Britain's Got Talent 2022 LIVE: BGT to REVEAL semi-final contestants during auditions TONIGHT; plus time & how to watch

BRITAIN'S Got Talent will hold one final audition tonight before announcing who will make it through to next week's live semi-finals.

Hopefuls will be trying to wow the judges and win a place in the final of Britain's Got Talent.

And tonight's episode of the ITV show will see Attraction Juniors take to the stage to try and impress Simon Cowell, Amanda Holden, Alesha Dixon and David Walliams.

Lucky champions of BGT not only win fame and a contract with Simon Cowell but a massive cash prize of £250,000.

Episodes will be available on the ITV Hub after each episode has aired.

BGT returns tonight at 8pm on ITV.

Read our Brtiain's Got Talent live blog below for the latest real-time updates…

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    More on the judges

    Simon Cowell – The judge everybody loves to hate, Simon Cowell, has made a comeback for this series of Britain’s Got Talent.
    As Simon Cowell’s production company SyCo is the team behind the show, it was guaranteed that Simon would be back.

    Amanda Holden – To the delight of viewers, the star will grace our screens every Saturday night for another series.
    Amanda Holden has been a firm fixture on the show since the first series and has become a household name.

    Alesha Dixon – Alesha Dixon is back to judging the new series of Britain’s Got Talent.
    She joined the panel back in 2012 and quickly became a fan favourite.

    David Walliams – Funnyman David Walliams is back as the final judge of the series.
    The actor and comedian is known for his camp humour and for annoying Simon Cowell.

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    Paralysed BGT star Jonathan Goodwin shares inspiring message

    BRITAIN’S Got Talent star Jonathan Goodwin shared a new wheelchair picture and an inspiring message about “things going wrong”.

    The escapologist, 42, is paralysed for life after a dangerous stunt went wrong.

    Jonathan was performing a stunt on America’s Got Talent: Extreme where he attempted to escape from a straight jacket while being hung upside down 30 feet in the air in between two suspended cars.

    But the brave star today took a mirror selfie from his chair and wrote an inspirational message to fan.

    Posting the snap he said: “Take a breath and make a new plan.”

    Jonathan then wrote: “When things go wrong, try not to panic.

    “Take a minute, take a breath, and try to work out how to move forward.

    “I’m not saying things can never be really bad, but sometimes it’s just that things aren’t fitting the plan we had in our head.”

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    BGT viewers call for ban on acts involving children

    Last weekend's show had a slew of impressive acts, including nine-year-old Ryland, who performed a draw-dropping magic show, receiving yeses from the judges.

    However, some viewers feel it is wrong to have children perform on the show.

    One viewer said: “There are way too many kids on #BritainsGotTalent this year, they should have their own series and leave this to the adults. #BGT.”

    Perhaps these complaints could lead to a spin-off show!

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    Diversity set to return to BGT

    Good news everyone.

    The award-winning group intends to return to the BGT stage in June’s series finale. 

    Jordan Banjo, 29, said: “We certainly hope to be back performing on BGT this year.”

    It would mark a return to the show that made Diversity famous when they beat Susan Boyle in the 2009 series’ final. 

    Since then the group, which is led by Jordan’s brother Ashley, 33, have starred on everything from Dancing on Ice to The Real Full Monty. 

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    Alesha Dixon’s golden moment with young dancer Skylar Blu

    Dixon also had her Golden Moment during the programme when she went to surprise seven-year-old Skylar Blu at her dance studio to invite her to audition at the London Palladium.

    The young dancer delivered an emotive contemporary routine to Footprints In The Sand by Leona Lewis which saw her perform pirouettes and split leaps.

    Dixon said: “It is such a big deal at seven years old performing on this huge stage in front of all of these people.

    “I can’t imagine how you’re feeling but you did so well. You’re so talented.

    “And I just can’t wait to see what happens with you in your future. So I’m really happy for you Skylar.”

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    Declan Donnelly forced to leave stage as act ‘makes him throw up’

    The 46-year-old TV legend looked like he was going to throw up during a hilarious pole-dancing performance from David Walliams.

    This clip, which ends with Walliams confidently stating: “There we go”. Left fans in stitches as it was shared on social media.

    Meanwhile, Ant and Dec were left impressed, captioning the video: “It’s a no from us 🤢😂.”

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    BGT denies recycling contestants

    BRITAIN’S Got Talent bosses have denied allegations the show is ‘recycling’ contestants from other shows – including old BGT episodes.

    An investigation by The Sun found that of the sixty acts whose auditions have been screened on ITV this year.

    A BGT spokesman said: “All acts enter the competition with the hope of elevating their career to the highest level and help to reach massive new audiences which Britain’s Got Talent brings in”.

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    Love Island fans all say the same thing as first look at new series airs during Britain’s Got Talent

    LOVE Island fans were beside themselves as the first look at the upcoming season aired during last week’s Britain’s Got Talent.

    The dating show phenomenon will start again next month and the unexpected teaser delighted fans.

    It showed claymation scene featuring a person swimming in the pool doing ‘salmon dives’.

    The teaser also paid homage to Millie Court’s iconic moment last season when she played the keyboard and instantly became a meme.

    Declaring “Love we own it”, the teaser also played the series’ recognisable cutaway music, to the delight of fans watching at home.

    “Love Island must be back we all know that tune,” tweeted one person.

    Another added: “Just seen the first advert that love island is coming back soon…. And I’m absolutely here for it.”

    “Just heard that magical noise of summer…”

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    More on the judges

    Simon Cowell – The judge everybody loves to hate, Simon Cowell, has made a comeback for this series of Britain’s Got Talent.
    As Simon Cowell’s production company SyCo is the team behind the show, it was guaranteed that Simon would be back.

    Amanda Holden – To the delight of viewers, the star will grace our screens every Saturday night for another series.
    Amanda Holden has been a firm fixture on the show since the first series and has become a household name.

    Alesha Dixon – Alesha Dixon is back to judging the new series of Britain’s Got Talent.
    She joined the panel back in 2012 and quickly became a fan favourite.

    David Walliams – Funnyman David Walliams is back as the final judge of the series.
    The actor and comedian is known for his camp humour and for annoying Simon Cowell.

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    Explained: Who are the past BGT winners?

    BRITAIN’S Got Talent is back for a fifteenth series, with competitors across the country battling to become the 2022 champ.

    Here are some of the past winners:

    • Paul Potts – 2007
    • George Sampson – 2008
    • Diversity – 2009
    • Spelbound – 2010
    • Jai McDowell – 2011
    • Ashleigh and Pudsey – 2012
    • Attraction – 2013
    • Collabro – 2014
    • Jules O’Dwyer & Matisse – 2015
    • Richard Jones – 2016
    • Tokio Myers – 2017
    • Lost Voice Guy – 2018
    • Colin Thackery – 2019
    • Jon Courtenay – 2020

    Read more about the acts here.

    BGT episodes are available on ITV Hub

    Episodes will be available on the ITV Hub after each episode has aired.

    As always the BGT champion will walk away with a huge cash prize of £250,000 and spot on bill of the Royal Variety Performance.

    The reigning champ from 2020 is comedy singer Jon Courtenay.

    Of course, Geordie comedy duo Ant and Dec will host the talent competition once again.

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