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Britain's Got Talent: Who got this year's golden buzzers?

Everyone who auditions wants one of those golden buzzer spots, which mean an automatic place in the live semi-finals. Here are this year's five lucky acts.
Fifteen-year-old Sarah Ikumu got the first golden buzzer of the series. She impressed Simon Cowell with her soulful version of And I Am Telling You by Jennifer Hudson.
Singer Sarah IkumuSYCO/THAMES ITV
Alesha Dixon made dreams come true for dance act Just Us. During the audition, one of the girls, Julia Carlile, said BGT would be her last chance to perform on the world stage, because she's having an operation for a curve in her spine.
Dance act Just UsSYCO/THAMES ITV
Comedian Daliso Chaponda got Amanda Holden's golden buzzer. He auditioned in Birmingham and got a massive reaction from the audience.
Comedian Daliso ChapondaTOM DYMOND/SYCO/THAMES ITV
Presenters Ant and Dec pressed their golden buzzer for magician Matt Edwards. Ant thought he was one of funniest acts, saying: "We were laughing so much I thought I was going to pee myself."
Fifteen-year-old singer Kyle Tomlinson had auditioned for the show before, but David Walliams didn't send him through. This time around the judge handed him the last golden buzzer spot of the series.