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'Britain's Got Talent' Results: Beau Dermott And Balance Win Places In The Final

There's only one semi final now left to go...

25/05/2016 22:07 | Updated 26 May 2016

Beau Dermott and Balance have become the latest two acts to win a place in the ‘Britain’s Got Talent‘ final. 

Both hopefuls came out on top following Wednesday (25 May) night’s semi final, which also saw Bespoke Candi, Bollywest Fusion, Christian Lee, The Collaborative Orchestra & Singers, Danny Beard, Tumar KR and Vox Fortura perform in the hope of getting one step closer to winning a spot to the Royal Variety Performance and a £100,000 cash prize. 

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Beau Dermott won Wednesday's 'Britain's Got Talent' semi final

12-year-old singer Beau, who was Amanda Holden's Golden Buzzer act, was the winner of the public vote, going straight through to Saturday night’s grand finale, after her stunning rendition of 'Someone Like You' from the musical 'Jekyll And Hyde'.

Judges Amanda, Simon Cowell, Alesha Dixon and David Walliams were then left to choose between dance act Balance and contortionists Tumar KR. 

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Dance act Balance also made it to the final

Balance came out on top after David, Alesha and Amanda all opted to give him a place in the final, with Simon then revealing he would have voted the same way. 

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Tumar KR narrowly missed out in the judges' vote

Beau and Balance will join 100 Voices Of Gospel, Mel & Jamie, Wayne Woodward, Alexandr Magala, Richard Jones and Boogie Storm in Saturday's finale, with the final two acts, plus one wildcard, yet to be decided. 

Thursday night’s live show will see Ana & Fia Almanda, Chloe Fenton, Craig Ball, The Deep Space Deviants, Little Squad Royalz, Jasmine Elcock, The Presentation School Choir, Tongi Brothers and Trip Hazard take to the stage in the last of the semi finals. 

‘Britain’s Got Talent’ continues tomorrow at 7.30pm and 9.30pm on ITV. 

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