Britain's Got Talent Episode Guide

Episode Guide

Britain's Got Talent: Season 8

  • Season 8 Episode 3: EPISODE: 3

    Ant and Dec present the third audition show, as the judges - Simon Cowell, David Walliams, Amanda Holden and Alesha Dixon - hope to uncover more of the nation's talent. Queuing up to take the stage, acts of all ages and abilities are determined to prove they are worthy of the £250,000 cash prize and a slot at this year's Royal Variety Performance, but while some of them will be be deserving, others will undoubtedly hear the dreaded sound of the red buzzers mere seconds into their performance

  • Season 8 Episode 2: EPISODE: 2

    The annual search for a star continues as more auditionees try to win over Simon Cowell, David Walliams, Amanda Holden and Alesha Dixon with their talents. The acts all have their eyes on the prize of £250,000 and a slot at this year's Royal Variety Performance, but first they must secure a place in the live semi-finals. Will any of them be good enough for the judges' new golden buzzers, like last week's dancing duo Paddy and Nico? Ant and Dec host

  • Season 8 Episode 1: EPISODE: 1

    Ant and Dec return with a fresh search for the nation's brightest new star, and there's a new addition to the judges' desk in the form of the golden buzzer, which gives Simon Cowell, David Walliams, Amanda Holden and Alesha Dixon the power to send an act straight through to the live semi-finals regardless of their fellow panellists' opinions. However, they can each press it only once during the series. Leaving no stone unturned, the auditions visit London, Cardiff, Manchester, Birmingham and, for the first time, Belfast, as a wide variety of acts, from comedians to contortionists, singers to spoon players, compete for the chance to win £250,000 and a slot at this year's Royal Variety Performance

Britain's Got Talent: Season 7

  • Season 7 Episode 13: The Live Final

    After weeks of auditions and five semi-finals, the national talent search comes to a close as the remaining contestants perform one more time. The hopefuls are Arisxandra, Gabz, Luminites, Richard and Adam, Jack Carroll, Pre Skool, Francine Lewis, Asanda, Attraction and Jordan O'Keefe, plus a wildcard entry selected from those who just missed out on the final 10. They all have one simple aim - to win a coveted slot at this year's Royal Variety Performance and get their hands on the £250,000 cash prize. All they have to do is impress the voting public, as the opinions of judges Simon Cowell, David Walliams, Amanda Holden and Alesha Dixon now count for nothing - who wins is entirely down to the viewers at home. Taylor Swift and Ed Sheeran perform their new single Everything Has Changed, and Psy will also take to the stage. Ant and Dec present

  • Season 7 Episode 12: EPISODE: 12

    Ant and Dec host the last live semi-final. On Sunday, 45 hopefuls started out with dreams of following in the footsteps of dancing dog act Ashleigh and Pudsey and winning a slot at the Royal Variety Performance, as well as a cash prize of £250,000. So far, eight have won places in the final on June 8, and with two more up for grabs, this is the contestants' last chance to impress the judges and the voting public

  • Season 7 Episode 11: EPISODE: 11

    Ant and Dec present the penultimate live semi-final, which decides the seventh and eighth acts for the final. Another nine hopefuls take to the stage, all with their eyes on the ultimate prize of £250,000 and a slot at this year's Royal Variety Performance. All they have to do is prove their auditions weren't just a one-off, and entertain the voting public as well as the four hard-to-please judges

  • Season 7 Episode 10: EPISODE: 10

    Four places in the final have been filled already, by Arisxandra, Richard and Adam, Jack Carroll and Gabz, and now another nine acts take to the stage in a bid to win the next two slots. All that stands in the way of Freelusion, Joseph Hall, MC Boy, Robbie Kennedy, Pre Skool, Rosie O'Sullivan, Stevie Pink, Thomas Bounce and Luminites are the judges - Simon Cowell, David Walliams, Amanda Holden and Alesha Dixon - who can still buzz a disastrous act off even in the semi-finals. Only the most impressive contestants have a chance of performing for royalty later this year. Hosted by Ant and Dec

  • Season 7 Episode 9: EPISODE: 9

    Ant and Dec host the second live show, in which another nine acts perform in the hope of winning the public vote and securing one of two places in the final, where Arisxandra, and Richard and Adam already await them. Tonight's winners will find themselves one step closer to an appearance at the Royal Variety Performance, a cash prize of £250,000 and the chance to join a growing line-up of past champions including Ashleigh and Pudsey, Diversity and Paul Potts

