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Impact! Psychic Dog Act led by police officer Dave, 42, and his smart puppy Finn, wowed the crowd and won first place in the BGT final

Police officer Dave and his police dog Finn and Flakefleet Primary School choir have reached the finals of Britain & # 39; s Got Talent.

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The act that received the most votes from the audience after the evenings of Monday live at the Hammersmith Apollo in London was Dave and his paranormal puppy, Finn.

The judges selected the choir from the Flakefleet Primary School about the haunting horror act The Haunting to get a place in the final when it came to Simon Cowell, 59, Amanda Holden, 48, David Walliams, 47, and Alesha Dixon, 40, to select the next act, go through.

Impact! Psychic Dog Act led by police officer Dave, 42, and his smart puppy Finn, wowed the crowd and won first place in the BGT final

Impact! Psychic Dog Act led by police officer Dave, 42, and his smart puppy Finn, wowed the crowd and won first place in the BGT final

High note: Flakefleet Primary School choir, ages 3-11, led by head teacher Dave McPartlin were chosen by the BGT Judges to win a place in the final

High note: Flakefleet Primary School choir, ages 3-11, led by head teacher Dave McPartlin were chosen by the BGT Judges to win a place in the final

High note: Flakefleet Primary School choir, ages 3-11, led by head teacher Dave McPartlin were chosen by the BGT Judges to win a place in the final

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Both acts will now participate in the final show of the series after the other finalists are revealed in the following week of live shows.

When he told Ant and Dec about reaching the final, Dave said to Finn: & it's about more than me, it's these guys. & # 39;

Lead teacher Dave McPartlin, who is the leader of the Flakefleet choir, also shows their happiness at the news he was in the fina, told the Geordie presenters: & Woo, thank you, it's incredible – we have show the children if you go for it, you don't know what can happen. & # 39;

Monday's show saw eight acts competing for a place in the final.

Final decision: Simon Cowell, Amanda Holden, David Walliams and Alesha Dixon had the final say in which second act came through well

Final decision: Simon Cowell, Amanda Holden, David Walliams and Alesha Dixon had the final say in which second act came through well

Final decision: Simon Cowell, Amanda Holden, David Walliams and Alesha Dixon had the final say in which second act came through well

Move it! Dancer Akshat Singh, 14, from Mumbai did not reach the final - despite the fact that he had won a Golden Buzzer after his first audition

Move it! Dancer Akshat Singh, 14, from Mumbai did not reach the final - despite the fact that he had won a Golden Buzzer after his first audition

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Move it! Dancer Akshat Singh, 14, from Mumbai did not reach the final – despite the fact that he had won a Golden Buzzer after his first audition

Curtain call: Dancing Troupe Khronos Girls who brought girl power to the stage with their dance drenched with a special meaning about social media, were sent home

Curtain call: Dancing Troupe Khronos Girls who brought girl power to the stage with their dance drenched with a special meaning about social media, were sent home

Curtain call: Dancing Troupe Khronos Girls who brought girl power to the stage with their dance drenched with a special meaning about social media, were sent home

Skating: Acrobatic Roller Skating Duo Rosie and Adam performed in metallic outfits while roaming the stage and performing challenging lifts, but it wasn't enough to continue

Skating: Acrobatic Roller Skating Duo Rosie and Adam performed in metallic outfits while roaming the stage and performing challenging lifts, but it wasn't enough to continue

Skating: Acrobatic Roller Skating Duo Rosie and Adam performed in metallic outfits while roaming the stage and performing challenging lifts, but it wasn't enough to continue

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The acrobatic roller skating duo Rosie, 21 and Adam, 28, leaving behind the creepy magical act The Haunting made by wizard Elizabeth, dance group Khronos Girls, comic impressionist Tony Rudd, 58, singer Brian Gilligan, 32 and Akshat Singh, leave the show. , 14.

Prior to this evening's show there were 40 acts competing in the semi-final and now there are 32.

Vanishing act: The Haunting, led by wizard Elizabeth, sent her in disgust at the backbone of the audience, but will not be in the final after she came third.

Vanishing act: The Haunting, led by wizard Elizabeth, sent her in disgust at the backbone of the audience, but will not be in the final after she came third.

Vanishing act: The Haunting, led by wizard Elizabeth, sent her in disgust at the backbone of the audience, but will not be in the final after she came third.

Competitors hope to impress the judges and the audience to win a huge £ 250,000 and a place to take the stage at the Royal Variety Performance.

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Britain & # 39; s Got Talent fans will see that eight finalists enter the stage during the live BGT semi-finals every evening.

Following the acts the audience performs will then be able to vote for their favorite.

Only two acts will be able to make it to the British Great Britain & # 39; s Got Talent grand finale on June 2 every night.

The first 2019 live show of Britain & # 39; s Got Talent began enormously when Judge Alesha Dixon confirmed that she was expecting her second child with her husband Azuka Ononye.

Funnyman: Comic impressionist Tony Rudd, 58, was a ton of laughs, but his BGT journey ended

Funnyman: Comic impressionist Tony Rudd, 58, was a ton of laughs, but his BGT journey ended

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Funnyman: Comic impressionist Tony Rudd, 58, was a ton of laughs, but his BGT journey ended

Going home: singer Brian Gilligan, 32, sang a rendition of Without You, but couldn't get further in the competition

Going home: singer Brian Gilligan, 32, sang a rendition of Without You, but couldn't get further in the competition

Going home: singer Brian Gilligan, 32, sang a rendition of Without You, but couldn't get further in the competition

The singer and presenter broke the news as they appeared on Monday's Britain & # 39; s Got Talent.

During the first live show of the current series on stage, Alesha [40] showed her prominent baby hump in a close-fitting mini-dress with a striking golden fringe.

The unveiling was preceded by hosts Ant McPartlin and Declan Donnelly, who referred to her pregnancy in an opening scute by Morcambe and Wise.

Happy news: Britain & # 39; s Got Talent & # 39; s first live show of 2019 started enormously when Judge Alesha Dixon confirmed that she was expecting her second child

Happy news: Britain & # 39; s Got Talent & # 39; s first live show of 2019 started enormously when Judge Alesha Dixon confirmed that she was expecting her second child

Happy news: Britain & # 39; s Got Talent & # 39; s first live show of 2019 started enormously when Judge Alesha Dixon confirmed that she was expecting her second child

Alesha later admitted that she was ecstatic to expect her second child at Ononye, ​​six years after the arrival of daughter Azura.

& # 39; It's a wonderful place to celebrate, & # 39; she said, gesturing to the audience that gathered in the hall among the crowds.

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Britain & # 39; s Got Talent continues on Tuesday at 7:30 PM and the results show it is at 9:00 PM.

Planned: the unveiling was anticipated by hosts Ant McPartlin and Declan Donnelly, who referred to her pregnancy in a Morcambe and Wise style

Planned: the unveiling was anticipated by hosts Ant McPartlin and Declan Donnelly, who referred to her pregnancy in a Morcambe and Wise style

Planned: the unveiling was anticipated by hosts Ant McPartlin and Declan Donnelly, who referred to her pregnancy in a Morcambe and Wise style

Ongoing: Britain & # 39; s Got Talent continues on Tuesday at 7:30 PM and the results show it is at 9:00 PM

Ongoing: Britain & # 39; s Got Talent continues on Tuesday at 7:30 PM and the results show it is at 9:00 PM

Ongoing: Britain & # 39; s Got Talent continues on Tuesday at 7:30 PM and the results show it is at 9:00 PM

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