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The results of the third Britain's Got Talent semi-final have been revealed, following tonight's (May 27) latest live show.
Nine more acts competed for a place in Sunday's grand final, with magician Jamie Raven winning the public vote.
Britain's Got Talent: It's time for the third semi-final - as it happened
The judges failed to reach a decision between U.D.I. and IMD Legion, but dance troupe U.D.I. secured a place based on the public vote.
Here's how Britain's Got Talent fans reacted to the third semi-final results
We're racing through this live week on Britain's Got Talent, aren't we? Already we're on our third live show, and another nine acts are waiting nervously in the Fountain Studios canteen in Wembley, preparing for their next attempt at impressing the judges.
They won't be the only anxious ones tonight either - we think Alesha Dixon might be feeling a few butterflies as she'll be taking to the stage to perform her new single in the results show. A pretty packed evening then! Join us from 7.30pm when the show begins on ITV and we'll bring you all the action...
21:58So that's that! Jamie Raven and U.D.I. are going to be back for the final - but that's your lot for tonight. Don't fret though, because we'll be back for the fourth semi-final tomorrow! Remember to keep leaving your comments below... we'll love you and leave you for now! »
We've had our second semi-final on Britain's Got Talent now, and some people who know just what it's like to hit the live shows are last year's winners Collabro. So each day, we'll be bringing you their verdict on the previous night's show, and today it's the turn of Matt Pagan.
"It was a great semi-final actually, really great," Matt told us this morning. "Me and the boys always sit and watch it in our separate homes and we all comment on it on our WhatsApp group and we thought it was a fantastic semi-final."
And in fact, the boys are still such big Britain's Got Talent fans that they thought they'd swing by to perform on Friday's show - why not, eh? Matt revealed this morning that he's "so excited" about going back to the studios.
So without further ado, let's see what Matt thought of each of the acts last night. »
Another day, another Britain's Got Talent semi-final. Read on to see who is performing on Wednesday's (May 26) third semi.
After tonight's second live show, nine more acts will take to the stage hoping to impress the judges and the voting public. Wednesday's live semi-finalists are (in alphabetical order):
Britain's Got Talent: Your complete guide to all of the semi-finalists is right here
1. Dylan Byrd
Dylan's exuberant dancing to 'Bang Bang' won him three yeses, but his performance didn't impress Alesha. Can he win her over this time around?
2. Ella Shaw
Gracie's confident performance of 'Somewhere Over The Rainbow' won her four yeses at her theatre audition, with Simon describing her as "cute, likeable and very controlled".
4. IMD Legion
IMD are another »
The Britain's Got Talent live shows are just around the corner, and we now know the 45 acts who'll be entertaining us this week! Read on for your complete guide to the lucky hopefuls who made it through...
The Golden Buzzers
Calum Scott - 26, Hull
Golden buzzer: Simon Cowell
Remind me: Calum had to take to the stage just after his sister Jade had been rejected by the judges, but his rendition of 'Dancing On My Own' won over the panel.
Boyband - Mike (18), Mikey (19), Dylan (18), Corey (18), Jaih (17) from London
Golden buzzer: Ant & Dec
Revelation Avenue - 20-30, London
Golden buzzer: Amanda Holden
Remind me: Revelation Avenue took to the stage just after a show choir who had not done well, »
The Britain's Got Talent judges made their final decision about which acts will perform in the live semi-finals in tonight's show.
As usual, the judges had several disagreements during the decision process, with David Walliams ripping up one act's photo to make a point.
Even when the choices had been made some of the judges may have had regrets, with Simon Cowell wondering why they had decided to put through Michael Late, Jeffrey Drayton, Narinder Dhani, Mitch and Cally and Peter Lambert.
As Holden told the group that they want to find something "unique" that will »
Can you believe we've now had our penultimate episode of Britain's Got Talent auditions? Yep, the first round of the competition will draw to a close next week... but the show sure is packing a lot in before that time comes. And tonight was no different, as we were treated to all sorts of new hopefuls! Read on for the good, the bad and the bizarre this week...
Groove Thing - 7-11, South Wales
Talent: 70s dance troupe
Tell us more: Now here's a dance troupe with a difference. We loved Groove Thing for snubbing hip hop and street dance and going full-blown 70s instead; it was so entertaining. Their choreography was really tight, they had loads of attitude, and they were so good that they were basically like mini adults. It helps, of course, that they were so cute; Ben, the only male of the group, was »
7 items from 2015
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