What time is Britain’s Got Talent on tonight?
The second round of semi-finalists will perform from 7.30pm.
Camila Cabello will perform before the results are announced.
Who are tonight’s Britain’s Got Talent semi-finalists?
Destiny Chukunyere: The 14-year-old wowed the judges at the auditions, with a note-perfect rendition of Aretha Franklin’s Think.
Simon Cowell told her: “I’ve been waiting for someone to come out who we think could be a star – and guess who it is? You.”
In 2015 the Maltese singer won the Junior Eurovision Song Contest.
Matt Edwards: Ant and Dec chose magician Matt as their Golden Buzzer act, and the judges agreed that his comedic tricks were “brilliant”.
David Walliams said: “‘I love when people push jokes as far as they possibly can go until they almost break. It was very funny, very entertaining. It was brilliant. Well done.”
Harry Gardner: Harry sung an original song about his grandmother’s battle with Alzheimer’s disease at his audition, which reduced the judges to tears.
The 16-year-old sadly lost his nan, named Maureen, days before the audition aired but will return to the stage to sing a “meaningful song”.
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Britain's Got Talent: Harry Gardner
Issy Simpson: The second magician of the night is eight-year-old Issy, who Simon called a “real-life Harry Potter”.
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Speaking after her audition, the judge said: “I don’t know how you do it. You have magical powers.”
Issy is one of the frontrunners to win Britain’t Got Talent with odds of 11/1 at Betfair.
Dizzy Twilight: The 65-year-old grandmother surprised the panel and viewers at home with by performing an EDM DJ set for her audition.
Simon took a particular shine to the glamorous blonde, and told her: “You’re a little minx, aren’t you?”
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Leah Barniville: The second 14-year-old of the evening is a classically trained singer who sung in Italian during her audition.
Simon told her that she was “honestly incredible” adding: “You don’t know how good you are.”
Grace & Ali: The boyfriend-and-girlfriend double act impressed at the auditions with a tender dance routine.
Some fans were outraged to discover that Ali was formerly part of dance troupe Lil Diamondz, who won a childrens’ talent show hosted by Alesha Dixon.
Taptastik: The dance troupe from Brighton are aged between 16 and 62 and are led by choreographer Drew Wood, 49.
They won three yeses at the auditions, with Simon giving them a no.