  • Season 7 Episode 8: EPISODE: 8

    Ant and Dec host the first live semi-final, which sees nine of the 45 chosen acts compete to impress the judges and secure the all-important viewers' vote. At stake is the chance to appear at the Royal Variety Performance and win a life-changing cash prize of £250,000, but first the contestants have to win one of two places available in the final - and with the panel still allowed to buzz them off if things aren't going well, the pressure is on

  • Season 7 Episode 7: EPISODE: 7

    The last few hopefuls take their moment in the spotlight as Ant and Dec present the final round of auditions, after which Simon Cowell, David Walliams, Amanda Holden and Alesha Dixon retire to consider which acts to send through to the live shows. With only 45 places available and plenty of talent seen so far, including young comedian Jack Carroll, shadow dancers Attraction, and singers Rosie O'Sullivan and Jordan O'Keefe, the judges face some tough decisions, and after much deliberation, the contestants are called back to learn their fate

  • Season 7 Episode 6: EPISODE: 6

    More hopefuls take their moment in the spotlight in an attempt to impress the four judges and secure a place in the live semi-finals. With fingers poised over the buzzers, Simon Cowell, David Walliams, Amanda Holden and Alesha Dixon sit through some of the best - and worst - of the nation's talent, searching for a worthy act to appear at this year's Royal Variety Performance. Ant and Dec are backstage with the entertainers

  • Season 7 Episode 5: EPISODE: 5

    The judges give their verdicts on more hopefuls battling for places in the live semi-finals, including dancing children, an impressionist, and an orthopaedic surgeon who fancies himself as a musician. With fingers poised over the buzzers, Simon Cowell, David Walliams, Amanda Holden and Alesha Dixon sit through some of the best - and worst - of the nation's talent, searching for a worthy act to appear at this year's Royal Variety Performance. Ant and Dec are backstage with the entertainers

  • Season 7 Episode 4: EPISODE: 4

    The search for new talent continues as more hopefuls, including 19-year-old singing twins, a teenage juggler and an all-girl dance troupe, take their turn in the spotlight in front of the audience and the judges. Hoping not to hear the dreaded sound of the red buzzers, the auditionees have one shot at winning over Simon Cowell, David Walliams, Amanda Holden and Alesha Dixon and being in with a chance of scooping a large cash prize as well as a slot at this year's Royal Variety Performance. Ant and Dec are backstage with the entertainers

  • Season 7 Episode 3: EPISODE: 3

    More acts strut their stuff in the third round of auditions, hosted by Ant and Dec. With fingers poised over the buzzers, judges Simon Cowell, David Walliams, Amanda Holden and Alesha Dixon give their verdicts on circus performers, a line-dancing instructor, a pair of pianists, wannabe singers and variety acts, all hoping to win a coveted place in the live semi-finals and the chance to appear at this year's Royal Variety Performance

  • Season 7 Episode 2: EPISODE: 2

    Ant and Dec present the second audition show, with another line-up of acts eager to win a slot at this year's Royal Variety Performance, including a pair of Latin dancers, classical singers and a dance troupe from Holland. Expect tears from Amanda Holden, camp comments from David Walliams, excitement from Alesha Dixon and biting sarcasm from Simon Cowell as they watch the good, the bad and the just plain awful in search of a few diamonds in the rough who deserve a place in the semi-finals

  • Season 7 Episode 1: EPISODE: 1

    Ant and Dec kick off the seventh season of the talent show searching for the nation's brightest new star. Simon Cowell, David Walliams, Alesha Dixon and Amanda Holden return to the judges' desk for the first auditions, as hopefuls of all ages, from comedians and contortionists to dancers and drag acts, demonstrate their abilities on stage. The acts are battling it out for a coveted place in the live semi-finals and the chance to appear at the Royal Variety Performance later this year

Britain's Got Talent: Season 6

  • Season 6 Episode 13: Britain's Got Talent - The Live Final

    After weeks of auditions and five semi-finals, the national talent search comes to a close as the 10 finalists - Aquabatique, Ashleigh and Pudsey, Jonathan and Charlotte, Kai and Natalia, the Loveable Rogues, Molly Rainford, Nu Sxool, Only Boys Aloud, Ryan O'Shaughnessy and Sam Kelly, plus one wildcard entry chosen by the judges from their favourite semi-final loser - perform one more time. They all have one simple aim: to follow in the footsteps of previous winners Paul Potts, George Sampson, Diversity, Spelbound and Jai McDowall by winning a slot at the Royal Variety Performance, as well as getting their hands on the £500,000 cash prize. All they have to do is impress the voting public, for while judges Simon Cowell, David Walliams, Amanda Holden and Alesha Dixon may be poised with their buzzers, their opinion tonight counts for nothing - who wins is all down to the viewers at home. Declan Donnelly present

