War Hero Colin Thackery, 89, has climbed a place in the finals of Britain's Got Talent on Sunday, alongside comedian Kojo Anim, after warming up the nation's hearts during the Wednesday edition of the live shows.
The veteran left Simon Cowell, 59, Amanda Holden, 48, David Walliams, 47 and Alesha Dixon, 40, in awe and received the highest number of votes from the audience when he delivered a passionate medley in honor of his late wife Joan three years after her death.
Comedy Simon & # 39; s Golden Buzzer act Kojo, 42, defeated comedy wizard John Archer for a position in the final when he wanted to steer the crowd with his hilarious monologue.
Triumph: War Hero Colin Thackery, 89, has captured a spot in the finals of Britain's Got Talent on Sunday after warming up the hearts of the nation during the Wednesday edition of the live shows
Colin was a member of the Royal Artillery for 25 years and went to war two weeks after he married Joan in Korea.
After discovering that he was on to the final, the former member of the armed forces, who had lost part of his hearing after being attacked, shared: & # 39; I have a vague idea of what is happening! & # 39;
The finalist later told hosts Ant McPartlin and Declan Donnelly: & # 39; It is starting to sink. My four grandchildren, my son and my daughter are in the audience & # 39 ;.
Kojo, who vowed to establish himself as a solo artist after working with superstars such as Kevin Hart, jumped in delight when judges Simon, Amanda and Alesha sent him to the final.
Success: Comedy Simon & # 39; s Golden Buzzer act Kojo Anim, 42, defeated comedy wizard John Archer for a position in the final when he wanted to steer the crowd with his hilarious monologue
Too bad: John, 58 years old, enchanted the public by integrating hosts Ant McPartlin and Declan Donnelly into his performance, but was sent home after losing the British-Ghanaian law
Dedicated: Colin has served in the Royal Artillery for 25 years and went to Korea just two weeks after Joan married Joan to wage war
Sweet: The Chelsea Pensioner previously told The Mirror that his late wife & # 39; happy & # 39; would be to see him enter the stage. She died three years ago after more than 60 years of marriage (pictured together)
Happy: after he discovered he had gone to the final, the former member of the armed forces, who had lost some of his hearing after being attacked, shared: & I have a vague idea of what is happening ! & # 39;
& # 39; I have to go with my golden buzzer that is actually great & # 39 ;, explained music magnate Simon.
On the basis of Kojo and John, 58, TV presenter Amanda said: & # 39; I love old school comedy, but tonight I'm going with Kojo & # 39 ;, where Alesha agrees: & # 39; I love you both, but the act I want to see is Kojo & # 39 ;.
Although the Wild & # 39; N Out star was sent directly to the final, a curious dec-comedian asked David for an answer to who he would have chosen to go through, with the joke: & # 39; I wanted the girl from the Netherlands to come through! & # 39;
A challenging Kojo told the crowd: & I just want to say to the woman in the audience who raised me, my aunt Sandra, I love you so much. I'm ready for the final, let's get started!
He's in! Kojo, who vowed to establish himself as a solo artist after working with superstars such as Kevin Hart, gasped for joy when judges Simon, Amanda and Alesha sent him to the final
Listen! A challenging Kojo told the crowd: & I just want to say to the woman in the audience who raised me, my aunt Sandra, I love you so much. I'm ready for the final, let's get started!
On Tuesday, magicians 4MG delighted the judges by showing former fighters Stavros Flatley during their performance while they walked to the grand finale with comedian Siobhan Phillips.
Despite their successful stint, viewers were not satisfied to sit back and watch 4MG & # 39; s magic happen – by going to Twitter to expose the methods behind the tricks.
The group – consisting of James, 19, Harry, 18, Theo and Josh, both 17 left the judges gobramacked when they gave each judge a task and predicted the outcome during the live show.
Girl power: Dutch magic group Angels Inc. pulled out all the stops when they opened the show with a bang
Powerhouse: Singer Rob King showed his vocal skills as he passionately hit a song on stage, complete with drummers and a fire background
Impressive: the KNE dance group showed their beautiful footwork as they entered the stage in all black ensembles
Nail biting: Gomonov Knife Show kept judges and the audience on the edge of their seats while reinforcing the danger factor with fire
David had to come up with a five-letter word, while Amanda and Alesha had to randomly choose a three-word card from a suit.
Simon had to choose a numbered ball – and chose the number seven. This corresponded to a list written on one of the magician's phones, on which 100 previous BGT acts were written – number seven is Stavros Flatley.
It was then revealed that the cards that Amanda and Alesha chose played Stavros Flatley – and that the 2009 act was also waiting behind the scenes.
But fans of the show claimed that the magicians had stored a number of different lists on their phones, with Stavros Flatley easily mentioned on the number Simon picked from the bowl.
Rock on! Amanda Holden & # 39; s Golden Buzzer Chapter 13 impressed the jury members when they stormed the stage with an original song
After their performance a member of 4MG gushed: & You have to follow your dreams, anything can happen! I fell on the floor for 3,000 people, it was great. & # 39;
Participating in the acts are Flakefleet Primary School choir and Dave and Finn, who were forwarded to the final on the Monday edition of the talent show.
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.
Return: On Tuesday, magicians 4MG celebrated Britain & # 39; s Got Talent judges satisfied by showing former contestants Stavros Flatley during their act while continuing to the grand finale
Passionate: the group consisting of James, 19, Harry, 18, Theo and Josh, both 17, join comedian Siobhan Phillips in the final
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.
Britain & # 39; s Got Talent continues on Thursday at 7.30 p.m.
Impact! Psychic Dog Act led by policeman Dave, 42, and his smart puppy Finn, wowed the crowd and won first place in the final on Monday
High tone: the choir of the Primary School in Flakefleet, led by head teacher Dave McPartlin, has also reached a place in the final
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