Calum Scott and Danny Posthill are the final two acts through to the ‘Britain’s Got Talent’ final, which will take place on Sunday evening.
They were both put through to the next round in Friday night's episode, but there's actually TWO more joining them, as the judges and viewers will get to pick wildcard entries.
Simon Cowell's godlen buzzer act Calum made it through after receiving the highest amount of public votes and he'll now be up against acts including Entity Allstars, dance light act UDI and singer Isaac Waddington in the final.
It was then between impressionist Danny Posthill and badass child of the century Jesse-Jane McPartland.
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David Walliams voted to put comedian Danny through, while Alesha Dixon then opted for Danny too, after stating that both acts "completely deserve to be in the final".
Amanda Holden then chose Jesse, leaving the final vote with Simon Cowell, who gave the decision back to the public by going for Jesse.
It was then up to Ant and Dec to reveal that Danny had scooped the most votes, meaning Jesse was out of the competition.
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Peter Lambert, magician Chloe Louise Crawford, the Disney-singing group Misstasia, dancers Beat Brothers, Emma Jones were among the acts that performed but didn't make it to the final, and dancer Jonathan Lutwyche narrowly missed out on a place in the top three.
Dancing dads Old Men Grooving, family band The Neales are also in the running for the ‘BGT’ champion title - and a spot on the Royal Variety Show stage, along with welsh choir Cor Glanaethwy.
The wildcard act will be announced at the start of Sunday's final, and viewers have until Sunday to vote and choose one of the acts who finished third in any of the last five shows, for the 12th spot in Sunday's show.
See all of the contestants who will perform again on Sunday below...