  • Season 6 Episode 12: EPISODE: 12

    Declan Donnelly host the last show of the week. On Sunday, 45 hopefuls started out with dreams of following in the footsteps of 2011 victor Jai McDowall and winning a slot at the Royal Variety Performance - not to mention the increased cash prize of £500,000. So far, eight have won places in Saturday's final, with two more up for grabs - plus an 11th wildcard place for the judges' favourite loser. Now, synchronised swimmers Aquabatique, comedian Callum Oakley, acrobats Face Team and Billy George, singers Ryan O'Shaughnessy and Hope Murphy, laser harp player Grieg Stewart, Dalek impersonator Martyn Crofts and wheelchair dance duo Strictly Wheels make their bids to become the next big thing in showbusiness, with Simon Cowell, David Walliams, Amanda Holden and Alesha Dixon judging their efforts

  • Season 6 Episode 11: EPISODE: 11

    Declan Donnelly present the penultimate live semi-final, which decides the seventh and eighth acts for Saturday night's grand final. Dance group Nu Sxool, singers Malaki Paul, Chica Latina, Sam Kelly and Be Minor, male ballroom duo Sugar Dandies, magic duo Brynolf and Ljung, burlesque performer Beatrix Von Bourbon and Latvian funnyman Gatis Kandis do their stuff, all with their eyes on the ultimate prize of £500,000 and a slot at the Royal Variety Performance. But first they have to prove their successful auditions weren't just a one-off, and entertain the voting public as well as judges Simon Cowell, David Walliams, Amanda Holden and Alesha Dixon

  • Season 6 Episode 10: EPISODE: 10

    Four places in Saturday's final have been filled so far by Jonathan and Charlotte, Kai & Natalia, Only Boys Aloud and Ashleigh and Pudsey. Now singers Honey Shazad, Molly Rainford, the Zimmers and the Loveable Rogues, variety acts Dennis Egel and Area 51, xylophonist Ashley Elliott , singing contortionist Lucky and the Twist and Pulse Dance Company all take the stage in a bid to win the next two slots. All that stands in their way are each other and judges Simon Cowell, David Walliams, Amanda Holden and Alesha Dixon, who can still buzz an act off even at the semi-final stage. Presented by Declan Donnelly

  • Season 6 Episode 9: EPISODE: 9

    Declan Donnelly host the second of the live semi-finals, in which another nine acts compete to impress the judges and secure the all-important viewers' vote in a bid to win one of the two places in Saturday's final. Tonight's winners will find themselves one step closer to an appearance at the Royal Variety Performance and a cash prize of £500,000

  • Season 6 Episode 8: EPISODE: 8

    Declan Donnelly host the first of the live semi-finals, which sees nine of the 45 acts compete to impress the judges and secure the all-important viewers' vote. At stake is the chance to appear at the Royal Variety Performance and win a cash prize of £500,000 - half of which is coming from Mr Cowell's own pocket. But first they have to win one of two places available in Saturday's final - and with the judges still allowed to buzz them off if the act isn't going well, the pressure is on. One act who won't be getting the buzzer treatment is special guest Tulisa, in the studio to perform her debut solo single, Young

  • Season 6 Episode 7: EPISODE: 7

    The last few hopefuls take their moment in the spotlight as Declan Donnelly present the last round of auditions, after which the judges retire to consider which acts to send through to the live shows. There are only 45 places available, so the discussion is tense - Simon Cowell falls out with the others over one act, while Amanda Holden and Alesha Dixon gang up with David Walliams and Simon over a particular singer. However, they eventually have their line-up - all that remains is to tell the hopefuls whether they have made it through

  • Season 6 Episode 6: EPISODE: 6

    The auditions continue as another line-up of singers, dancers and variety acts, from the brilliant to the bizarre, attempt to impress the four judges. With fingers poised over the buzzers, Simon Cowell, David Walliams, Amanda Holden and Alesha Dixon sit through some of the best - and worst - of the nation's talent, and the stakes are higher than ever this year, with a bumper prize of £500,000 up for grabs as well as a slot at the Royal Variety Performance

  • Season 6 Episode 5: EPISODE: 5

    The search for new talent continues as more hopefuls take their turn in the spotlight in front of the audience and judges Simon Cowell, David Walliams, Amanda Holden and Alesha Dixon. Hoping not to hear the dreaded sound of the panel's buzzers, the auditionees have one shot at winning over the judges and being in with a chance of scooping the prize of £500,000 and a slot at the Royal Variety Performance. Declan Donnelly are backstage with the entertainers

