BGT semi-finalists Cor Glan-ef-we are great friends

It's such a big show, so nerves were inevitable really

– Ryan, Cor Glan-ef-we

168 strong Welsh choir Cor Glan-ef-we last night secured the first spot in Sunday's final of Britain's Got Talent.

Singers Ryan, Emyr, and Ma-red join us along with choir conductor Kevin to discuss their semi-final performance last night.

On getting the 168 strong choir together to practice, choir master Kevin said that they're all in different hotels but still manage to rehearse: "We do a pickup. We start from the first hotel and work our way down by Wembley Stadium... singing all the way"

Dance troupe Entity Allstars also made it through to the finals last night.

The semi-finals continue tonight and all this week, 7:30pm on ITV.

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I don't think we expected to go through!

– Ma-red, Cor Glan-ef-we

George and Amal to move to the UK this summer

I got a house there. We’re fixing it up and we’re moving in at the end of the summer

– George Clooney on moving to Berkshire

Sonning in Berkshire is fast becoming Britain's answer to Beverly Hills after George Clooney and Amal become the latest celebrities to settle in the sleepy village.

Ross King caught up with George at the premiere of his new movie, getting all of the news from the man himself on his move to the UK.

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BGT: The Beat Brothers and The HoneyBuns

To swing the deal with David he said he wouldn't give me a yes unless I took my shirt off, so I took one for the team!

– Joe Stribley, The Beat Brothers

Ahead of the BGT semi-finals, we're joined by Matt and Joe of The Beat Brothers and Corrin and Rosie from The HoneyBuns.

The Britain's Got Talent semi-finals kick off tonight on ITV1 from 7:30pm.

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Dancing man Sean O'Brien is having the last laugh

It's turned into the most wonderful journey... It's been simply life changing.

– Sean O'Brien

Twitter users started a campaign to track down Sean O'Brien after photos of him dancing were posted online with the cruel caption "spotted this specimen trying to dance the other week. He stopped when he saw us laughing."

California-based writer Cassandra Fairbanks embarked on a mission to find the Merseysider, with the aim of throwing him a VIP dance party. She did and the party was this weekend.

Sean joins us this morning, live from LA to discuss the details of his party and these whirlwind few weeks.

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Gary Barlow gives bride the surprise of her life!

When [Take That] got back together it was the best day of my life... next to my wedding day!

– Anita Jayne Morrissey-Booth

Imagine hiring a Gary Barlow look-a-like for your wedding and having the real Gary Barlow turn up.

That's just the shock that Anita Jayne Morrissey-Booth got on her big day.

Anita had just got married to her new husband Alex in Knowsley when the Take That frontman appeared and sang A Million Love Songs at her reception.

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Making your mind up with Mike, Cheryl and Jay

Eurovision was like your X Factor or your Pop Idol

– Bobby McVay

It's 34 years since Bucks Fizz won Eurovision with their catchy hit, Making Your Mind Up.

Cheryl, Jay and Mike (who now perform as Mike, Cheryl and Jay formerly of Bucks Fizz) are about to embark on a nationwide tour with special guest vocalist Bobby McVay. They join us in the GMB studio to talk about the tour and of course this years Eurovision.

Replace Zayn? No, 1D are 'doing fine', says Simon

I'm not sitting there in the dark going, 'today I'll fire Louis'!

– Simon Cowell

Richard Arnold chats to Simon Cowell about all things Britain's Got Talent, those X Factor judge rumours, backing girl band Fifth Harmony and of course Eric, Lauren, Squiddly, Diddly and Freddy!

And what about that Twitter spat between Louis and Cheryl? Simon reveals all!