Britain’s Got Talent 2019 start time: What time does Britain’s Got Talent start tonight?
Britain’s Got Talent 2019 is airing again tonight (Wednesday, May 29) with the third of its live semi-finals on ITV. Eight acts will be battling it out for the public and judges’ votes to be in with a chance of winning one of the two spots in the final. But when is it on and where can you watch it?
What time does Britain’s Got Talent start tonight?
The third semi-final of Britain’s Got Talent will begin tonight at 7.30pm on ITV.
The first part of the show sees the contestants perform in front of judges Simon Cowell, David Walliams, Amanda Holden and Alesha Dixon.
There will then be a break from 9pm for an episode of Coronation Street before the results show airs at 9.30pm.
The show will be available to stream on the ITV Hub soon after the episodes have been shown.
BRITAIN’S GOT TALENT FINALISTS 2019
Who is on Britain’s Got Talent tonight?
According to the Radio Times, among the contestants fighting it out for a place in the live final this weekend include two Golden Buzzer acts.
Holden’s rockers Chapter 13 and Simon Cowell’s comedian Kojo Anim will be performing tonight.
Judge Dixon’s friend Anim was a hit among the judges when he performed his hilarious routine, winning Simon Cowell’s Golden Buzzer.
Teenage rock band Chapter 13 also wowed judges in their audition claiming the final Golden Buzzer of the 2019 auditions.
WHO MADE IT THROUGH THE FIRST SEMI-FINAL?
Other acts include dance troupe Angels Inc., Manchester-born singer Rob King and singing and dancing group KNE.
Chelsea pensioner Colin Thackery, who moved the judges with his poignant tribute to his late wife, will also be singing in tonight’s show.
Comedic magician John Archer and the thrilling Gomonov Knife Show will complete the line-up of the third semi-final show.
Viewers will also be treated to a performance from singer James Arthur on tonight’s live show, performing his new hit Falling Like the Stars.
WHO ARE THE GOLDEN BUZZER ACTS?
Only two of the acts will make it through to the live final on Sunday, June 2.
One will be chosen by the highest public votes, while the judges will have the responsibility to choose the final act.
Already through to the final are magic mind reading dog act Dave and Finn as well as the school choir Flakefleet Primary School, who both made it through Monday’s semi-final.
Last night, magicians 4MG and comedian Siobhan Phillips also made it through to Sunday’s BGT grand final.
A total of 10 performers will be battling out in the grand final in an attempt to win the opportunity to perform in front of the Royal Family at the Royal Variety Performance.
Britain’s Got Talent live shows continue tonight at 7:30pm on ITV.
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