With the new series of BGT coming right up, here’s a look at our glamorous, hilarious, tremendous Judges in position behind that famous desk. It’s...
Get your mobiles and tablets primed - Britain’s Got Talent is on your screens and that means it’s time to whip out your devices.
15-year-old James Smith puts his own spin on Nina Simone’s classic track.
Looking like a standard boyband, Collabro had a trick or two up their sleeve.
So much happened on last night's show that it's hard to pick just five moments.
It's the sixth week of auditions and we are getting closer to finding out just which acts will be in the Live Shows.
Twitter was a hot bed of BGT banter last night with Simon's Golden Buzzer bashing being the hot topic.
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Broken-hearted Eva channels all her emotion into her audition.
Swinging onto the stage, Jack Pack nail their debut.
Investment banker Alexander hopes to rock his audition with a Bon Jovi cover.
From Elvis to The Godfather, Jenson showcases some classic celebrity impersonations.
Poledancers Terri & Lisette showcase some gravity defying skills.
Essex lad Kieran can do mind blowing things with his body.
10-year-old Curtis shows practice makes perfect with his flawless piano playing.
Girl group REAformed put on such a good show that Alesha gives them her Golden Buzzer sending them straight to the semi-finals!
Osiris gives us his own interpretation of Coldplay’s Sparks.
Conjuring up ladies is quite a talent and one Christian excels at.
David says Crazy Rouge have, “something for everyone” and they certainly work the stage.
Singer Patsy gets the guys involved in her performance.
Singer James Smith was just nine-years-old when he won his first singing competition and six years later he decided to audition for the Britain’s ...
David's Golden Buzzer choice divided the audience on Twitter over the weekend but that's not the only part of the show you were chatting about.
When 11-year-old Edward Pinder narrowly avoided putting a knife into Simon Cowell’s shoulder, the audience gasped but the talented performer remai...
Musicians, magicians and a knife throwing 11-year-old boy were among the top talent on last night's Britain's Got Talent,
Just when it looks like Christian Spridon’s act is going to bomb, David presses his Golden Buzzer!
Nick is hiding a serious amount of talent under that hair.
Child circus performer Edward Pinder leave the Judges on the edge of their seats as he chucks knives at his mum.
Magic teacher ‘The Amazing Jay’ incorporates flash cards into his act.
Brig Og Le Spun-On serves up a Michael Jackson’s Smooth Criminal on the spoons.
Steve Reynolds attempts to bring the sound of The Shadows back to the mainstream.
Snake-hipped software programmer really gets David going.
Fearless motorbike display team Bolddog FMX's death-defying stunts are almost too much for David Walliams.
Not only can illusionist Darcy make doves appear out of nowhere, he also has an even bigger trick up his sleeve.
Can Alex get the Judges to fall under his spell?
Chris’s card trick fails to impress David.
11-year-old knife thrower Edward Pinder impresses Simon with his cutting edge act.
Plummy Lettice impresses the Judges with her super posh personality but her real talent blows them away.
This saw playing pair audition with their version of Yesterday.
Lady ‘Jane’ Enchantress attempts to get the nation playing the recorder with her unrehearsed performance.
Simon compares this unlikely duo to “eating a bowl of strawberry ice-cream with a sausage.”
This saturday's BGT has got it all - music, magic, danger, and some awesome reactions from the Judges.
Auditioning singer James Smith puts his own spin on a Nina Simone classic.
Motor bike display team Bolddog FMX take the Judges outside to experience their death defying stunts.
We caught up with some of the stars of the first week's BGT in Morrisons Yellow Room.
Opera singer Lucy Kay has revealed one of her childhood bullies has apologised for making her life miserable.
More than 11 million of you tuned into the launch of Britain's Got Talent 2014 and Twitter was a hot bed of BGT banter.
Looking every inch the typical boyband, Collabro surprised the Judges by belting out Stars from Les Miserables.
Jaws dropped on Saturday night’s show when 79-year-old grandmother Paddy proved age is no obstacle on Britain’s Got Talent.
What a show! The top talent on the first week of Britain's Got Talent had the audience on their feet.
Small on stature, big on attitude, Lauren and Terell are cute kids with fierce feet.
Simon's not strictly in the mood for ballroom, but Paddy and Nico have much more in store than he could ever imagine.
Lucy's classical vocal style knocked the Judges for six.
Illuminating dance troupe Light Balance wowed the Judges with the BGT debut.
Eccentric, out there and absolutely fabulous - Mzz Kimberley certainly got the Judges' attention.
Peter Paduranga joins us all the way from Germany to perform a violin-based love song for his wife.
They didn't promise much, but then line-dancers Countryvive blew our socks off.
If there’s one act guaranteed to bring tears to your eyes - and his – it’s this one.
Leicester’s Luke Joseph performs an eye-opening, improvised dance routine.
Get a glimpse of some of the top talent gracing your screens tonight.
Disobedient owl Rocky has trainer Andrew in a flap when he refuses to do as he’s told in his audition.
With this year's BGT shaping up to be the best yet, we know you'll be laughing along and yelling at your telly.
It's almost time! We’ve scoured the country to bring you the very best performers and tonight Britain's Got Talent returns.
Our savvy Judges are rarely in the dark but they were happy to experience Light Balance's exhilarating first performance with the lights off.
Tap-dancing cats, beat-boxing pensioners and a whole lot more outlandish acts could find their way to the semi-finals this year as a new addition ...
Alesha Dixon is back and no is going to sway her when it comes to finding a Britain’s Got Talent star.
If there’s one Judge we can rely on to bring some outlandish acts to the audience’s attention, it’s David Walliams.
The dream team are back on the Judging panel with Simon Cowell once again at the helm - although this year he has had a contender to his throne.
Show stalwart Amanda Holden returns to the Britain’s Got Talent panel for bringing with her eight years of judging brilliance.