Britain’s Got Talent 2019 airs at 8pm tonight (Saturday, May 11) on ITV. The instalment will air from 8pm until 9:15pm followed by Bradley Walsh’s Late Night Guest List. Britain’s Got Talent will be available to watch on ITV or online via the ITV Hub. The previous five audition rounds are also available to watch online now.

Are the Britain’s Got Talent auditions 2019 over?

No, the auditions stage is not over in Britain’s Got Talent 2019.

Tonight’s episode is the sixth round of auditions and will see acts such try to impress the judges with their talents to move one step closer being crowned the winner.

The winning act of Britain’s Got Talent will receive £250,000 and will perform at the Royal Variety Performance 2020.

Next week (Saturday, May 18) will be the final round of auditions in Britain’s Got Talent 2019.

This means there are seven audition rounds overall in Britain’s Got Talent 2019.


When do the Britain’s Got Talent live shows 2019 start?

The Britain’s Got Talent live shows begin on Monday, May 20.

ITV has not yet confirmed the start time for the BGT live shows.

The semi-finals will air every night that week with the final taking place on Sunday (May, 26).

Each semi-final will see eight acts take to the stage to win a place in the Britain’s Got Talent final 2019.


Who is through to the Britain’s Got Talent 2019 live shows?

At the moment only six acts have been guaranteed a spot in the Britain’s Got Talent live shows.

The acts already through to the semi-finals were the recipients of the Golden Buzzer.

Judges David Walliams, Simon Cowell, Amanda Holden, Alesha Dixon and hosts Ant and Dec all have one chance to press the golden buzzer sending one act through to the final.

Only Amanda Holden has not pressed the Golden Buzzer yet.


Simon Cowell’s Golden Buzzer was pressed for stand-up comedian Kojo Anim, who wowed judges with his jokes about his childhood, visiting the bank and taxi rides.

Dixon’s Golden Buzzer was 10-year-old singer Giorgia Borg from Malta, the youngest contestant ever on Britain’s Got Talent to receive the golden buzzer.

David Walliams’ Golden Buzzer went Flakefleet Children’s Choir whose performance left him crying.

Ant and Dec pressed the golden buzzer for 13-year-old dancer Akshat Singh.

Britain’s Got Talent airs tonight at 8pm on ITV

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