  • Season 6 Episode 4: EPISODE: 4

    The auditions continue in Manchester, Edinburgh and London, where it seems there is no shortage of people willing to demonstrate their unique abilities on TV, including a singing transvestite, a trampoline stunt group and a bagpipe band. Luckily, Simon Cowell, Amanda Holden, David Walliams and Alesha Dixon are on hand with their trusty buzzers to get rid of the worst, while sending the few genuine talents through to the next round, taking them one step closer to the prize of £500,000 and an appearance at the Royal Variety Performance. Presented by Declan Donnelly

  • Season 6 Episode 3: EPISODE: 3

    Another set of acts show off their stuff in the third round of auditions, hosted by Declan Donnelly. With fingers firmly on the buzzers, judges Simon Cowell, David Walliams, Amanda Holden and Alesha Dixon sit through a line-up of wannabe singers, dancers and variety acts all hoping to win the prize of £500,000 and a slot at this year's Royal Variety Performance

  • Season 6 Episode 2: EPISODE: 2

    Declan Donnelly present the second audition show, with another line-up of acts eager to win the prize of £500,000 and a slot at this year's Royal Variety Performance. Expect tears from Amanda Holden, camp comments from David Walliams, excitement from Alesha Dixon and sarcasm from Simon Cowell as they visit Birmingham and Blackpool, watching the good, the bad and the just plain awful in search of a few diamonds in the rough who deserve a place in the semi-finals

  • Season 6 Episode 1: EPISODE: 1

    Declan Donnelly kick off the sixth season of the talent show looking for the nation's brightest new star. The format is the same as previous years, with several weeks of auditions followed by five live heats and the final, but there are a few changes, most notably on the judging panel. Out go Michael McIntyre and the Hoff, to be replaced by funnyman David Walliams and former Strictly Come Dancing panellist Alesha Dixon. Original judge Amanda Holden sticks around just long enough to voice her opinions before she takes a temporary break to have her baby. Oh, a certain Mr Cowell returns to the audition stage too, to keep things ticking over. Expect singers, disco troupes, comedians, magicians and dancing dogs, all keen to follow in the footsteps of Paul Potts, George Sampson, Diversity, Spelbound and Jai McDowall. This year there's more at stake for the winner because the prize money has increased from £100,000 to £500,000

Britain's Got Talent: Season 5

  • Season 5 Episode 12: EPISODE: 12

    Declan Donnelly host the last semi-final as nine acts - The Celtic Colleens, Pip & Puppy, Marawa, Mr & Mrs, Follow the Right Path, Antonio Popeye, Michael Collings, Razy Gogonea and Michael Moral, whose inclusion was only announced last night - try to entertain their way to a place in tomorrow's final, and £100,000 in the bank. Viewers have their chance to vote for who they want to see appear at the Royal Variety Performance, and judges Simon Cowell, Michael McIntyre, Amanda Holden and David Hasselhoff will later pick their favourite from the runners-up in the public vote

  • Season 5 Episode 11: EPISODE: 11

    With the final just two days away, Declan Donnelly host as eight more acts - Edward Reid, Out of the Blue, Steven Hall, Mexican Mayhem, Jessica Hobson, Dance Angels, Jai McDowall and Nathan Wyburn compete in the fourth semi-final. Judges Simon Cowell, Michael McIntyre, Amanda Holden and David Hasselhoff will be looking for something to match the standard set by previous winners including Paul Potts as viewers vote for who they want to see at the Royal Variety Performance

  • Season 5 Episode 10: EPISODE: 10

    Declan Donnelly host the third semi-final as eight more acts - Circus of Horrors, Angela & Teddy, Abyss, Les Gibson, Wachiraporn Tirpak, Jay Worley, James Hobley and Aeolian Chimes - take to the stage in a bid to impress Simon Cowell, Michael McIntyre, Amanda Holden and David Hasselhoff and secure the viewers' vote. The two acts put through to Saturday's final will join last night's winners New Bounce and Jean Martyn, along with Monday's successful semi-finalists, Ronan Parke and Paul Gbegbaje

  • Season 5 Episode 9: EPISODE: 9

    Declan Donnelly host the second semi-final as another eight acts - Enchantment, Up & Over It, Herbie Armstrong, Lorna Bliss, Jean Martyn, New Bounce, David & Karen and Two & A Half Men - take centre stage, before the viewers and judges select their favourites to put through to Saturday's final. Everyone will be pulling out the stops to win a place alongside Ronan Parke and Paul Gbegbaje, who went through yesterday

