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Anglia's Britain's Got Talent semi-finalists

The Britain's Got Talent finalists. Photo: Britain's Got Talent.

Four acts from the Anglia region remain in the running to win Britain's Got Talent having made it through to this week's live semi-finals.

Cartel, from Northamptonshire. Credit: Britain's Got Talent.

NAME – Cartel

AGE- 16-27

FROM- Northamptonshire

TALENT – Dancers

JUDGES VOTE – David, Alesha and Amanda: Yes. Simon: No

Cartel have been dancing together for 18 months. During their first audition they caused debate between the judges when Simon suggested they should continue in the competition without one of the members. However David, Alesha and Amanda defended the group as a whole and put them through to semi-finals.

Mickey Dumoulin, from Waltham Abbey in Essex. Credit: Britain's Got Talent.

NAME – Micky Dumoulin

AGE- 26

FROM- Waltham Abbey, Essex

TALENT – Singer

JUDGES VOTE- All four: Yes.

Micky is a check-out worker from Essex who lives with his mum in their mobile home and is from a musical family. Micky wowed the judges with his performance of Bring Him Home. Simon told him that he felt the same charisma from Micky as the first time he saw Olly Murs. The judge’s responses moved Micky to tears and he was over the moon by the crowd’s reaction.

Ed Drewett, from Bishop's Stortford. Credit: Britain's Got Talent.

NAME – Ed Drewett

AGE- 25

FROM- Bishop's Stortford.

TALENT – Singer

JUDGES VOTE – All four: Yes.

Ed Drewett’s musical career originates in song-writing and, after writing hits for One Direction and Olly Murs, he has decided it is his time to shine. The judges loved Ed’s song and performance. Amanda said she was "gutted" Simon wasn’t there to see it.

Bailey McConnell, from Milton Keynes. Credit: Britain's Got Talent.

NAME – Bailey McConnell

FROM- Milton Keynes

JUDGES VOTE – All: Yes.

AGE- 14

TALENT – Singer

Bailey lives at home with his family and studies music at school. At his audition Bailey performed an original song that he wrote about experience he has of bullying called ‘Dying Hole’. He received great feedback from all three judges who were very impressed with his song writing ability.To see ITV News Anglia's report when Bailey returned to Milton Keynes College, click here.