Emma's stunning voice mesmerised the audience during her audition.
Misstasia bring some sparkly princess magic to the BGT stage on Friday night.
She's only 12 years old, but Maia Gough has a HUGE voice!
This band of brothers ups the tempo - and their game - for their semi-final performance.
Simon wasn't keen on their audition song choice, so for the semi-finals they've gone for One Direction's Story Of My Life.
She's as cute as a button, and has the voice of a diva!
She impressed the Judges with her self-penned song Summertime in the auditions.
Alison's emotional rendition of Climb Ev'ry Mountain from The Sound Of Music brings the house down.
These lovely lasses from London had the audience dancing in the aisles during their audition.
Amanda's golden buzzer act are in exceedingly fine voice on tonight's show.
Lorraine's crumble song divided the Judges, but that didn't stop David pressing his golden buzzer.
Mum-of-five Becky O'Brien had the Judges on their feet following her rendition of Over The Rainbow in her moving audition.
Singer-songwriter Henry impressed the Judges with his self-penned song Lightning during his audition.
These gorgeous gals are out to prove that you don't need a 28-inch-waist to make it big in showbiz!
These gorgeous gals get a standing ovation following their rendition of It's Raining Men by The Weather Girls.
Impersonator Andrew doesn't get off to a terribly good start on the BGT stage. Not that he's bitter, mind!
Lovely Lorraine Bowen has been spreading the crumble love since her golden-buzzer-winning performance last Saturday night.
Lorraine makes a mean apple crumble, and her catchy homage to the great British pud was a huge hit with the crowd on Saturday's show.
"Everyone loves a good crumble," says BGT's final golden buzzer recipient Lorraine Bowen when we catch up with her at home in Brighton. "It's the ...
Lorraine LOVES a good crumble, and so does the BGT audience by the looks of things.
The merry band of brothers managed to pull it back after a shaky start to their audition on Saturday night, earning a rapturous applause from the ...
Lorraine loves the humble crumble, but she loves our
What do you mean you've never heard a piano and trombone medley?
The 23-year-old singer from Cumbria looks terrified when she appears on stage.
Bethany's desperate to impress the Judges, but a serious attack of the nerves could get the better of the young singer.
Haydn's rendition of Josh Groban's Remember When It Rained gets off to a pretty good start.
Why hello boys!
Blimey! Daniel's only 15, but his booming voice takes the awesome foursome by complete surprise.
This band of brothers get off to a shaky start, but their harmonious rendition Little Things by One Direction is a hit with the audience.
Little Leo Bailey-Yang is only seven, but he sure knows his way around the piano.
Gracie Wickens-Sweet doesn't get nervous, and her pitch-perfect performance of Over The Rainbow bags the 10-year-old a standing ovation.
You wait all season for a tenor, then 12 come along at once!
Alison's Jiear's dream of stepping out of the shadows to become a successful recording artist in her own right could be a little bit closer as she...
Not likely! Backing singer Alison raises the roof with her mighty performance of You'll Never Walk Alone from hit musical Carousel.
To be fair, it takes some skill to play a deflating balloon to the tune of My Way by Frank Sinatra.
There's nothing like a multi-coloured striped shirt with a gold collar and shoulder ruffles when you're trying to make a good impression.
Ella's lilting voice has the Judges' enthralled, and her self-penned song Summertime seems to hit the right note, too.
Arun reveals his greatest musical influence is Bob Marley, so he plays his bongo drums along to Abba classic Lay All Your Love On Me. Like obviously!
We know you can't get enough of BGT, so we've dug out some extra footage from Saturday's show your delight and delectation!
Four-piece girl group Misstasia had the audience enthralled with their oh-so-pretty performance of Part Of Your World from The Little Mermaid on S...
It's fair to say the Judges seem a little sceptical when 12-year-old schoolgirl Maia Gough reveals her musical idol is Whitney Houston.
We're not sure the Queen will ever get to hear George's tunefully-challenge performance of his original song The Blue Ballerina (to the tune of th...
Tricia and her daughter Laura score top marks in the glamour stakes, but will their rendition of Madonna's Hanky Panky get a thumbs up, or a good ...
Once upon a time there lived four Disney princesses with the sweetest, most scrumptious voices in the realm!
He has the voice of an (Hells!) angel, but Aaron's - let's go with unique - rendition of Let It Go from Frozen gets a frosty reception from
He has the voice of a (Hells!) angel, but will Aaron's rendition of Let It Go from Frozen be enough to melt the Judges' hearts?
Once upon a time, in a land far, far away there lived four Disney princesses with the sweetest voices you ever did hear.