  • Season 5 Episode 8: EPISODE: 8

    Simon Cowell returns for the first of the five semi-finals, joining Michael McIntyre, Amanda Holden and David Hasselhoff as the first eight of 40 acts compete to impress the judges and secure the all-important viewers' vote. At stake is the chance to win a cash prize of £100,000 and appear at the Royal Variety Performance. Declan Donnelly host

  • Season 5 Episode 7: EPISODE: 7

    Declan Donnelly host the final round of auditions in front of judges Michael McIntyre, Amanda Holden and David Hasselhoff, before the 40 acts selected for the live shows are announced. The panel has been impressed by performers such as boy dancer James Hobley and freak show the Circus of Horrors, but whoever makes it through to the next stage faces the added pressure of impressing Simon Cowell, who returns to the show for the semi-finals

  • Season 5 Episode 6: EPISODE: 6

    The penultimate round of auditions, in London, Liverpool, Cardiff and Manchester, as more acts try to impress judges Michael McIntyre, Amanda Holden, David Hasselhoff and - in the capital only - guest judge Louis Walsh, who stands in for David. The panel cast their eye over performers including a mini Frank Sinatra, a teenage rapping duo and a dog-dancing act. At stake is a cash prize of £100,000 and an appearance at the Royal Variety Performance

  • Season 5 Episode 5: EPISODE: 5

    Declan Donnelly host the latest round of auditions in Manchester, Liverpool, Birmingham and Glasgow, as judges Amanda Holden, Michael McIntyre and David Hasselhoff continue their search for the nation's most impressive performers. At stake is a cash prize of £100,000 and the chance to appear at this year's Royal Variety Performance

  • Season 5 Episode 4: EPISODE: 4

    Declan Donnelly host the latest round of auditions, as judges Amanda Holden, Michael McIntyre and David Hasselhoff continue their search for the nation's most impressive performers. At stake is a cash prize of £100,000 and the chance to appear at this year's Royal Variety Performance

  • Season 5 Episode 3: EPISODE: 3

    Declan Donnelly host the latest round of auditions, with another set of acts eager to win the prize of £100,000 and a slot at this year's Royal Variety Performance. Judges Amanda Holden, Michael McIntyre and David Hasselhoff have their fingers poised over the buzzers as contestants of all ages demonstrate their singing, dancing and other more unusual talents

  • Season 5 Episode 2: EPISODE: 2

    Declan Donnelly host the second audition show, with another line-up of acts eager to win the prize of £100,000 and a slot at this year's Royal Variety Performance. Judges Amanda Holden, Michael McIntyre and David Hasselhoff have their fingers poised over the buzzers as contestants of all ages demonstrate their singing, dancing and other more unusual talents

  • Season 5 Episode 1: EPISODE: 1

    Declan Donnelly kick off another search to find the nation's most impressive performers. The format is the same as previous years, but there are two major differences - no Piers Morgan on the judging bench and Simon Cowell is absent until the live shows. In their places, either side of Amanda Holden, are comedian Michael McIntyre and US superstar David Hasselhoff, a veteran of America's Got Talent. Together, the trio must decide which acts they think are worthy of a place in the live heats - with the dreaded buzzer sounding to anyone deemed not good enough. At stake is a cash prize of £100,000 and the chance to appear at this year's Royal Variety Performance

Britain's Got Talent: Season 4

  • Season 4 Episode 13: Final

    After seven rounds of auditions and five semi-finals, the national talent search comes to a close as the 10 finalists take to the stage one last time. Tobias Mead, Spelbound, Tina and Chandi, Connected, Paul Burling, Christopher Stone, Janey Cutler, and Twist and Pulse are already through, and will be joined by two more acts, each of them competing to impress Simon Cowell, Amanda Holden and Piers Morgan as well as the voting public. The winner's prize is £100,000 in the bank and a slot at the Royal Variety Performance at the London Palladium in December, which will be attended by Prince Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall. Declan Donnelly host

  • Season 4 Episode 12: Semi-Final 5

    Declan Donnelly host the last semi-final, where Kieran Gaffney, Liam McNally, Alesia Vazmitsel, Graham and James Edgington, A3, Dance Flavourz, the Chippendoubles and Myztikal hope to sing, dance and entertain their way to a place in tomorrow night's final and £100,000 in the bank. Viewers have the chance to vote for who they want to see performing in front of Prince Charles at the Royal Variety Performance, and judges Simon Cowell, Amanda Holden and Piers Morgan will later pick their favourite from the runners-up in the public vote

