Britain’s Got Talent is back on our TV screens after series 13 launched on Saturday, April 6th.

A new crop of amazing acts will line up each Saturday night attempting show the judges what they can do. And, for a very lucky select few, they will hear the noise of the almighty Golden Buzzer.

The Golden Buzzer sends to contestants straight through to the semi-finals, so let’s find out whose incredible performance has already given them one foot in the final.

MANCHESTER, ENGLAND – FEBRUARY 06: Simon Cowell, Amanda Holden, Stephen Mulhern, David Walliams, Alesha Dixon, Anthony McPartlin and Declan Donnelly during the ‘Britain’s Got Talent’ Manchester photocall at The Lowry on February 06, 2019 in Manchester, England. (Photo by Shirlaine Forrest/Getty Images)

When were the Golden Buzzer acts introduced?

The Golden Buzzer hasn’t always been a staple part of the ITV talent competition.

Although GBT launched in 2007, it wasn’t until 2014 when the Golen Buzzer came in.

Who were the Golden Buzzer acts on Britain’s Got Talent last year?

The 2018 series of Britain’s Got Talent was packed full of amazing acts, and there were none more amazing than the recipients of the Golden Buzzer.

Amanda Holden sent 22-year-old Gruffydd Wyn Roberts to the semi-finals for his rendition of Nessun Dorma, who she likened to BGT winner Paul Potts. 

Judge Alesha Dixon used her Golden Buzzer for singer Lifford Shillingford and his emotional performance of A Change Is Gonna Come.

The icy exterior of Simon Cowell was broken by father and son duo Tim and Jack Goodacre when they performed their original song The Lucky Ones, sending them straight through to the semi-finals.

And funnyman David Walliams used his buzzer for Donchez Dacres, the 60-year-old singing AA-man, followed by Ant and Dec using theirs for illusionist Marc Spelmann. 

Who are the golden buzzer acts on Britain’s Got Talent 2019?

So far, both David Walliams and Simon Cowell have used their Golden Buzzer’s.

Longtime judge David became the first on the panel to send an act straight through to the semi-finals covered in golden confetti when he pressed the buzzer for Flakefleet Primary School.

Their performance of Queens Don’t Stop Me Now was led by the children’s teacher Dave McPartlin and saw David moved to tears as he watched the kids aged 4-11 sing and dance around in fancy dress costumes – aww!

Check out their amazing performance below…

Simon soon followed suit in Saturday’s (April 13th) episode 2.

The hardened and straight-talking 59-year-old judge sent through stand-up comedian Kojo having been left in stitches by his comic performance.

To make Simon Cowell laugh… well, you must be good!

How can I watch Britain’s Got Talent 2019?

Want to watch as all the action unfolds?

Tune into Britain’s Got Talent every Saturday night on ITV at 7.15pm.

All episodes are also available for catch up and online via the ITV Hub.



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