BRITAIN’S Got Talent is nearing its grand final, with ITV kicking off the show’s fifth live semi-final TONIGHT on ITV!
But when exactly will the competition conclude and crown its champion? Here’s all the details.
When is the Britain’s Got Talent 2019 final on TV?
The BGT final will take place on June 2, 2019.
You can catch all of the action from 7.30 until 10.05pm.
The winner will be announced live on the show.
You can catch up with past episodes on the ITV Hub now to see which acts made it through the semi-finals.
Who are the finalists?
Britain’s Got Talent live semi-finals started on Monday, May 27, and will end on Friday, May 31, 2019.
Each day, eight acts will perform with the hopes of making it through to the final.
Unlike the auditions, which are pre-recorded, the semi-finals are all LIVE.
And we, the public, get to vote for our favourite acts.
Here are the confirmed finalists so far, who won their semi-final round:
Dave and Finn
The hero police dog and his handler wowed the judging panel and viewers at home with another mind trick during the first semi-final.
They went put straight through to Sunday’s final in the results show.
Though some fans accused the show of being fixed after the Dave changed a few answers.
Flakefleet Primary School Choir
The adorable Flakefleet Primary School choir are through to the final.
They wowed the judges with their audition, and their joyous semi-final performance put them in the final.
They are David Walliams’ Golden Buzzer act.
The foursome magic act wowed the audience and judges on day two to get the most votes from the public.
Their semi-final performance saw them bring on BGT legends Stavros Flatley to gain them a place in the final.
The group of magicians is made up of Josh Hennes, James Samuel, Harry Nardi and Theo Mallalieu.
Comedy-singing act Siobhan had the audience in stitches during the semi-finals with her song about her toddler daughter.
It was enough to win her a place in the day two final three.
The judges then put her through on a majority vote to the grand final.
Lovable Colin, 89, won the hearts of the nation in the semi-finals with his rendition of Vera Lynn’s wartime tune We’ll Meet Again.
He sang the song for his late wife and was dressed in his Army uniform.
The Chelsea Pensioner was speechless after winning the most votes from the viewers.
Comedian Kojo Anim had the audience in stitches during the semi-final with his chat about his family.
His stand-up routine did the trick and he found himself in the final three.
He sailed through to the final after getting three yeses from the judges – beating John Archer on majority.
Magician Ben took the judges’ breath away with his incredible performance in the semi-final.
He also won over the public and got the most amount of votes on his night.
Ben has a record of working on TV and is a member of the Magic Inner Circle
Mark is a 23-year-old singer from Newcastle who won over the judges with his powerful performance.
He came second in the votes, just behind Ben.
Mark’s dedicated his music to his disabled brother Declan.
Little is known about the mysterious performer known as X.
Keeping his identity hidden, he arrived on stage for his BGT audition in April 2019 wearing a white masquerade mask and a black hood over his head.
His very creepy but fantastic act involved judges Ant and Dec and he become the fifth magician in the final.
Jonathan took to the Britain’s Got Talent stage for his first audition.
He amazed the judges as he dangled upside down in a straight jacket, and set himself free – all whilst being set a light.
How do I get a ticket to the Britain’s Got Talent 2019 final?
Tickets are available NOW.
You can get tickets through applausestore.com – and they are FREE.
Tickets are still available through this site for the last live semi-final on May 31.
What is the prize money for Britain’s Got Talent in 2019?
The winners of Britain’s Got Talent will perform in front of the Royal Family at the Royal Variety Performance.
For the past five years, the winner has also won a prize fund of £250,000.
It has not been confirmed whether or not that will be the same in the 2019 show.
Who won Britain’s Got Talent last year?
Lost Voice Guy was crowned the winner of Britain’s Got Talent 2018 after wowing fans with his comedy routines.
He beat 10 other acts to scoop the top prize of £250,000 and will perform at this year’s Royal Variety Performance in front of royalty.
Runner-up Robert White was gracious in defeat as he explained he was giving up comedy to take up teaching full time.
Donchez Dacres came in third place and thanked the viewers for voting for him before giving us another little Wiggle Wine.
Following his crowning moment, Lee took to the stage for a final time saying he had been blown away by the support and that he was looking forward to performing for the Queen.