Coming up: See the first semi-finalists

We're kicking off the Live Shows with a stellar line-up of talented acts.

Take a look at the first set of semi-finalists hoping for your votes tonight.

Remind yourself of their audition performances and tune in at 7.30pm tonight, ITV.

David's Golden Buzzer act Christian Spridon, 35 performed Tom Jones's Sex Bomb for his audition. He lives in London and works as a waiter.

Musical theatre five-piece Collabro, aged 20-24, shocked Simon with the strenght of their audition. Their rendition of Stars from Les Miserables scored them four yeses.

18 strong country dance troupeCountryVive, aged 16-35 were described as, "the answer to our prayers," by David. It was a unanimous yes from the Judges.

Magical man Darcy Oake, 26 filled the stage with doves during his audition. The Canadian conjurer received a standing ovation from the Judges who said he was the best magician they had seen.

Henrietta Adewole, 18, from Essex, shone during her audition, performing Passenger's Let Her Go. Her retro tone and jazzy style impressed Amanda and Alesha.

Following in his father's footsteps, Jon Clegg, 43, made an impression in his audition.Having mimicked Alan Carr and Marge Simpson, he braved a Simon Cowell impersonation and achieved four yeses.

Street dancers Lauren and Terrell, 12, blew the Judges away with their slick routine.Alesha described them as “unbelievable” and David said they “filled the stage much more than big groups”.

Check out chap Micky Dumoulin, 26, sung Bring Him Home for his breathtaking audition.Simon told him he had the charisma of Olly Murs.

Patsy May entertained the Judges by performing Dream a Little Dream followed by inviting Ant and Dec onto the stage to be serenaded. Her comic anecdotes were well received and Simon even envisaged Patsy sitting in Amanda’s chairnext year.