This family four-piece from Birmingham is led by dad Laurie, who started singing after he suffered a heart attack.
Get ready to blush
Gospel singers Revelation Avenue brought Saturday's show to a spectacular close with their fresh spin on Katy Perry's hit song Roar.
Gospel singers Revelation Avenue have plenty to sing about - they only went and bagged themselves a spot in the semi-finals when Amanda pressed th...
He's only 15, but Isaac Waddington brought the house down following his emotional performance on Saturday night.
Think you know gospel? You haven't heard Revelation Avenue!
These lovely ladies have enthusiasm aplenty when they bound onto the BGT stage.
Erik Kovac's *ahem* heart-felt performance of My Heart Will Go On is no match for Celine Dion.
Not even some funky "dad dancing" can save Paul Netterfield's performance of 1970's classic Love Is In The Air.
Paul Manners doesn't like to brag about his legions of celebrity fans, but if he did...
Poor Vince has waited 14 hours for his moment in the spotlight, but even a spangly gold (and somewhat figure-hugging) catsuit isn't enough to save...
Just when you thought you'd seen it all on BGT, along comes a man dressed as a nun driving a motorised piano.
The *ahem* musical duo get a frosty reception from Simon and Alesha when they perform their self-penned song, You Defrost My Heart At A Million De...
Not even a theatrical mask can save Hayley Pyke's lacklustre performance of The Show Must Go On by Queen.
It's fair to say that Adam doesn't quite hit his stride during his BGT audition.
Austrian restaurateur Joseph Friedmann knows a thing or two about cowbells.
Tissues at the ready...
Henry Gallagher has a crush.
Talk about getting their groove on! When dance troupe Boyband bounded onto the BGT stage on Saturday night, they never dreamed they'd be leaving i...
Young Henry Gallagher could have a bright future ahead of him following his flawless performance on Saturday night.
Henry Gallagher has a crush, and like any self-respecting singer-songwriter, he's penned a song about it. Move over Taylor Swift!
Our man behind the scenes Stavros Flatley caught up with golden boy Calum Scott following his triumph on Saturday night.
Jade attends the auditions with her older brother Calum, but the 22 year old gets off to a shaky start when she fails to impress the audience with...
Tracey and Sue want to make everyone "Smile Smile Smile" with the song they wrote especially for their Britain's Got Talent audition.
Simon Cowell told him, "Never ever in all the years I have done this show have I heard a guy with the talent you've got," as a 26-year-old singer ...
It's not often the BGT Judges are presented with a unique talent, but IT consultant Narinder Dhani left them speechless on Saturday's show. Well, ...
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.
Musical theatre boyband Collabro stormed their audition with their rendition of Stars from Les Miserables and last night they met the cast of the...
You voted them your favourite act of the evening meaning Collabro were the first act through to the Britain's Got Talent final.
It’s not the song Simon wants them to sing but Keiran and Sarah stick with Love Changes Everything from Aspects of Love.
Mother and daughter act Kitty & Rosie have three Judges singing their praises but one has something controversial to say.
Meat Loaf tribute artist artist Peat Loaf pays homage to the rock icon in his audition.
12-year-old Ellis sings a Michael Buble hit for the Judges.
And David just can’t resist joining him on stage.
Simon isn’t happy with Keiran and Sarah’s song choice for their audition – he says he hates Love changes Everything.
With Simon away Ant joins the panel as the fourth Judge.
12-year-old Ellis has the crowd eating out of the palm of his hand with his vibrant Michael Buble cover.
Wannabe Spice Girls flying the flag for talent from Essex, it’s SweetChix.
Simon Cowell’s Golden Buzzer act Bars and Melody have jetted out to America for an appearance on a top talk show.
The multi-talented Ed Drewett dropped into BGT HQ this morning and promptly took over our Twitter account to answer your probing questions.
Can you believe we are six weeks into the audition process?
When Simon Cowell halted Jodi Bird mid-performance on tonight''s show the audience and other Judges couldn't believe it.
With her wonderful musical theatre voice, Jodi has three Judges dancing in their seats.
Singing the Joseph hit, John James wins over the Judges with his likeable personality.
Simon does his best to buzz off singer Richard but David loves him.
With her soulful voice Henriette wows the Judges.
Showcasing his self-penned ditty Blink, Ed is ready to step out from behind the scenes and take centre stage.
Can full time dad The Prawn convince the Judges with his catchy tune?
When Simon’s away the Judges will play.
Songwriter Ed has penned a host of top pop tracks.
Only five acts made the grade in the fifth show of the series with Bars and Melody scoring Simon's Golden Buzzer!
Simon finally pushes his Golden Buzzer for the youthful musical duo Bars and Melody.