What time is Britain's Got Talent's second semi final on tonight and which acts are in the line-up?

THE second round of Britain's Got Talent is on telly TONIGHT with some weird and wonderful performers hoping to wow the judges.

Here's what you can expect – though with the live shows you should always prepare for the unexpected …

What time is Britain's Got Talent's second semi final on tonight?

Britain's Got Talent is back on the box TONIGHT (Tuesday, May 28) at 7.30pm on ITV.

The running time of the family-friendly show is usually around an hour and a quarter.

Tonight's second live semi-final airs up until 9pm.

Britain's Got Talent live semi-finals started on Monday, May 27 and will end on Friday, May 31, 2019.

Each day, eight acts will perform with the hopes of making it through to the final.

Unlike the auditions, which are pre-recorded, the last stages of the show are live.

That means we, the public, get to vote for our favourite acts.

You can watch the live performances on ITV each night from 7.30pm until 9pm and then the results show from 9.30pm-10pm.

The final will air THIS SUNDAY on June 2.

Which acts are in the line-up of the second semi final?

The Queen

The comedy act – who bares a striking resemblance to Her Majesty – joked: “I’ve ruled out a duet with Lady Gaga, but one may show her just how long a robe can be worn with flair.”

State of the Fart

The Israeli musician teased “For my next performance you can definitely expect the unexpected! It’s going to be bigger, better and smellier!”

Vardanyan Brothers

The death-defying duo from Armenia immediately caught Walliam's attention as they strutted buff and topless.

Then, they performed a terrifying balancing act where they challenged the laws of gravity.

As their act progressed, one brother attempted to balance on the other on the fine tip of a sword that left Cowell short of breath.

He went on to name them "the most dangerous (act) I've seen on any Got Talent franchise."

Siobhan Phillips

Siobhan had all four judges on their feet after she sang about life as a mum while playing the piano on the night of a record-breaking show.

Giorgia Borg

Giorgia sung the same original song in her audition that she did on TV in a Junior Eurovision contest.

Judge Alesha Dixon gave the Maltese the golden buzzer and made the 11-year-old her selection to sail straight through to the live semi-finals of the ITV contest.

Matt Stirling

Musclebound Matt Stirling 46, has featured in two Bond films and Star Wars’ Rogue One in a daredevil 20-year career.

His BGT act saw him combine thrilling stunts with a card trick.

Each judge was asked to pick a card featuring a film title from a deck.

They were told not to show the name to Matt or anyone else.

Amanda Holden chose 2004 flick Man on Fire. She closed her eyes and as Matt channelled his thoughts, a blazing stunt actor walked across the stage, illustrating the film and leaving the judge gobsmacked.

Faith Tucker

Faith, 18, performed an operatic version of Granada – the 1932 song by Mexican composer Agustin Lara.

The talented teen got an impressive four yeses from the judges.

And it's not her first taste of fame – she was clearly to Masterchef star Greg Wallace's palate as she performed at his wedding.


The group of teen magicians have expressed their excitement for the semi-finals:  “Magic has been our life and getting the opportunity to perform on stage in front of an audience and on live TV is a dream come true!”

When is the Britain's Got Talent final?

How do I get tickets to Britain’s Got Talent 2019 final?

You can still get tickets to the live show THIS SUNDAY (June 2)- although they are in high demand.

All tickets are available free via the website Applause Store, and it's a good idea to register now so you'll be notified straight away when the semi-finals start.

While all seats are free, audiences are chosen on a first come, first served basis, so it’s best to arrive early on the day itself if you're lucky enough to get tickets.

What is the prize money for Britain's Got Talent in 2019?

The winners of Britain's Got Talent will perform in front of the Royal Family at the Royal Variety Performance.

For the past five years, the winner has also won a prize fund of £250,000.

It has not been confirmed whether or not that will be the same in the 2019 show.

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