Britain’s Got Talent’s 2019 auditions have been well under way for some weeks now, which means that the exciting live finals week is in sight.
Of course, the earlier rounds that we’ve been watching are all pre-recorded earlier in the year, but fans of the show are in with a chance to be there when the winner is crowned.
Find out everything you need to know about the upcoming live finals for Britain’s Got Talent 2019.
When are the Britain’s Got Talent live finals?
As usual, live finals week will be taking place each evening over the final week in May, with the grand final taking place that weekend.
Dates just released show that the live semi-finals will be going out on ITV from Tuesday, May 28 until Friday, May 31.
The acts who are voted through at each semi-final will then return on Sunday, June 2 for the live grand final.
Who are the acts through to the finals?
Just because an act got enough yeses to make it through the heats doesn't necessarily mean we'll see them in the live semi-finals, as the judges usually whittle down the long list even further after they've had a chance to reconsider their choices.
However, five lucky acts can be sure they'll be featuring in the live shows week as they were the Golden Buzzer picks this series.
Flakefleet Primary School's uplifting variety performance was chosen by David Walliams, while Amanda Holden went for teen band Chapter 13 who had met while appearing in West End musical School of Rock.
Alesha Dixon also chose a young star with singer Giorgia Borg, and Simon Cowell uncharacteristically went for comedian Kojo Anim.
Hosts Ant and Dec also get a Golden Buzzer vote, and they chose Akshat Singh, a teenage dancer from Mumbai.
How many other acts will be appearing in the live shows?
There is no official word yet on how many acts are contesting the four semi-finals, but last year's five live shows saw eight acts each night battle it out for the 11 places in the grand final.
How can I get tickets to the live shows?
If you want to be sitting behind Simon Cowell and co as they judge the acts in the finals, head over to Applause Store quickly.
The ticket site has just released the dates for the live shows at London’s Hammersmith Apollo, but they’re sure to get snapped up quickly.
All tickets are free, but the production company allot too many to each episode in case of no shows in the audience, and you’ll have to get there early on the day for a good seat as they’re allocate on a first come, first served basis.
Britain’s Got Talent’s live finals begin on Tuesday, May 28 on ITV.
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