Britain’s Got Talent David and Javier (Syco / Thames / ITV)
Dancing duo David and Javier perform a high energy salsa routine for the judges.
Britain’s Got Talent Andrew Lancaster (Syco / Thames / ITV)
The 32-year-old Lancashire-based comedian performs impressions of Donald Trump, Brian Cox, Nigel Farage and Russell Brand.
Britain’s Got Talent Jenny Darren (Syco / Thames / ITV)
Pensioner Jenny is a 68-year-old retiree who lives in the Cotswolds. Despite her dowdy attire, don’t be fooled. She launches into a performance of Highway to Hell by AC/DC.
Jim the Dancer
Britain’s Got Talent Jim the Dancer (Syco/Thames/ITV)
Jim is 59 years old, lives in London and performs as a dancing clock. What more do we need to say?
Britain’s Got Talent Kaptain Rock (Syco/Thames/ITV)
Have you ever seen a man play a one string lightsaber guitar? No? This is your lucky day.
Radu Alexandru Patrunsu
Britain’s Got Talent Radu (Syco/Thames/ITV)
Radu is a 32-year-old builder from Romania, living in London. Radu dances and spins on stage. And, well, that’s about it.
Father Ray Kelly
Britain’s Got Talent Father Ray Kelly (Syco/Thames/ITV)
Irish priest Father Ray Kelly is a 64-year-old singing sensation. He performs Everybody Hurts by R.E.M.
Britain’s Got Talent Cali Swing (Syco/Thames/ITV)
Aged nine to 14 years old, young dance group Cali Swing live in London and deliver a top-notch synchronised routine.
Lost Voice Guy
Comedian Lee Ridley, who performs under the name Lost Voice Guy, has cerebral palsy which has left him unable to speak. With the use of an iPad, he delivers a zingy stand-up routine that has the judges in stitches.
Britain’s Got Talent Andras (Syco/Thames/ITV)
The 46-year-old from Hungary performs an, uhhh, ‘unique’ style of improvised singing.
These two have to be seen to be believed. Quoc Co and Quoc Nghiep are brothers from Ho Chi Minh City in Vietnam. Their death-defying audition defies both gravity, sense – and health and safety.
This group of dancers are aged between 10 -24 years old. The group perform a dance with wheelchairs to help one of the members, Hollie Booth, get back into dancing following injuries she sustained during the Manchester terror attack in 2017.