Here's tonight's Britain's Got Talent 2018 semi-final line up with the contestants performing on Friday's live show.
This evening will see the fifth live show of the series as the last 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 Friday's episode will join DVJ, Tim and Jack Robert White, Gruffydd Wyn Roberts, Calum Courtney, Donchez Dacres, Lost Voice Guy and the D-Day Darlings.
Up on this evening's (Friday) show are...
Tonight's Britain's Got Talent 2018 line up
BRING IT NORTH
Bring It North is a group of four young lads from around the North of England. They all came together as they wanted to be part of a group and represent what the North has to offer. The group sang ‘Electricity’ by Elton John. “I just know Eric and his four mates in 6 years’ time are going to be doing exactly that,” said Simon.
DEMILLE AND MUONEKE
Dennis DeMille (51) and Marvin Muoneke (22) are best friends living in Weston-Super-Mare. Describing themselves as jazz brothers from another mother, they are a modern-day rat pack and their goal is to make a name for themselves. With their soulful voices and likable personalities, Demille and Muoneke had the judges saying yes. “You guys are absolutely adorable, and there’s an incredible infections energy when you sing together,” said David.
FATHER RAY KELLY
Father Ray Kelly (64) is a Catholic Priest in his parish of Oldcastle, Co. Meath in Ireland. Father Ray became a priest in 1982 and says that being able to sing during daily mass is one of the joys of being a Priest. Father Ray sings ‘Everybody Hurts’ by R.E.M for the judges. Father Ray auditioned for Britain’s Got Talent as he would love to share his talent with the whole of the UK. “Wow, that was a beautiful performance,” said David. “I’ve never seen a Priest stand at a microphone and sing like that!”
Quoc Co (33) and Quoc Nghiep (29) are brothers from Ho Chi Minh City in Vietnam. The brothers have followed in their Father and Grandfather’s footsteps to became circus performers, but they are the first members in their family to perform all over the world. The Giang Brothers wowed the crowd with their acrobatic stunt balancing head to head whilst walking up and down stairs. “That was utterly incredible, and my heart was in my mouth the entire time,” said Amanda. “I don’t know where you find the strength from!
LEXIE AND CHRISTOPHER
Lexie (10) and Christopher (10) are a Latin ballroom duo from Manchester and Sheffield. The pair met through an online site for dancers where their parents matched them together to become dance partners. They both started dancing when they were seven years old and have been dancing together for two years. Despite their young age Lexie is convinced that Christopher will be her ‘future husband’, Christopher wasn’t exactly on the same page. “You have so much charm and charisma! Both of you together are just fascinating to watch,” said Alesha.
Mandy is a full time magician from London. She first realised she was interested in magic when her parents bought magic sets for her brother at Christmas – she would always steal them and use them more than him. Mandy had the judges in stitches with her unique take at comedy magic. David said, “I just don’t get why you’re not already a comedy superstar! That was hilarious from start to finish!”
MICKY P KERR
Micky is a 36-year-old Primary Teacher, who lives with his girlfriend and daughter in Leeds. Micky started playing the guitar and writing songs at 15-years-old, but at 29 he decided that his dream of being a musician wasn’t going to happen and decided to do a PGCE and become a Teacher. Micky kept up performing at the weekend but with a new style blending in comedy. Micky performed his comedic songs on BGT and dreams of being able to support his family doing what he loves most. “You don’t need me to tell you how funny you are,” said David. “If you carry on like this, I can see you in the final of Britain’s Got Talent.”
Sarah Llewellyn is a performer from Arizona, she currently lives with her parents and brother, but has also lived in Los Angeles and Portland, teaching as a Yoga instructor. Sarah’s unique act performed on BGT merges together three of her loves - singing, contortion and cake. “We’ve never had a sexy, cake eating opera singer!” said Amanda. “This is perfect for the Royal family.”
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 Friday's show will be reigning BGT winner Tokio Myers
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.