Here's who's in the third Britain's Got Talent 2017 semi-final
Britain’s Got Talent’s latest semi-final brings us Tokio Myers, Sarah Ikumu and a singing robot (Picture: Rex Shutterstock/PA)
We now know four of the 2017 Britain’s Got Talent finalists – but we’re not done with the semi-finals just yet.
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Wednesday night will see the third lot of acts take to the stage in their bid to win one of those coveted spots in Sunday’s grand final, and join Kyle Tomlinson, DNA, Issy Simpson and Matt Edwards in their bid for that spot at the Royal Variety Performance.
So far there’s a whole lot of magic in the semi-final – but will any more illusionists be joining their ranks on Wednesday night, or will it be the turn of music, dance or comedy to make it through?
Here’s who’ll be competing – complete with a brief reminder of how they got there in the first place…

David Geaney

The 22-year-old Irishman combined fancy footwork with technology in the final auditions show of the series to deliver a dance act with a difference. Could he be the first dancer to make it to this year’s final?

Jay Wynn

Aka the support worker whose act involves singing while dressed in a giant robot costume (as you do). Simon Cowell wasn’t remotely impressed by his robotic rendition of A-ha’s Take On Me in the original auditions show, but everybody else seemed to approve (including us).

Josephine Lee

The latest hopeful in this magic-heavy year is 30-year-old Josephine, the illusionist whose sleight of hand in her original audition left everybody asking whether or not she has a twin (she doesn’t). Is there room for one more magician in the final? You never know.

London School Of Bollywood

Simon was sceptical about this bunch when they took to the stage earlier in the series – having seen a lot of Bollywood dance troupes before – but they had a surprise in store. Will it be enough to win them a final place?

Martin and Faye

The father-daughter singing duo are set to bring their operatic talents to the stage once more, after scoring four yeses from the judges – despite that tense moment when Simon suggested 10-year-old Faye might work better as a solo performer. We think they’re pretty darned awesome just as they are.

Ned Woodman

Eight-year-old comedian Ned got proceedings off to a flying start with the very first audition of the series – in which he strode onstage and quipped: ‘Why are people so excited about that talking dog on Britain’s Got Talent? Amanda Holden’s been on it for years!’ The question is – will he have the judges in his sights this time (and can he possibly get any more barbed?)

Sarah Ikumu

Simon’s Golden Buzzer act – 15-year-old Sarah Ikumu – gets her moment in the semi-final spotlight tonight, after wowing everybody with her powerhouse performance of And I Am Telling You I Am Not Going in the first auditions show of the series. We can’t wait to see what she’s got planned this time.

Tokio Myers

Tonight’s line-up is completed by the pianist who delivered a unique spin on Debussy’s Clair de Lune and Ed Sheeran’s Bloodstream during the auditions – and won himself a standing ovation for his efforts (not to mention a stack of tweets from viewers complaining that he didn’t get a Golden Buzzer). Can he and his piano make it all the way to Sunday night?
Britain’s Got Talent’s third semi-final kicks off on ITV at 7.30pm, with the results show at 9.30pm.