After the Loveable Rogues and Molly Rainford made the Britain's Got Talent final last night, there's just four spots left up for grabs. So which nine acts will be competing for the next two tonight?
Tonight's fourth live show sees more singers and dancers, but also a magic duo, a stand up comic of sorts and a Burlesque dancer.
From: Spixworth, Norfolk
Talent: Singing and playing guitar
Nineteen-year-old singer/songwriter Sam Kelly shone in the very first audition show with his version of Norfolk born Sam taught himself to the play the guitar and he’s currently studying for a Music degree in Brighton. A fan of Norwich City, he goes to as many matches as he can and has confessed to having a soft spot for celebrity chef Delia Smith!
Age: 9 - 14
From: Port Talbot, Wales
Nu Sxool is a dance group from Port Talbot with 17 members who have been performing together for two and a half years. They have won the World Street Dance Championships which makes them the Welsh, British and World Champions for their age group. They use pubs, community centres and even local car parks to practise in and they dream to one day have their own touring show and for the group to appear in pop videos and films. The children feel like they want to win Britain’s Got Talent to show all of their friends that they can achieve anything you set your mind to.
Brynolf and Ljung
Age: Both 35
From: Stockholm, Sweden
Peter and Jonas have been performing together as professional magicians for seven years. They have come to Britain’s Got Talent to beat all other magicians with their unique, comic style. They believe the formula of a magician and his sexy assistant.
Beatrix Von Bourbon
From: London/ Dorset
Talent: Burlesque Performer
Beatrix has been performing burlesque for six years and she started partly through her interest in vintage fashion styles. She is taking part to demonstrate that burlesque can be fun and is an art form. She also has a self-confessed love for Jedward.
From: Edmonton, North London
Malaki started singing when he was seven years old in a church choir. He says that his musical inspirations are his mum and Michael Jackson. Malaki won the crowds over at his first audition with his version of Beyonce’s Listen. The Judges told him he was a “total star”, with Simon adding “what I like about you is that you are brave; you got off to a bad start but you picked yourself up.”
From: Leamington Spa, Warwickshire
Chica’s real name is Edith Thorley-Chaux and she’s a Spanish-Columbian hairdresser. Chica has lived in Warwickshire for 20 years and is ‘famous’ locally for putting on singing shows in her hair salon for clients. Chica is married and has two children.
Age: Paige Phillips 14, Ellen Gallagher 14,
Ellie Kielly 14 and Daisy Mondryk 13
From: Manchester, Wigan, Cheshire and Bury
B Minor have been a group for two years and formed through Daisy’s mum’s (Sally) theatre school called Jigsaw in Manchester. The girls are very close friends and their dream would be to be able to record an album and go on a world tour as a group. If the girls won the show, they would like to buy a house for them to all live in and pay back their mums for driving them around all of the time.
Sugar Dandies [Bradley and Soren]
From: Borough Market, London
Talent: Ballroom Dancing
They have been ballroom dancing for six years and wanted to show it’s not just for men and women to dance together. They have been together for 15 years and are influenced by west end stage productions. Soren is a psychologist and Bradley is a producer.
From: Latvia/ West Hendon
Talent: Stand-up Comedian
Gatis is a 31 year old comedian. He often performs at The Comedy Store and Comedy Cafe in London, and has been doing stand up for 18 months. He currently works in the caring profession, and is looking to get a break into the comedy world. He gets his inspiration from everyday life experiences, and would describe himself as similar to Adam Sandler.