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Pictures: Meet the Britain's Got Talent 2016 finalists

Newsround runs through the 12 acts who are competing in the Britain's Got Talent 2016 final on Saturday evening. The winner gets a spot at the Royal Variety Performance and a £250,000 prize.
The 100 Voices Of Gospel choir is one of the favourites to win the competition. It's made up of singers who come from all over the world, including the UK, the US, Cameroon and Russia. They were judge Alesha Dixon's golden buzzer act.
100 Voices of Gospel, who will perform in this year's final of Britain's Got Talent.SYCO/THAMES TV
Lucy Heath from Lincolnshire and her dog Trip Hazard, a Maltese and Pomeranian mix, were the public's wild card pick for the final. They are hoping to become the third canine-winning act after Ashleigh and Pudsey in 2012 and Jules and Matisse in 2015.
Lucy and Trip Hazard, who will perform in this year's final of Britain's Got Talent.SYCO/THAMES TV
Magician Richard Jones from Essex has wowed the public and the four judges with his mind-reading and illusions. If he triumphs in Saturday's grand final, he will become the first magician to win the hit ITV show.
Richard Jones, who will perform in this year's final of Britain's Got Talent.SYCO/THAMES TV
Will The Force be with the dancing Stormtroopers? Boogie Storm have so far performed to a medley of pop classics including Silento's Watch Me (Whip/Nae Nae) and Beyonce's Single Ladies. The dance act is Simon Cowell's choice for the golden buzzer.
Boogie Storm, who will perform in this year's final of Britain's Got Talent.SYCO/THAMES TV
Beau Dermott is judge Amanda Holden's golden buzzer act. The 12-year-old from Widnes stepped up her performance in the semi-finals with a powerful version of Someone Like You from the musical Jekyll And Hyde.
Beau Dermott, who will perform in this year's final of Britain's Got Talent.SYCO/THAMES TV
Wayne Woodward is a part-time singer and builder from Sutton. The judges have compared his voice to that of the legendary US singer Frank Sinatra.
Wayne Woodward, who will perform in this year's final of Britain's Got Talent.SYCO/THAMES TV
Shannon and Peter Parker were the judges' wild card pick for the final. The freelance dance teachers, who have been married for 15 years, have impressed with their ballet dancing.
Shannon and Peter Parker, who will perform in this year's final of Britain's Got Talent.SYCO/THAMES TV
Mel & Jamie are a mother and son duo from Wales. Mel is a singer in care homes while 16-year-old Jamie is a secondary school student.
Mel & Jamie, who will perform in this year's final of Britain's Got Talent.SYCO/THAMES TV
Craig Ball from Hertfordshire booked his place in the final after he sang Adele's Hello in loads of different voices, including The Muppets' Kermit the Frog and Miss Piggy, Family Guy's Peter and Stewie Griffin, Shrek and Star Wars' Yoda.
Craig Ball, who will perform in this year's final of Britain's Got Talent.SYCO/THAMES TV
Jasmine Elcock is another schoolgirl in the final with a remarkable voice. The 14-year-old student from Essex became Ant and Dec's golden buzzer act, and she sang Wings by Birdy in the semi-finals.
Jasmine Elcock, who will perform in this year's final of Britain's Got Talent.SYCO/THAMES TV
Balance Unity is a 17-year-old student and dancer from Hertfordshire. Balance, whose real name is Taylor Goodridge, won over the judges with his imaginative and funny dance routines.
Balance Unity, who will perform in this year's final of Britain's Got Talent.SYCO/THAMES TV
Alex Magala is a professional sword swallower from Moldova. The 26-year-old been nicknamed "the most dangerous act in the show's history".
Alex Magala, who will perform in this year's final of Britain's Got Talent.SYCO/THAMES TV