Britain's Got Talent final: Time tonight, the 10 finalists and wildcard act

Britain's Got Talent is all set to announce its next champion.

The live final tonight (June 2), hosted by Ant and Dec, will give the hopeful performers one last chance to win over the public. Each act will perform live in front of the judges and millions of viewers at home, before the public cast their votes to crown the BGT 2024 winner.

Teaching assistant Alex Mitchell, who was diagnosed with neurological condition a year ago, won over the judges and the voting public following his stand-up act which saw him poke fun at his autism and his tics. He has won a spot in the final alongside magician Trixy, who works as a traffic light engineer, after wowing the judges with his performance which included mathematics and 2023 BGT contestant “naked man” Tonikaku.

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The popular ITV show returned to our screens in April to find the next big thing. Here's everything you need to know about the finalists, the potential prize, and - crucially - when to tune in to watch it all unfold live.

Who are the Britain's Got Talent finalists?

Ten acts have made it through to the Britain's Got Talent final, offering a diverse range of performances for the public and judges to enjoy. These acts were chosen throughout the week via public votes or judge selections.

ITV has also confirmed that an eleventh 'wildcard' act will be given a second shot at glory in the finale. The selection process for this act remains under wraps.

Fans have been speculating online that the judges might bring back an act that was unfortunately eliminated in the Judge's Vote segment of the semi-finals. However, the identity of this wildcard act won't be revealed until the final episode.

Who are the 10 known finalists?

Here is a full list of the known finalists:

  1. Comedian Alex Mitchell

  2. Ghanian dancing duo Abigail & Afronitaaa

  3. Japanese skipping group Haribow

  4. Magician Jack Rhodes

  5. Magician Trixy

  6. Northants Sing Out

  7. Singer Sydnie Christmas

  8. Singing impressionist Mike Woodhams

  9. South African opera singer Innocent Masuku

  10. South Korean taekwondo group Ssaulabi Performance Troupe

What is the prize for winning Britain's Got Talent?

Since the inaugural series of Britain's Got Talent in 2007, the winner has always been given the opportunity to perform at the Royal Variety Performance. Additionally, they receive a cash prize of £250,000.

This has been the standard prize money since 2013, although it has fluctuated over the years. The largest prize pot of £500,000 was awarded to dog trick duo Ashleigh and Pudsey in 2012, while between 2007 and 2011, each winner received £100,000.

The semi-finals of Britain's Got Talent have been held every weekday this week (May 24-28), with two acts progressing to the final showdown. The grand finale is scheduled for tonight (June 2) from 7.30pm until 10.10pm.