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Britain's Got Talent: Who made it to the semi-finals? - Full list

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Hurrah! The Britain's Got Talent auditions have finished, the live shows begin tomorrow, and we have our semi-finalists. It was all revealed tonight in a typically grand fashion, but you'd be forgiven for missing who actually made it through in amidst all the crying and hugging. Never fear, though, for Digital Spy is here to rescue you with a full list of the BGT semi-finalists...

The Britain's Got Talent 2014 semifinalists

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The Golden Buzzer Semi-Finalists

Bars and Melody: 13-year-old rapper Leondre and 15-year-old singer Charlie won Simon Cowell's Golden Buzzer after their version of 'Hopeful'.
Christian Spridon: 35-year-old Christian from Romania won David's Golden Buzzer after his performance of 'Sex Bomb' - but the other judges had already buzzed him off, and Simon was aghast.

Bars and Melody

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Paddy and Nico: 79-year-old Paddy wowed the judges with her energetic salsa with 39-year-old Nico, and won Amanda's Golden Buzzer.
REAformed: The girl band - aged between 15-21 - performed 'I Got The Music In Me' during their audition and grabbed Alesha's Golden Buzzer as she saw the comparisons between them and Mis-Teeq.
Toju: Comedian and impressionist Toju - who wowed everyone with his Cilla Black impersonation - got the judges on their feet and Ant & Dec pushing their Golden Buzzer.

The Other Semi-Finalists

Allan Turner-Ward: The 37-year-old DJ from Bournemouth - who got three of the judges dancing to his 'Pose' song - got a no from Simon but still made it through to the semi-finals.
Andrew Derbyshire: Andrew, a 31-year-old who previously auditioned for Pop Idol, got four yeses from the judges after his performance of 'Somebody Else's Guy'.

Andrew Derbyshire

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Bailey McConnell: 14-year-old Bailey performed his original song 'Dying Hole' - about his experiences of bullying - during his audition.
BoldDog FMX Team: The motocross display team from across the UK terrified the judges with their death-defying stunts.
Brian Chan: Brian, 25, performed an unusual 'live art performance', which won over three of the judges... even if Simon Cowell called it "crap".
Cartel: Simon was a big meanie when he suggested 27-year-old Jamie should leave the group, but the rest of the judges liked the dance troupe as it was and they made it through.
Collabro: Collabro's performance of 'Bring Him Home' was enough to convince all four judges to send them through.
CountryVive: The 18 line dancers in CountryVive - who hail from all over the UK - got the judges up on their feet with their attempt to make line dancing more modern.

Britain's Got Talent; Crazy Rouge

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Crazy Rouge: Burlesque dancers Crazy Rouge performed to 'Feeling Good' and Simon was left impressed that it was "very Vegas".
Darcy Oake: The 26-year-old Canadian magician left the judges - and the viewers - open mouthed with his sleight of hand act which saw doves becoming more doves and a woman and a bird cage appearing as if from nowhere.
Ed Drewett: 25-year-old songwriter Ed - who has penned tracks for One Direction and The Wanted - took a step towards finding fame himself with his performance of his original song 'Blink'.
Ellis Chick: Simon was worried that 12-year-old Ellis was already picking up bad habits, but he still put him through after his performance of 'You Make Me Feel So Young' (while David thought he was a little version of him).

Britain's Got Talent; Eva Iglesias

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Eva Iglesias: Eva, who opened up about her recent heartbreak after her audition, blew the judges and audience away with her rendition of 'Natural Woman'.
Henrietta Adewole: Henrietta, an 18-year-old from Essex, won over the judges with her own take on 'Let Her Go'.
Innova Irish Dance Company: The troupe - ranging in ages from 14 to 23 - performed to a variety of current pop hits and won four yeses for their efforts.
Jack Pack: Swing man band Alfie, Adam, Andrew and Sean won over the judges with their take on 'That's Life'.
James Smith: 14-year-old Jamie played the guitar and sang 'Feeling Good', prompting Simon to call the audition one of his favourites so far (while Alesha called him "industry ready").

