Britain’s Got Talent finalists 2019: Who are the Britain’s Got Talent finalists?

Britain’s Got Talent 2019, the final, kicks off at 7:30pm on ITV. There are 11 finalists competition for £250,000 cash prize and a chance to perform at the Royal Variety Performance next year. Here’s a look at the contestants in this years Britain’s Got Talent grand final.

Who are the Britain’s Got Talent 2019 finalists?

There are 11 acts performing in tonight’s Britain’s Got Talent final.

From the five semi-finals which aired last weeks, 10 acts secured a spot in tonight’s final.

The judges – Simon Cowell, Amanda Holden, Alesha Dixon and David Walliams – had a wildcard act, and decided to bring back dancing duo Libby and Charlie.

Libby and Charlie narrowly missed a spot in tonights final at first, losing out to escapist Jonathan Goodwin and magician X.

However, the judges decided to give them a second chance after their incredible last-minute performance on Friday’s (May, 31) semi-final.

Libby and Charlie replaced magic act, Brotherhood, who had to pull out at the last minute.


Here’s a look at the Britain’s Got Talent 2019 finalists and their previous performances. 

Dog Act Dave and Finn

Dave and Finn won the public vote on Monday nights (May, 27)  first Britain’s Got Talent semi-final.

They are the second favourites to win at odds of 6/1at Bet365, William Hill and Betfair.

Coral spokesperson Harry Aitkenhead said: “Dave and Finn come next in the betting and if there is to be a surprise then it will most likely be sprung by them.”

Flake fleet Primary School

Flake fleet Primary School were David William’s golden buzzer act.

They were chosen by the judges to go through to the final.

Walliams who was left sobbing after Flakefleet’s first audition said: “It was just one of the most joyous things I have ever seen and I think you made all our hearts soar today. It’s what you want your childhood to of been like and what your children’s childhood to be like which is just full of unbridled joy.”


Magic Act 4MG

The four magicians from Kent won the public vote on Tuesday’s (May, 28) second semi-final.

4MG, aged 17-19 wowed the judges with their magic trick, which even featured Britain’s Got Talent acts Stavros Flatley.

Musician and comedian Siobhan Phillips

Siobhan Phillips was saved by the judges on Tuesday night over stuntman and magic act, Matt Stirling.


Singer Colin Thackeray

Army veteran Colin Thackeray won the public vote with his performance of We’ll Meet Again on Wednesday (May, 29). 

He is the favourite to win, at odds of 8/11 across the bookie’s board.

Coral’s spokesperson Harry Aitkenhead said: “All eyes are going to be on Colin tonight and he’s the odds on favourite in the betting to win Britain’s Got Talent 2019. He’s going to take all the beating and might well be halfway to glory already.”

Comedian Kojo Amin

Comedian Kojo Anim was Simon Cowell’s golden buzzer act.

The judges chose to send Kojo through to the final over another comedian, John Archer.

Magician Ben Hart

Magic act Ben Hart won the public vote in Britain’s Got Talent fourth semi-final on Thursday (May, 30)

Speaking after being sent through to the final, Hart said: “Incredible, I feel emotional, amazed,” he said when his name was announced. “I am stunned, thank you so much.”

Singer Mark McMullan

Singer Mark McMullan was saved by the judges in Thursday’s semi-final.

He performed the song You Will Be Found from the Broadway musical Dear Evan Hansen.

Magician ‘X’

X won the public vote on Friday (May, 31)  after viewers were impressed with his social media trick.

After the performance, X gained 23,000 followers on Instagram.

X is the third favourite to win at odds of 7/1 at Betvictor, Coral and Betfred.

Magician Jonathan Goodwin

Jonathan Goodwin was sent through to tonight’s final on Friday evening after Simon Cowell put the judges vote to deadlock.

Jonathan was up against dancing act Libby and Charlie.

Speaking after his victory, Goodwin said: “I really can’t believe it!” What I’ve got planned is more dangerous than what I just did, and way, way bigger.”

Dancers Libby and Charlie

Libby and Charlie were the judge’s wildcard act this year.

The pair have had an unusual route to the final after they were brought in last minute to replace stunt act Brotherhood.

Britain’s Got Talent Final 2019 starts tonight at 7:30pm on ITV

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