on a stag do and after going down a storm, decided to make it a profession. Although he has had some success in the past he auditioned for BGT to help achieve his dream of his own headline tours, rather than just being one of the comics on the bill.
Ronan is a 33-year-old Tesco HR worker from Bedfordshire and lives with his wife and son. Before working in Tesco, he pursued his love of music by studying it at Oxford University until 2005. After completing his studies, he became a chorister at Windsor Castle and later moved to Glasgow to study Opera. Ronan sang ‘Maria’ from West Side Story for his audition and entered BGT to try and fulfil his dream of being a singer and role-model for his son. “Someone won’t be going back to Tesco!” exclaimed David. “That was amazing! Beautiful song, a fantastic version… I couldn’t fault it at all!”
As well as performances from the acts, each night will also see a guest performer as the semi-finalists wait to find out if they are one step closer to being crowned winner of Britain’s Got Talent 2018.
Appearing on tonight's show will musical theatre legend Alfie Boe.
Britain's Got Talent 2018 airs tonight LIVE from 7:30PM on ITV with the results at 9:30PM.
The live semi-finals air all week until Friday before the final on Sunday, June 3.