Britain's Got Talent 2019 is on its way but when does it start? Who are the judges and are Ant and Dec hosting?
What will be series 13 of Britain's Got Talent will air on TV later in the year (2019).
As the Britain's Got Talent 2019 air date nears, here's all you need to know...
Britain's Got Talent 2019 start date
ITV has confirmed the series will be back in April, with the exact BGT 2019 start date on Saturday, April 6.
Britain's Got Talent will start on TV at 7:15PM running until 8:40PM.
Alongside the main show, ITV2 spin-off series Britain's Got More Talent will return each weekend.
Britain's Got Talent 2019 judges and hosts
The Britain's Got Talent judges for 2019 remain the same with Simon back alongside Amanda Holden, David Walliams and Alesha Dixon for the 13th series.
The line up of judges are unchanged for a seventh year having proved a hit since first coming together in 2012.
Meanwhile, it's been reported that Ant and Dec will reunite to host the series after Ant stepped down last year from presenting the live shows.
A first trailer featuring the group premiered this month (March) on ITV. Set in a picturesque music hall, the new show opener sees the judges and hosts become part of a unique orchestral performance that’s jam-packed with surprises.
Ant and Dec don their finest tails as they turn conductors, Amanda Holden becomes a spellbinding magician’s assistant, David Walliams commands attention as he plays the cymbals, while a host of musicians try their best to avoid Alesha Dixon’s red buzzer and earn Simon Cowell’s coveted golden buzzer push.
Alongside the main show, Stephen Mulhern will return to front More Talent on ITV2.
Britain's Got Talent spoilers
Auditions for Britain's Got Talent 2019 took place across the country earlier this year with all sorts of acts going before the panel in the hope of getting a yes.
Leanne stunned the theatre when she took to the stage and revealed she'd "survived Grenfell". Simon is quoted as telling her: “You should be very proud.... For everyone who lost their lives and had all this crap thrown at them, you’ve had the courage to come out here and pay tribute. You did something very special for them and for you.”
Who won Britain's Got Talent last year?
It was stand up comedian Lost Voice Guy who won Britain's Got Talent last series.
He joins a long line of acts who have made it huge thanks to the show: BGT’s 10th winner Lance Corporal Richard Jones, the first magician to ever win the show in 2016, has been touring the country on his sold-out UK Tour Power of Imagination.
There's also the likes of Susan Boyle, who has sold more than 23 million records worldwide and Diversity, who have sold-out six nationwide tours and just completed their seventh UK tour Genesis.
Britain's Got Talent 2019 airs on ITV.