The top three acts voted for by the public alongside Lost Voice Guy were Robert White and Donchez Dacres who placed second and third respectively with the viewers.
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All week throughout the live semi-finals, viewers have been voting for their favourite acts, and these are the ones who have progressed and made it to the live grand final on Sunday 3rd June.
In a voting twist this year, each night the act with the most votes automatically went through to the final. Then, the judges picked their favourite from the acts who placed second and third with the public.
A RadioTimes.com poll, which received over 23,000 votes, put Lost Voice Guy as the winner with Robert White and Micky P Kerr placing second and third respectively.
The week’s semi-final results were as follows:
Semi-final 5 – Friday night’s results:
Micky P Kerr – won the public vote
Giang Brothers – chosen by the public after a judges’ tie
Semi-final 4 – Thursday night’s results:
DVJ (Diversity Juniors) – won the public vote
Tim and Jack Goodacre – Simon Cowell’s Golden Buzzer – (chosen by the judges)
Wildcard act – TBC
Simon Cowell has confirmed that there will definitely be a Wildcard act for BGT 2018. Although the act has yet to be confirmed, he did heavily hint it could be B-Positive Choir.
Semi-final 3 – Wednesday night’s results:
Robert White – won the public vote
Gruffydd Wyn Roberts – chosen by the public after a judges’ tie
Semi-final 2 – Tuesday night’s results:
Donchez Dacres – David Walliams’s Golden Buzzer – won the public vote
Calum Courtney – chosen by the public after a judges’ tie
Semi-final 1 – Monday night’s results:
Lost Voice Guy – won the public vote
The D-Day Darlings – chosen by the judges
Britain’s Got Talent’s live semi-finals air Monday to Friday on ITV, with the live final on Sunday 3rd June