Meet the acts auditioning in episode one of Britain’s Got Talent

From a circus performer to a mind-reading magician, here are all the acts to expect in the 2018 opener

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It’s finally here: Britain’s Got Talent 2018. And the 14th series of the entertainment extravaganza promises the best and most bizarre acts we’ve seen on TV. From the weird to the wonderful to whatever on earth Mr Uekusa does on stage (see below), here are the performers you can expect in episode one…

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Sascha Williams

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Age: 29

From: Australia

Talent: Circus performer Sasha performs his Rola Bola acrobatic act, assisted by his fiancée Stephanie Nock.

Read Sascha’s full profile here


DMU Gospel Choir

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From: Leicester

Talent: The choir sings a medley of “I Will Follow Him/ Oh Happy Day”.


Robert White

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Age: 41

From: West Sussex.

Talent: The music teacher performs musical comedy, singing a song about the judges.


Calum Courtney

Calum Courtney on Britain's Got Talent

Age: 10

From: Essex

Talent: Callum sings Michael Jackson’s “Who’s Lovin’ You”.

Read Calum’s full profile here


Mr Uekusa

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Age: 30

From: Japan

Talent: Uekusa performs table cloth tricks whilst naked.


Laura and Rich

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Age: Laura is 37, while Rich is 31

From: South Devon

Talent: The pair perform a sword dancing routine.


Julian Ellis

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Age: 40

From: St Buryan

Talent: David joins Julian on stage, whilst Julian recites a poem about the life of a dairy cow.


Marc Spelmann

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Age: 46

From: London

Talent: The magician performs a mind-reading routine involving the judges and his daughter.

Read Marc’s full profile here


DVJ (Diversity Junior)

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Age: the 10 school children are aged 10-18 years old

Talent: the dance group have been guided by Diversity’s Ashley Banjo


B-Positive Choir

The official choir of the NHS Blood and Transplant set up to encourage people to donate blood.

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From: The 48 members are from all over the UK

Talent: The choir will sing Andra Day – Rise Up.


Marty Putz

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Age: 55

From: Canada, lives in Los Angeles

Talent: The inventor and comedian displays his inventions on stage and covers Simon in toilet roll.


Matt Johnson

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Age: 43

From: Rotherham, lives in Canada

Talent: Matt performs an escapology trick, whilst locked and chained inside a tank filled with water.

Read Matt’s full profile here

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Britain’s Got Talent returns Saturday 14th April at 8pm on ITV