Britain’s Got Talent 2023: Who made it to the 2nd semi-final?

Viggo Venn was the first act to be told they would move straight into the finals later in the week after their energetic performance of “My Name Is” and hi-vis jacket dance won the public vote.

The second appearance that evening (May 30) was 11-year-old singer Olivia Lynes, who won the jury’s choice with her cover of the Frozen classic “Into the Unknown”.

She was also Amanda Holden’s golden buzzer during the casting stages early on in the series.

Who made it into Monday’s Britain’s Got Talent semi-finals?

dancer Musa Motha was the first act of the talent contest, earning a gold “group” buzzer during the final casting episode from Simon Cowell, Alesha Dixon, Amanda Holden and newest judge Bruno Tonioli BGT on Saturday (May 27).

The 27-year-old was voted last night by the public for the final after creating a phenomenal dance routine using a crutch after previously announcing he had had a leg amputated due to cancer at a young age.

Meanwhile, two artists had to compete for second place, with the jury having to choose between singer Amy Lou or Abi Carter’s modern fairy tale version.

Both had two votes each from the four judges, meaning it was again a public vote.

In the end, Amy Lou won and made it to the grand finals as the second competitor.

Viewers react to Johns’ Boys being ‘deprived’ of a spot in Britain’s Got Talent final

People on social media were not happy with tonight’s outcome as they expressed support for the all-male Welsh choir Johns’ Boys who didn’t make it through.

Taking to Twitter, this person said: “I’m disappointed with the result tonight, John’s boys were brilliant and deserved to go through. Thanks guys you made Wales proud #BGT2023.”

Also, someone wrote in their comment: “Best performance of the night. The judges totally did the wrong thing by disallowing @MaleJohns… #BGT #BGT2023”

One user posted: “@MaleJohns got absolutely robbed they were amazing! #BGT2023” along with a crying face emoji.

One commenter added: “Absolutely furious. John’s Boys deserve to go through, not Olivia! #BGT #BGT2023”

In disbelief, the report said: “The man running across a stage in high visibility beats a stunning Welsh chorus. The world has gone mad. #BGT2023”

A special guest appearance on Wednesday’s Live Semifinals will see X Factor winner and Impossible hitmaker James Arthur perform during the show. Britain’s Got Talent 2023: Who made it to the 2nd semi-final?

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