A woman from Wakefield has made it through to this year's Britain's Got Talent final.
Siobhan Phillips' fate was decided after a pivotal tie-break for second place in last night's semis was decided on by judge, David Williams.
Speaking after the show, Siobhan thanked all those who voted for her at home and said she felt touched by the ''fantastic response.'' The singer added that she'd been trying for 26 years to get a break but had thought she was ''too old''.
All-male teenage magic group 4MG were the winners of the night and Siobhan will now join them to go up against nine other acts in Sunday night's final. The final winner of this year's BGT will get a quarter of a million pound prize money and will sing at this year's Royal Variety Performance.