The results of the Britain's Got Talent 2012 YouTube auditions have been revealed, with the viewer's top six acts set to face the judges tonight.
Acoustic rock musician John, young singers Clodagh and Gemma, ventriloquist Marc, 15-year-old magician Alfie and five-piece acapella group The TestostaTones triumphed over eighteen other acts to win the public vote.
Stephen Mulhern, presenter of spin-off show More Talent, introduced them in a live stream from the Birmingham auditions on the website earlier this evening.
They will now perform for panellists Simon Cowell, Amanda Holden, Alesha Dixon and David Walliams in an attempt to win a place on their shortlist and the chance to make the live finals.
We'll find out how they fare when Britain's Got Talent returns to our screens in March on ITV1!
Find out more about the winners below...
John has been playing guitar since he was 7 years old. An acoustic rock musician, John says he’s performed over 1000 live gigs – but rarely to more than 50 people! He’s inspired by the likes of Ed Sheeran and Olly Murs.
Clodagh has been singing since she was 6 years old, but now that she’s 16 is getting serious about pursuing her dream. She’s entered Britain’s Got Talent because she wants to push herself and become a star.
15-year-old Gemma decided to enter the BGT YouTube Auditions following success in a talent contest at her school. Gemma loves bringing enjoyment to others and thinks being on stage at the Royal Variety Performance would be ‘amazing’.
Marc has been a ventriloquist for 20 years. He wants his act to give people hope, make them smile and inspire them. He says you can never give people enough encouragement.
15-year-old Alfie has been performing magic for as long as he can remember. He doesn’t describe himself as a magician, but ‘a normal person who does amazing things’.
East Anglian ‘The TestostaTones’ are a five-piece acapella group who’ve been singing together for just 18 months. There are two sets of brothers in the group – Stephen & Paul and Richard & Bim, with their long-time friend Steve completing the line-up.