Vocal group Collabro and illusionist Darcy Oake have made it through to the final of Britain's Got Talent following the first of the live semi-finals this evening on ITV.
The five-piece group came top of the public vote, while Darcy faced a run-off with impressionist Jon Clegg.
Darcy and Jon received two judges' votes each so it went down to the public vote, with the Canadian magician coming out on top.
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There will be a double dose of Simon Cowell on tonight's Britain's Got Talent when the showbiz music judge comes face to face with his namesake.
The other Simon, a 37-year-old singer from Northumberland, will try to impress the judges with his version of When You Tell Me That You Love Me by Diana Ross and tells Cowell: "It's an honour to have this name.
"I just feel like I'm meant to be on the stage in some way, it's just my biggest dream to win this show."
Fourteen-year-old paperboy Bailey McConnell was just one of the acts to impress the Britain's Got Talent judges on tonight's show.Read the full story ›
Bailey McConnell the performing paperboy delivers an impressive performance in tonight's Britain's Got Talent.Read the full story ›
Britain's Got Talent goes posh tonight when a classical violinist takes a bow on the hit show. Lettice Rowbotham impresses the judges - and the audience - with her electric violin and judge David Walliams tells her: "I think you might be the poshest contestant we've had on the show."
The 24-year-old from Surrey's audition is just the tip of the iceberg with other impressive turns including a magic act, a singer and a circus performer.
Less impressive are a duo - Operadoo - who attempt to combine opera with didgeridoo playing.
Catch the show tonight on ITV1 at 7.00pm.
Britain's Got Talent scored its highest rating launch episode ever with 11.1 million viewers, ITV said.
The previous highest audience for a BGT launch show was in 2010, when the opening episode attracted 10.6 million viewers.
The audience to last night's series opener peaked at 12.3 million viewers and boasted a 47% share.
Peter Fincham, ITV's director of television, said: "The fantastic overnight figures show that Britain's Got Talent is event television, and we're delighted that so many viewers tuned to last night's launch episode, on what was a strong night for ITV."
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Britain's got Talent has returned to ITV for its eighth series tonight with acts ranging from a roller-skating Wonder Woman to a man sped-eating a raw onion.
Britain's Got Talent returned to ITV for it's eight series tonight with an opening episode that was full of surprises.Read the full story ›