What time is Britain's Got Talent 2019 on ITV tonight and who is appearing in the latest semi-final?
BRITAIN’S Got Talent continues tonight (May 31, 2019) with its fifth and final live semi-final, with each and every act battling it out in the hopes of landing a spot in Sunday's grand final.
So who are the eight acts that are taking to the stage to impress the judges and viewers at home tonight? Let’s find out…
Originally being from Japan, the Fabulous Sisters are probably one of the most talented dance acts to have ever entered the competition.
Their routine is ridiculously fast, and you honestly begin to wonder how one can even practice and learn a routine that’s so quick.
Regarding their upcoming live semi-final performance, the group gushed: “We’re going to combine elements of elegance and power to wow the British public”.
Gonzo – also from Japan – has an extraordinary talent, that’s for sure.
While his talent in aggressively playing the tambourine isn’t quite the talent we were hoping to see in the semi-finals, there’s no denying that Gonzo is super entertaining to watch.
Does he stand a chance against his strong competitors? We shall find out tonight.
Libby & Charlie
Libby & Charlie are the lucky chosen ones who have advanced to the semi-final after The Brotherhood was forced to pull out of the contest at the very last minute.
Given those circumstances, we already know that Libby and Charlie wouldn’t have had a lot of time to rehearse for their performance, but we hope they can pull it off.
Going off by their impressive dance act in their audition, it seemed rather surprising that they didn’t make it through in the first place.
Jonathan Goodwin’s escape act during his audition left the judges feeling rather uncomfortable and amazed at the same time.
If there's a fire happening and plenty of danger involved, it’s usually an act you don’t want to miss out on.
Jonathan ticks all those boxes, having set himself on fire while trying to free himself from a
And quite frankly, for a split second, we didn’t even think that Jonathan was going to survive his daring act of hanging upside down, being set on fire and freeing himself from a straitjacket.
It would seem as if Jonathan is risking it all once again, saying: “I’m super excited about the Semi-Finals of BGT. It’s an incredible opportunity and I’m really excited to see if I can pull off what I have planned”.
Who can forget Jacob Jones’ unforgettable performance?
By the end of his act, viewers assumed that he was simply going to get through and that was that. Well, not quite.
Jacob literally stunned everybody when he invited his girlfriend on stage with him before getting on one knee and popping the question.
With his forthcoming performance, Jones shared: “In the next performance you will see something totally unexpected and outside of the box”.
Leanne Mya hopes to tear the house down with her upcoming performance during tonight’s live-semi final.
She poured her heart out while singing in front of Alesha Dixon, Simon Cowell, David Walliams, and Amanda Holden during her audition.
And everything got really emotional for Leanne, who told the audience that she’s a Grenfell tower survivor, which evidently explained why her performance came across as sincere and heartfelt.
Leanne says that her semi-final act is all about inspiring others, and she hopes that she can achieve just that with the song she’s singing tonight.
She said: “I want to inspire people, and my performance will be a homage to one of my heroes who is also a huge supporter of the Grenfell community”.
X is the mysterious that more or less proved to the nation that Ant and Dec are more or less related to one another.
In their audition, you’ll recall how the hosts were brought up on stage as X demonstrated that both Ant and Dec share a psychic connection between one another.
The two were so in motion with everything that X said to them, but will the performance go just as well as it did during the audition? We’ll have to find out tonight.
Barbara Nice left the judges in stitches with her hilarious comedy routine at the Britain’s Got Talent auditions earlier this year, so we’re already expecting her to make a solid return during tonight’s show.
But will she be able to live up to the hype?
Speaking of her act tonight, the 65-year-old revealed: “I am really looking forward to performing at The Apollo in the Live Semi-Finals.
“I loved my audition and can’t wait to be part of it all again – with the added edge of it being live!”
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