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Each live semi-final sees the return of performers who previously wowed the judges in London and Manchester, in addition to the Golden Buzzer acts, which this year includes more than ever.

This year sees brand-new judge Bruno Tonioli make his first appearance on the live-show judging panel, where he will be joined by Simon Cowell, Amanda Holden and Alesha Dixon. 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.

Following the five rounds, all successful acts will perform again in the grand final, where one will be named the Britain’s Got Talent 2023 Champion and walk away with both the life-changing £250,000 prize and that coveted place at The Royal Variety Performance.


Felix Clements. Primary school PE teacher danced to ‘Balance’ by Lucy Spraggan.

Noodle. Singing animated cat performed ‘Feeling Good’ by Nina Simone.

Boycanto. Young theatre group performed their rendition of ‘Revolting Children’ from the musical Matilda.

MB14. Beatboxer and opera singing artist Mohamed used his vocals and a loop pedal to create a unique track, winning him Ant & Dec’s golden buzzer.

Kimoon Do. Magician performed his ‘arrow’ card trick.


Duo Odyssey. Aerial and contemporary dancers Sophia and Maks performed a routine to ‘Space Man’ by Sam Ryder.

Malakai Bayoh. Student Malakai sang ‘Pie Jesu’, winning Simon Cowell’s golden buzzer.


On Thursday will be last year’s Britain’s Got Talent winner, comedian Axel Blake. From the moment he took the BGT crown in 2022, Axel’s life has changed dramatically.

Currently undergoing a huge UK tour, Axel has played 51 dates and counting – with more added due to popular demand. He has also sold-out Hammersmith’s Eventim Apollo - the very venue he was crowned champion!

Britain's Got Talent continues tonight at 8pm on ITV1 and ITVX.


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