- Britain’s Got Talent will welcome 8 new acts to perform on tonight’s semi-final
- Tuesday night’s show saw a stage invader press the buzzers of all BGT judges
- Viewers may have also spotted Russell Crowe and Jimmy Carr in the audience
Britain’s Got Talent 2018 is half way through its semi-finals, with four acts set to take to the stage again after being voted through to the final.
Yesterday’s live show was yet again full of drama with the BGT judges being left shaken after a stage invader stormed onto the panel and slammed all three of their buzzers during Magus Utopia’s act.
Eagle-eyed viewers may have also spotted Russell Crowe and comedian Jimmy Carr sitting next to each in the audience, but who are the Wednesday night semi-finalists?
Donchez Dacres celebrates qualifying for the final with Declan Donnelly on Britain’s Got Talent
Which acts went through on Tuesday night’s semi-final?
At the end of Tuesday night’s drama-fuelled semi-final, two acts were picked to go on to perform again on the day of the final to be in with a chance of winning £250,000 and showcase their talent at the Royal Variety Performance.
The first act to go through was David Walliams’s Golden Buzzer act Donchez Dacres who performed his original Wiggle Wine that has taken the nation by storm and was the public vote’s choice.
Simon Cowell was then given the final decision between B-Positive and 10-year-old singer Calum Courtney and the latter was chosen to join The D-Day Darlings and Lost Voice Guy, who went through on Monday.
Which acts will perform on Wednesday’s semi-final?
Here’s all the acts that will be performing during the Wednesday night semi-final:
Formerly known as Spotlight Stage School, the acrobatic group’s performance was memorable in the final auditions but it remains to be seen whether or not they can up their game.
DMU Gospel Choir
With The D-Day Darlings already in the final, DMU Gospel Choir have to prove themselves two-fold after their performance of Oh Happy Day earlier on in the competition.
The Voice fans will remember Aleksandar from the quarter-finals of the show, but he took to the BGT stage this year to wow the judges with his rendition of White Stripes’ Seven Nation Army.
The Japanese trickster has impressed audiences every time he has performed and he is expected to bring his weird and wonderful props to this week’s semi-final.
Gruffydd Wyn Roberts
With David Walliams’s Golden Buzzer choice already through, there’s hope for Gruffydd as Amanda Holden’s act as fans will remember how he clawed back his performance of Nessun Dorma.
This dance troupe which features Manchester Arena bombing survivor Hollie Booth left viewers feeling emotional and they have a strong chance of making it through to the final.
One of two Golden Buzzer acts of the night, but this time chosen by Ant and Dec, he left everyone spellbound after getting the judges to do simple tasks.
This comedian, who revealed he is dyslexic and has Asperger’s Syndrome, was memorably cheeky towards the BGT judges, claiming that David has a multitude of Grindr contacts, while Simon has none on Facebook.
When is Britain’s Got Talent on TV?
Britain’s Got Talent semi-finals are on every night at 7:30pm on ITV1, with the results show on at 9:30pm. The grand final will take place on Sunday, June 3, 2018.