When is the Britain's Got Talent live semi-final and who are the golden buzzer acts?

Simon Cowell on Britain's Got Talent
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After weeks of auditions the Britain's Got Talent semi-finals are almost here. The final round of auditions will air on Sunday, May 26 at 8pm on ITV and will confirm who this year's semi-finalists are. This year there have been an array of acts who have impressed judges Simon Cowell, Amanda Holden, Alesha Dixon and Bruno Tonioli and are now in with a chance of performing at the Royal Variety and taking home the £250,000 cash prize.

And in some cases, the panel, and presenters Ant McPartlin and Declan Donnelly, have been left amazed, ushering performers straight through with a press of the coveted golden buzzer. Golden buzzer acts include husband and wife rollerskating duo Stardust, singers Taryn Charles and Sydnie Christmas, dance groups CyberAgent Legit and Phoenix Boys, the Ssaulabi Taekwondo troupe, Ravi's Dream Team choir, and comedian Nabe.

The semi-finals will kick off on bank holiday Monday, which falls on Monday, May 27. Viewers can tune into ITV1 and ITVX from 8pm for a two-hour live show.

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The semi-finals will then air consecutively over the next five nights, running between 8pm and 10pm from Monday, May 27 to Friday, May 31. The week's competition is all in the lead up to the 2024 final which will take place on Sunday, June 2 after this year's finalists are confirmed.

Who are the golden buzzer acts?

Stardust - A husband and wife roller skating duo from Ukraine.

Taryn Charles - A singer and a special educational needs teacher who made an impression on the judges.

CyberAgent Legit - An impressive dance group who took to the stage in matching red and silver costumes.

Sydnie Christmas - A singer who blew the judges away with her unusual rendition of Tomorrow from the musical Annie.

Ssaulabi Taekwondo - The South Korean Taekwondo troupe made it straight through to the semi-finals with their stunt-filled performance.

Ravi's Dream Team - A choir made up of Ravi's friends and family, Ravi is an eight-year-old boy who was diagnosed with a brain tumour two years ago but did not want his diagnosis to get in the way of his dreams.

Nabe - A comedian who had the whole auditorium in fits of laughter with his over the top impressions.

Phoenix Boys - A dance group that left Bruno Tonioli in tears. You can keep up to date with the latest TV and showbiz news by signing up to the newsletter here.