Britain's Got Talent; Jenson Zhu

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Jenson Zhu: Jenson, 37, might not have won over Simon with his unusual impressions - from the Bee Gees to The Godfather - but the other judges were all for him.
Jodi Bird: Simon stopped 15-year-old Jodi in the middle of 'Don't Rain On My Parade' because he doesn't like the song... but her renewed determination when he let her start again won him over and she got four yeses.
Jon Clegg: 43-year-old impressionist Jon - whose father had previously appeared on New Faces - impressed the judges with his impersonations of everyone from Marge Simpson to Simon Cowell himself.
Kieran & Sarah: Simon wasn't convinced that Kieran & Sarah have star power, but the boyfriend-girlfriend duo got a yes from him anyway - even after performing a song he hates, 'Love Changes Everything'.
Kieran Lai: Body popper Kieran, 17, wowed the judges and the audience with his 'Tin Man' routine, which David described as "faultless".

Kings and Queens

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Kings and Queens: The Latin dancing group - including former BGT star Kai Widdrington - won four yeses with their unusual choreography.
Kitty and Rosie: Mother and daughter duo Kitty & Rosie won four yeses after their performance... even though Simon wasn't sure that Rosie, 48, should be involved.
Kony Puppets: 32-year-old puppeteer Kony, from Poland, surprised everyone with his innovative models - which performed Beyoncé classics like you've never seen them before.
La Voix and the London Gay Big Band: Drag act La Voix and her band grabbed yeses from all of the judges who were there - Simon was away. Amanda described her as "perfect for Great Britain and the Queen".
Lauren and Terrell: 12-year-olds Lauren and Terrell, best friends from Essex, won four yeses with their fun, energetic, modern dance routine.

Britain's Got Talent act Lettice Rowbotham

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Lettice Rowbotham: 24-year-old musician Lettice surprised the panel when she performed a variety of modern songs on her electric violin - and the judges loved her bubbly personality, too.
Light Balance: Ukrainian group Light Balance stunned the audience with their unusual electronic dance act, and won four yeses as David said he "could see it all over again instantly".
Lucy Kay: 24-year-old Lucy, who opened up about her experiences of being bullied, blew away the judges with her operatic performance.
Micky Dumoulin: 26-year-old Micky, who reminded Simon of Olly Murs, grabbed his place in the semi-final with his performance of 'Bring Him Home'.
Mini Moves: Big-haired dancers Mini Moves - aged 11-12 - strutted their stuff to Little Mix's 'Move', and will now be in the live shows despite an initial no from Simon.

Mini Moves audition for Britain's Got Talent

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Patsy May: Flirty, American puppet Patsy May won over the judges with her coquettish singing of 'Dream A Little Dream' and flirtatious banter.
Pete Loaf and Elaine: 52-year-old Scottish Meat Loaf tribute act Pete Loaf and his co-star Elaine won their place in the live shows with an exuberant performance of 'I Would Do Anything For Love (But I Won't Do That)'.
Pyroterra: The Czech fire performers stunned the audience with their flame-filled spectacular and won four yeses from the judges.
Ricky K: Musical comedy mime act Ricky K, 33, gave us a routine about romance in a nightclub and even got Simon Cowell laughing out loud.
Sam Jones: Ventriloquist Sam wowed the judges when he got his puppet doing an impression of his own voice.
SweetChix: Essex girl band Sweetchix, aged 14-15, got Simon excited about their potential after their rendition of 'She Said' (with a bit of 'Back To Black' thrown in.)
The Addict Initiative: This dance troupe from Leicester creeped us out with their routine, but Simon obviously loved it and described it as "refreshingly evil".
Yanis Marshall, Arnaud & Mehdi: This Parisian trio got everyone bopping along when they danced in high heels to a variety of Spice Girls classics.

What do you think of the semi-finalists? Who is your favourite? Who do you wish had got through? Let us know below!

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