  • Season 4 Episode 11: Semi-Final 4

    Janey Cutler, Tyler Patterson, Twist and Pulse, Ice, Emile Harris, Mark James, Team Shaolin and the Fusion perform in the fourth semi-final in front of an audience as well as judges Simon Cowell, Amanda Holden and Piers Morgan. With the final just a few days away, the panel will be looking for something to match the standard set by previous winners Diversity, George Sampson and Paul Potts as viewers vote for who they want to see at the Royal Variety Performance. Tonight's winner and runner-up will join yesterday's graduates Paul Burling and Christopher Stone on Saturday with the other finalists. Declan Donnelly present

  • Season 4 Episode 10: Semi-Final 3

    Declan Donnelly present the third semi-final. Eight more acts - Starburst, Chloe Hickinbottom, Jimmy Forde, the Arrangement, Peridot, Paul Burling, Christopher Stone, and Philip Grimmer - take to the stage in a bid to impress Simon Cowell, Amanda Holden and Piers Morgan and secure the viewers' vote. The two acts put through to Saturday's final will be in with a chance of scooping the £100,000 prize and appearing at this year's Royal Variety Performance

  • Season 4 Episode 9: Semi-Final 2

    Declan Donnelly host the second semi-final as Connected, Kev Orkian, Tina and Chandi, Neil Fullard, Michael Fayombo Sr and Jr, Taboo, Maxxie Oliver and the Ruby Girls take centre stage, performing in front of an audience as well as Simon Cowell, Piers Morgan and Amanda Holden. With the final drawing closer, the atmosphere backstage will be tense as everyone pulls out the stops to win a place alongside yesterday's winners Spelbound and Tobias Mead on Saturday

  • Season 4 Episode 8: Semi-Final 1

    Declan Donnelly host the first semi-final as eight acts compete to win the approval of Simon Cowell, Amanda Holden and Piers Morgan, and secure the all-important viewers' vote. This time last year, Diversity and Susan Boyle wowed audiences and made it through to the final, so the contestants have a lot to live up to as they battle to get closer to the £100,000 prize and a slot at the Royal Variety Performance

  • Season 4 Episode 7: EPISODE: 7

    Simon Cowell, Amanda Holden and Piers Morgan judge the final round of auditions in the search for the nation's most impressive performers. Highlights include a martial arts Shaolin monk act, a Paolo Nutini wannabe and a pig that mimes to Michael Jackson songs. The panel will then announce the 40 acts through to the live semi-finals, certain to include some of this year's current favourites - solo singers Chris Stone, Janey Cutler, Olivia Archbold and Liam McNally, gymnasts Spellbound and boy band Connected. Presented by Declan Donnelly

  • Season 4 Episode 6: EPISODE: 6

    Declan Donnelly host another round of auditions as more hopefuls demonstrate their unique abilities on TV, competing for a slot at the Royal Variety Performance and a £100,000 prize. Simon Cowell, Amanda Holden and Piers Morgan are on hand with their trusty buzzers to get rid of the worst, while sending the genuine talent through to the next stage

  • Season 4 Episode 5: EPISODE: 5

    Declan Donnelly host another round of auditions as more hopefuls demonstrate their unique abilities on TV, competing for a slot at the Royal Variety Performance and a £100,000 prize. Simon Cowell, Amanda Holden and Piers Morgan are on hand with their trusty buzzers to get rid of the worst, while sending the genuine talent through to the next stage

  • Season 4 Episode 4: EPISODE: 4

    A stunt act using samurai swords, a dance troupe with a twist and an 80-year-old grandmother are among those vying for the chance to appear at the Royal Variety Performance and scoop the £100,000 prize. Declan Donnelly meet the contestants backstage as judges Simon Cowell, Amanda Holden and Piers Morgan give their verdicts on another batch of hopefuls demonstrating their talent - or lack of - for millions of viewers

  • Season 4 Episode 3: EPISODE: 3

    Declan Donnelly host a round of auditions in Newcastle for the first time in the show's history before moving on to Manchester. A forklift truck driver performing to Nelly the Elephant, an impressive boy band and a 14-year-old singer are among the line-up of acts eager to win a slot at this year's Royal Variety Performance. Judges Simon Cowell, Amanda Holden and Piers Morgan have their fingers poised over the buzzers as the nation's best - and worst - talent perform in front of an audience of thousands

  • Season 4 Episode 2: EPISODE: 2

    Declan Donnelly present the second audition show, with another line-up of acts eager to win the prize of £100,000 and a slot at this year's Royal Variety Performance. Judges Simon Cowell, Amanda Holden and Piers Morgan have their fingers poised over the buzzers as contestants of all ages demonstrate their singing, dancing and other more unusual talents

