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Britain's Got Talent finalists - in pictures
13 May 2012
Last updated at 10:31 BST
Check out the 10 finalists competing for the £500,000 in the this weekend's BGT grand final.
Jonathan and Charlotte, with their opera-meets-pop act, are the bookies favourites to win Britain's Got Talent on Saturday night. Jonathan stuck with Charlotte after Simon Cowell suggested he was the more talented of the two.
Ashleigh and Pudsey charmed the judges at their audition with a Flintstones inspired act. Their dance at the semi-finals saw them become the public's favourite act of Sunday evening and secured their place in this weekend's final.
Bringing the ballroom to Britain's Got Talent, Kai and Natalia impressed the judges on Monday night with their dance to Are You Gonna Be My Girl. After Jonathan and Charlotte won the public vote, Simon, Alesha, David and Amanda decided to send Kai and Natalia through to the Britain's Got Talent final.
Loveable Rogues have had some controversy this week after they admitted that they had been approached to audition for Britain's Got Talent after TV producers spotted their video online. This didn't stop the public from picking them to go through to the final, after a performance of their self-penned song on Tuesday night.
Molly Rainford split the judges' vote on Tuesday night. The 11-year-old's perfomance of Roxette's It Must Have Been Love proved popular with the public and it was their votes that got her through to Saturday night's final
It was down to Simon Cowell to pick who went through from Wednesday's semi final when the vote stood two to one against nine-year-old Malaki. Simon opted to send dance troop Nu Sxool through to Saturday's show, leaving Malaki visibly upset.
Only Boys Aloud are a male choir from Wales. Their performance of Welsh anthem Gwahoddiad on Sunday night was good enough to get all 133 of them a place in the final of Britain's Got Talent.
Ryan O'Shaughnessy made it through the first round with a song he wrote about a secret crush. His time on the show nearly ended after it was revealed he was still under contract with an Irish TV talent show he had taken part in, however this was sorted out and Thursday night saw him get a place in the final.
Sam Kelly performed a version of the Goo Goo Dolls song Iris to get his place in the final. But while Amanda Holden thought he needed to change his approach for Saturday night, Simon Cowell told the singer to stick to the successful style that has got him through the competition.
Synchronised swimming group Aquabatique impressed the judges with their Bond girl routine on Thursday evening. Performing in their specially designed tanks to a James Bond medley, the four secured a place in the grand final of Britain's Got Talent.
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