ITV Britain's Got Talent final: What time is it on tonight and who are the finalists?

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Britain's Got Talent is due to crown its next winner.

Hosted by Ant and Dec, hopeful performers will have one last shot to impress the public in the live final and secure victory. Each will perform live in front of the judges and millions of viewers at home, before votes are made by the public that will see one act be named the winner of BGT 2024.

To catch up, this is everything you'll need to know including who the acts are, what they'll possibly win and - importantly - when to tune in and watch everything live.

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Who are the Britain's Got Talent finalists?

Ten acts have been selected to take part in the Britain's Got Talent final bringing a real variety for the public and judges to consider. Each was selected throughout the week through the public votes or being selected by the judges.

ITV has since confirmed that an eleventh 'wildcard' act would be given a second chance and take part in the finale. It hasn't been revealed who or how this act will be selected.

Fans of the show have speculated online that the judges will bring back an act that had to be brutally binned off in the Judge's Vote section of the semi-finals. However, their identity will not be revealed until the final episode.

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?

The winner of Britain's Got Talent has always been offered the chance to perform at the Royal Variety Performance since the first series back in 2007. Champions of the competition will also receive a cash prize of £250,000.

This has been the sum winners have earned since 2013 but it has varied. The largest prize pot of £500,000 went to dog trick double act Ashleigh and Pudsey in 2012 and, between 2007 and 2011, winners each got £100,000.

When is the Britain's Got Talent final? Time schedule

The semi-finals have taken place every weekday this week (May 24-28) with two acts advancing to the final showdown. The finale will take place tonight, Sunday, June 2, at 7.30pm until 10.10pm.

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