  • Season 4 Episode 1: EPISODE: 1

    Declan Donnelly host the fourth season of the talent show searching for the nation's brightest new star, beginning with the auditions. Simon Cowell, Amanda Holden and Piers Morgan again make up the judging panel, as well as Louis Walsh, who sits in for Simon in the opening round. Hundreds of hopefuls - inevitably including a few dance troupes looking to repeat the success of Diversity - compete to win the prize of £100,000 and the chance to entertain Prince Charles at this year's Royal Variety Performance. Highlights in the first show include a woman and her dancing dog who impress Piers Morgan

Britain's Got Talent: Season 3

  • Season 3 Episode 13: The Final

    After seven rounds of auditions, five semi-finals, a guest appearance on the panel by Kelly Brook and a media frenzy surrounding Susan Boyle, the national talent search comes to a close as the 10 finalists take to the stage. Simon Cowell, Amanda Holden and Piers Morgan are on the judging panel as the acts compete to win the public vote, £100,000 and a slot on the Royal Variety Performance. Declan Donnelly host

  • Season 3 Episode 12: Semi-Final 5 (Live)

    Declan Donnelly host the last of the semi-finals, with eight more acts hoping to sing, dance and entertain their way to a place in the final and £100,000 in the bank. Viewers have the chance to vote for who they want to see performing in front of the Queen, with judges Simon Cowell, Amanda Holden and Piers Morgan picking their favourite from the runners-up in the public vote

  • Season 3 Episode 11: Semi-Final 4 (Live)

    Eight more acts perform in the fourth semi-final in front of an audience as well as Simon Cowell, Amanda Holden and Piers Morgan. With the final just a few days away, the judges will be looking for something to match previous winners Paul Potts and George Sampson as viewers and the panel vote for who they want to see on the Royal Variety Performance. Declan Donnelly present

  • Season 3 Episode 10: Semi-Final 3

    Declan Donnelly present the third live semi-final. Eight more acts take to the stage in a bid to impress Simon Cowell, Piers Morgan and Amanda Holden and reach Saturday's final - where they will be in with a chance of scooping the £100,000 prize. After the public votes are counted and the winner makes the final automatically, the second and third-placed acts vie for the all-important judges' choice

  • Season 3 Episode 9: Semi-Final 2 (Live)

    Declan Donnelly present the second live semi-final as another eight acts take centre stage, performing in front of an audience and judges Simon Cowell, Piers Morgan and Amanda Holden. With the final drawing closer, the atmosphere backstage will be tense as everyone pulls out the stops to win the public and judges' vote, getting ever closer to a slot on the Royal Variety Performance

  • Season 3 Episode 8: Semi-Final 1 (Live)

    Declan Donnelly host the first of the live semi-finals as eight acts compete to win the approval of Simon Cowell, Amanda Holden and Piers Morgan. The pressure will be on the opening act to set the standard as viewers get the chance to vote for their favourite. The act with the highest number of public votes goes through to the final automatically, with the second and third-placed performers vying for the crucial judges' choice

  • Season 3 Episode 7: EPISODE: 7

    Simon Cowell, Amanda Holden and Piers Morgan judge the final round of auditions in the search for the nation's most impressive performers. The panel will then announce the 40 acts through to the live semi-finals, bound to include some of this year's current favourites - singers Susan Boyle, Shaun Smith, Jamie Pugh and Greg Pritchard, dance acts Diversity and Flawless, violinist Sue Son and young stars Shaheen Jafargholi, Aidan Davis, Natalie Okri, Hollie Steel and Callum Francis. Declan Donnelly host

  • Season 3 Episode 6: EPISODE: 6

    Judges Simon Cowell, Amanda Holden and Piers Morgan are confronted by more acts eager to win them over as the search continues for the nation's most impressive performers. Hoping to avoid the dreaded sound of the panel's buzzers, the auditionees take their shot at winning the prize of £100,000 and a chance to perform in front of the Queen at this year's Royal Variety Performance. Declan Donnelly host

  • Season 3 Episode 5: EPISODE: 5

    The search for new talent continues as more acts take their turn in the spotlight in front of a studio audience and judges Simon Cowell, Amanda Holden and Piers Morgan. Hoping to avoid the sound of the panel's buzzers, the auditionees compete for a £100,000 prize and a slot at this year's Royal Variety Performance. Hosted by Declan Donnelly

  • Season 3 Episode 4: EPISODE: 4

    Declan Donnelly host another round of auditions as more hopefuls demonstrate their unique abilities on TV, competing for a slot at the Royal Variety Performance and a £100,000 prize. Simon Cowell, Amanda Holden and Piers Morgan are on hand with their trusty buzzers to get rid of the worst, while sending the few genuine talents through to the next stage to join the likes of this year's current favourites Shaheen Jafargholi and Susan Boyle

