22.03 Well that's it then ladies and gents...our lineup for the final is complete. We're heading over to ITV2 for More Talent just in case Imogen Thomas drops a super-injunction bombshell. Thanks for following us and we hope to see you for tomorrow's big event. Let us know who you're supporting below!
21.59 Cowell, after much foot stomping and hissy fits about getting both Pip and Michael in the final, eventually votes for Michael. Amanda and Mr McIntyre follow suit, which means that Pip & Puppy are out as well. I'm sure we'll see some proper howling from them tonight now.
21.53 We're feeling pretty smug right about now. Razy Gogonea topped the public vote, while Michael Collings and Pip & Puppy finish in the top three. Who will be joining him in the final?
21.51 The acts are back out. It's decision time. 'Popeye' whatshisface knows he's doomed....
21.48 Lil' Aston takes time out from declaring his love for the cheering crowd to plug the 3D JLS movie, out today. Ant declares their Diversity team-up to be the best performance ever seen on Britain's Got Talent. Well it's no 'Mexican Mayhem', but it was still pretty good.
21.44 JLS, lovingly described as "four players" and dressed for a picnic at Lady GaGa's house, wander in to perform 'Eyes Wide Shut' and 'Everybody In Love', before engaging Diversity in some kind of dance-off. The winners? Us.
21.41 Prepare to swoon girls... it's a double act of JLS and Diversity. Apparently Diversity are trapped inside a computer game, that woman from your sat nav explains. We're not sure how that happened, but what we do know is these boys can dance.
21.38 Yep, there's the obligatory recap of the acts. Our personal prediction - Michael Collings, Razy Gogonea and a surprise showing for Pip & Puppy in the top three. Thoughts?
21.36 Cowell says that the semi was his favourite one "by a mile" and Holden praises tonight's "brilliantly strong contenders". Maybe so, but all anyone will remember is 'Popeye'. FACT.
21.33 Blimey, recovered from Corrie yet? As shocking as Mr Stape's sudden disappearance was, I'm sure there's every chance of an even bigger surprise tonight given how the others semis have gone. Who will go through?
21.02 We're going to take a little break while John Stape gets up to some naughties on Coronation Street, but there's a performance by JLS and BGT favourites Diversity to look forward to at 21.30 so hurry back! And in the meantime let us know who you think will make the final (clue, it won't be 'Popeye').
20.57 It's Razy's birthday! Many happy returns young man! Let's hope he gets a birthday present to remember with one of those two spots in the final. Oh, and will someone snap one of those sparklers off Marawa's hoops for Razy's cake?
20.53 Amanda states that Razy is her favourite act of the night. Agreed? Simon Cowell declares him winner of the dance-off with Michael Moral, which I guess makes hauling him all the way over from France slightly pointless.
20.45 Cowell compares Collings to none other than Adele and praises the Plymouth-born singer for refusing to be tempted by attention-grabbing "gimmicks". Right, 'cos we all know that Cowell hates gimmicks. Meanwhile, the Hoff wins our 'judge of the night' award for stating that everyone prior to Collings, well...sucked.
20.38 A pretty impressive dance routine coupled with a bizarre ending reminiscent of Friday night outside 'Spoons makes for a lukewarm judges' reaction. Cowell and Holden dust off their GCSE French with disastrous results and Moral ends his spot by thanking Simon for his second chance. It's a beautiful thing.
20.32 That's it judges, look at your feet. You deemed this man to be one of the 40 most talented people in Britain. Only Cowell manages to come away with any credibility as he was of course absent, but he kind of ruins it by continuously talking about wanting to see more "bulging". No comment.
20.29 Oh goodness, that's just what this act needs to make it more credible…Jedward. Hilariously, everyone except Hoff hits their buzzer at the exact moment the Irish twins come on. Popeye is finally put out of his misery after Mr Baywatch finally gets fed up of the scantily clad backing dancers.
20.21 Cowell takes the opportunity to completely disagree with Amanda and make some little children cry with what Ant & Dec quickly make sure are "happy tears". After all, they don't want another Jessica Hobson on their hands.
20.19 Buddy the dog must be livid that his thunder is being stolen by this adorable, touching display right now. Everyone's obviously a bit disappointed that it's the same song from their audition....Holden's the only one brave enough to say it though. Cue boos.
20.14 Nasty, nasty Cowell. Not content with buzzing Mr & Mrs, he's also forced poor Josie to state her age before an audience of millions. His point that the two of them should not be singing 'Teenage Dream' is valid, but he should know better than to argue with a woman who's almost certainly won every row in the last 12 years of marriage. Anyway, the rest of the panel love it and Ant & Dec take the mickey out of Michael's hair to defuse the situation before Josie gets her frying pan out.
20.03 Oh, and Cowell admits that he was "almost losing the will to live" during yesterday's semi-final. You should try live blogging it, mate.
20.02 Right, get lost adverts! It's time for glow in the dark dance act 'The Celtic Colleens'. Who'd have thought a bunch of blue thighs could be so impressive? The Hoff thinks that they're in the final, while the words "perfect" and "sensational" are being banded about by the panel. Top three, surely?
19.56 Poor Pip has been reduced to tears by Buddy's yapping, bless her. Cowell describes them as "the most talented double act in the world", which coming from the man behind Zig & Zag's music career is one heck of a statement. Everyone on the panel seems to have been won over, including Amanda, who says that strapping the act into a harness allowed them to "reach new heights this evening". Oi, Holden, leave the bad puns to the professionals alright?
19.41 Well it seems Marawa has won over the judges. Cowell calls it the best hula hooping he's ever seen, prompting 10-year-old girls all across the country to burst into tears. She's also achieved the impressive feat of distracting Amanda from shirtless men, so maybe she's in with a chance after all. Could Marawa be tonight's big surprise?
19.36: Ooh blimey, the judges are only just out and it's gotten heavy already. Simon Cowell's commented on the "deliberate smear campaign" against Ronan Parke, insisting that rumours of his previous professional relationship with the 12-year-old are "complete and utter lies." Keep it fluffy Simon, keep it fluffy.
19.30: Hello, hello guys and gals, it's time for our last Britain's Got Talent semi-final. It may not have been a golden week, but last night's shocking-ish twist means that the dance-off between Razy Gogonea and the reinstated Michael Moral will at least give a little extra spice to proceedings. But there's also Antonio 'Popeye' Francis so, we'll see…
Britain's Got Talent's last semi-final starts at 7.30pm tonight.
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