The semi-finals are over and we now know ten of the acts appearing on next Saturday's Britain's Got Talent Live show.
Take a look at your finalists list in full but don't forget, there's still space for one more - who will the Wild Card be?
Musical theatre boyband Collabro
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.
Illusionist Darcy Oake
Darcy Oake did the unthinkable and made himself disappear. He made it through the public vote although he left the judges divided.
Singer James Smith
Singer James Smith picked up the most public votes launching him straight into the final. The charming 15-year-old singer who impressed the Judges tonight with his cover of Crazy, broke down in tears after hearing the result.
Dancers The Addict Initiative
The 26-strong dance trouped who performed their own interpretation of the Snow White story on tonight's show leaped around the stage when they realised they were through.
Opera singer Lucy Kay
The 24-year-old Soprano singer wowed the judges with her Nella Fantasia. A student in Glasgow, the singer is originally from Nottingham. Opera singer Lucy came out top of the public vote. All four of the judges were on their feet during Lucy's song with Simon saying it was a "great, great performance." On hearing she was in the Final, Lucy said:
Dancer Yanis, Marshall, Arnaud & Mehdi
The Judges were divided over the second finalist with David and Alesha backing Yanis Marshall, Mehdi & Arnaud and Amanda and Simon sticking by Cartel. But it was Yanis Marshall, Arnaud and Mehdi who the public wanted to see again.Alesha said they gave the slickest performance of the dancers. The dance troupe who strut their stuff in heels were speechless.
Singers Bars and Melody
Simon's Golden Buzzer act Bars and Melody received the most public votes catapulting them straight into next Saturday's show. Speaking about their performance Simon said:
Violinist Lettice Rowbotham
The public picked electric violinist Lettice who Amanda described as a 'sex bomb'. An emotional Lettice said: "I am absolutely so grateful. I want to do a lot of good with my music."
Vocal harmony group Jack Pack
Jack Pack were the public's favourite and their votes launched them straight into Saturday's Final. The four piece wowed with their version of Frank Sinatra's My Way. They said:
Dancers Paddy and Nico
Amanda Holden told Paddy & Nico: "I'm voting for my Golden Buzzer. You're through to the Final." Simon Cowell described the salsa dancing twosome as, 'the epitome of Great Britain', praising the pairs' determination to perform despite Paddy only being given a clean bill of health yesterday.
Paddy told Ant and Dec the result was, "absolutely magnificent."
Tune into the Final on Saturday, ITV, 7pm.