Ant and Dec will host the semi-finals while Simon Cowell, Amanda Holden, Alesha Dixon and David Walliams return to the judges’ desk. Eight contestants will perform in each live semi-final.
The first finalist is chosen via public vote and the second finalist will be chosen by the judges. win the life-changing £250,000 prize plus that coveted role on The Royal Variety Performance.
Alongside the eight semi-finalists, there will be a very special Platinum Jubilee extravaganza for HRH The Queen, which will see previous BGT winners Jon Courtenay and Colin Thackery collaborate with BGT favourites, The D-Day Darlings and D-Day Juniors, alongside The Chelsea Pensioners Choir and Military Drummers.
The eight semi-finalists performing on Friday night will be:
Scooter quartet performed powerful fast-paced routine
Schoolboy Aneeshwar recitedpoetry about wildlife conservation and saving the planet
Brian & Krysstal
Comedy duo Brian & Krysstal performed a musical medley which included multiple instruments
Singer Nick performed original song about his daughters after being surprised by his family onstage
Welsh of the West End
Welsh singing collective made up of West End performers sang The Greatest Showman show tune From Now On
36-piece dance crew performed high energy dance routine
Brother and sister illusionists Alex and Emily performed impressive quick-change routine
Golden buzzer act Axel won over the judges with an amusing stand-up comedy routine
Britain's Got Talent continues Friday night at 9pm on ITV.