The semi finals of Britain’s Got Talent are all over for 2012 and the big question is, who will win?
On Saturday night, all the winners of the semi finals will battle it out against each other to take home the grand prize of £500,000 and a spot at the 2012 Royal Variety show.
Who would you like to win?
Lets take a look at the line up:
Last nights final semi final was won by singer/songwriter Ryan O’Shaughnessy who has won praise for his songwriting abilities and his voice. Unaided by show theatrics and extra band music, he delivered music that was praised by the judges for its heartfelt message and simplicity.
The other act through last night was synchronised swimmers Aquabatique, who were saved by Simon, David and Amanda in the final stages tonight.
They both join the other semi final winners, Sunday’s Only Boys Aloud and Ashleigh and Pudsey, Monday’s Jonathan and Charlotte and Kai and Natalia, Tuesday’s Loveable Rogues and Molly Rainford and Wednesday’s Sam Kelly and Nu Sxool.
Ok so, Sam Kelly and Ryan O’Shaugnessy are kind of the thing. They both sing and sit or stand on stage with their guitars strumming out simple melodies accompanied with their voice.
They are joined in the singing category by choir Only Boys Aloud who are bound to get the the Welsh vote.
Jonathan and Charlotte bring operatic voices to the show and we’re hoping to see a belter of a song by them. Is it too late to request Time To Say Goodbye?
Molly Rainford brings the cutesy aspect to the show but we’re disappointed little Malachi isn’t there instead. Sorry Molly.
Finally, the Loveable Rogues. They are truly brilliant but have they been hindered by the revelation that they were headhunted for the show? Only time will tell, we hope not though.
Dancing wise we have the synchronised swimmers, the dancing duo, the dancing dog and the school kids. Out of the four we’re thinking the latter two will do better and if we had to pick, we’d have to go with the dancing dog. How cute is Pudsey? As a dog owner myself, I am in awe of Ashleigh’s bond with her dog and her training regime.
And of course, there is the all important wild card entry. Who will it be? Simon Cowell revealed that the wild card was chosen last night. He said last night on Britain’s Got More Talent, “I just had a feeling that we’d be in a position where we had a certain act that we thought deserved a place, and I like breaking the rules. We’re going to go upstairs after this and make a decision.”
I’d love to see a dog win Britain’s Got Talent, it’s about time don’t you think? We know Queenie as Alesha Dixon refers to her loves her dogs, and we think she’d really enjoy Pudsey!
The final of Britain’s Got Talent will air on Saturday at 7.30pm on ITV1 and ITV1 HD.
Who do you want to win? Let us know in the comments or tweet us.