The 32-year-old pianist earned a place in the finale in the third live semi-final show thanks to another rousing performance combining classical and contemporary music.
Speaking exclusively to Express.co.uk about the incredible set, fellow Britain’s Got Talent hopeful Reuben Gray hailed Tokio for his style.
The 16-year-old singer-songwriter explained: “I’ve been watching them every night so far and I think they’re all incredible. I really like Tokio actually. The way he handled his performance – at the start he waited a little before he started.
“I was talking to [the crew] about it backstage and they said, ‘Whatever you do, don’t do what Tokio did.’ But you know what, it was great what he did.
“He made everyone wait for that little bit before he started performing and he’s such a great performer. He’s at the Royal Academy of Music which is incredible. I respect him so much.”
His words come as judge Alesha Dixon echoed similar sentiments, saying: "I couldn't say enough good things about him, I was chuffed."
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Tokio Myers impressed viewers with his piano skills on Britain's Got Talent
The pianist made it through with pint-sized comedian Ned Woodman, while Simon Cowell’s Golden Buzzer act Sarah Ikumu was sent home in a shock elimination.
Hopeful Reuben will be taking to the stage again tonight as he tries to secure a place in the final.
The school boy from Guildford, Surrey, will be facing off against John Parnell, Paws with Soul, Angelicus Celtis, Jonny Awsum, MerseyGirls, The Pensionalities and Ryan Tracey.
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The piano-playing star got four yeses from the judging panel after he performed a self-penned song called Lifeline, which he revealed he wrote to win his girlfriend back
Reuben’s audition video has been viewed over seven million times on YouTube since it was uploaded back in April.
Reflecting about his father Toby – who works overseas – being in the audience to watch him, Reuben said he felt “lucky”.
Britain’s Got Talent is on ITV tonight at 7.30pm.