Britain’s Got Talent 2019 is well underway and the talent has been coming through thick and fast.
Each week a Golden Buzzer Act is picked which sends the judge’s chosen act straight through to the semi-finals.
David Walliams hit his Golden Buzzer for Flakefleet Primary School, Simon Cowell went for comedian Kojo Anim and Alesha Dixon chose singer Giorgia Borg.
Amanda Holden was last to pick her Golden Buzzer Act, so who is the lucky auditionee?
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Amanda’s Golden Buzzer moment
Each week of Britain’s Got Talent auditions saw one of the judges secure an act in the semi-final with their Golden Buzzer.
However, it took judge Amanda Holden until week 6 to choose her Golden Buzzer Act.
While the other judges had already chosen theirs, it seemed that Amanda was being patient with her decision.
According to The Express, fans of Mark McMullen – a singing act from episode 5 who brought the judges to tears – were outraged that he wasn’t Amanda’s Golden Buzzer Act.
Who did Amanda put through to the semi-finals?
Although Amanda may have held fire on pressing her Golden Buzzer, she made up her mind by week 6 as the audition stage of the competition was drawing to a close.
Amanda chose West End performers Chapter 13 as her Golden Buzzer Act for 2019.
Chapter 13 is made up of 14-year-old Jacob and 15-year-olds Noah, Tom, and Jake.
We’d estimate that the BGT live shows will kick off from Saturday 18th May.
Who’s made it to the semi-final so far?
As all the judges have made their decisions, the acts through to the 2019 semi-final are Flakefleet Primary School Choir, comedian Kojo Anim, Chapter 13 and singer Giorgia Borg.
Dancer Akshat Singh who’s just 14 years old was also chosen by Ant and Dec as their Golden Buzzer Act so Akshat goes through to the semi-final, too.
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