  • Season 3 Episode 3: EPISODE: 3

    Declan Donnelly host the auditions in Manchester as more acts make a bid to win the prize of £100,000 and a slot at this year's Royal Variety Performance. With fingers firmly on the buzzers, guest judge Kelly Brook, Amanda Holden, Piers Morgan and Simon Cowell sit through another round of wannabe singers, dancers and variety acts all hoping to repeat the success of previous winners Paul Potts and George Sampson

  • Season 3 Episode 2: EPISODE: 2

    Declan Donnelly present the second audition show, with another line-up of acts eager to win the prize of £100,000 and a slot at this year's Royal Variety Performance. Expect more cute children, eccentric OAPs, tears from Amanda Holden, put-downs from Piers Morgan and sarcasm from Simon Cowell - and maybe a few diamonds in the rough who will deserve a place in the semi-finals in a few weeks' time

  • Season 3 Episode 1: EPISODE: 1

    Declan Donnelly host the third season of the talent show looking for the nation's brightest new star, beginning with the auditions. Simon Cowell, Piers Morgan and Amanda Holden again make up the judging panel, as hundreds of hopefuls compete to win the prize of £100,000 and the chance to entertain the Queen at this year's Royal Variety Performance

Britain's Got Talent: Season 2

  • Season 2 Episode 14: The Final Results

    The viewers' votes are counted and the winner of the competition who will be performing at the Royal Variety Performance is revealed. Declan Donnelly host with judges Simon Cowell, Amanda Holden and Piers Morgan

  • Season 2 Episode 13: The Final

    The finalists perform, in the hope they have what it takes to impress judges Simon Cowell, Piers Morgan and Amanda Holden as well as the voting public, to win the competition and perform on the Royal Variety Performance. Declan Donnelly host. The results are at 9.30pm

  • Season 2 Episode 12: Semi-Final 5 (Live)

    Declan Donnelly host the last of the semi-finals as judges Simon Cowell, Amanda Holden and Piers Morgan search for the nation's most impressive performers. Eight acts perform, hoping to attract enough viewers' votes to move on to the final and compete for the £100,000 prize and a slot on the Royal Variety Performance. The two successful acts will be announced at the end of the show

  • Season 2 Episode 11: Semi-Final 4

    Eight acts perform in the fourth live semi-final in front of a studio audience and judges Simon Cowell, Piers Morgan and Amanda Holden. Only two acts will go through from this round to Saturday's final, where they will compete for the £100,000 prize money and a slot on the bill for the Royal Variety Performance. Declan Donnelly present

  • Season 2 Episode 10: Semi-Final 3

    Declan Donnelly present the third live semi-final. Eight more acts take to the stage in a bid to impress Simon Cowell, Piers Morgan and Amanda Holden, all hoping to win the public vote and reach Saturday's final - where they'll be in with a chance of scooping the £100,000 prize

  • Season 2 Episode 9: Semi-Final 2

    Declan Donnelly present the second live semi-final as another eight acts take centre stage, performing in front of a live studio audience and judges Simon Cowell, Piers Morgan and Amanda Holden. With just two acts going forward to Saturday's final, the atmosphere backstage will be tense as the hopefuls pull out all the stops to win the chance for a coveted slot on the Royal Variety Performance

  • Season 2 Episode 8: Semi-Final 1

    Declan Donnelly host the first of the live semi-finals as eight acts compete to win the approval of judges Simon Cowell, Amanda Holden and Piers Morgan. The hopefuls will all be keen to win a place in the final, where they will battle it out for the £100,000 prize and a slot performing on the Royal Variety Performance

  • Season 2 Episode 7: EPISODE: 7

    Simon Cowell, Amanda Holden and Piers Morgan sit in judgement for the final round of auditions in the search for the nation's most impressive performers. The panel will then announce the 40 acts through to the live semi-finals, starting on Monday, when they will compete for the prize of £100,000 and a chance to perform at this year's Royal Variety Performance. Declan Donnelly host

  • Season 2 Episode 6: EPISODE: 6

    Judges Simon Cowell, Amanda Holden and Piers Morgan are once again confronted by acts desperate to win them over as the search for the nation's most impressive performers continues. Hoping to avoid the dreaded sound of the panel's buzzers, the hopefuls - young and old - take their shot at winning the prize of £100,000 and a chance to perform at this year's Royal Variety Performance. Declan Donnelly host

  • Season 2 Episode 5: EPISODE: 5

    The search for new talent continues as more hopefuls take their turn in the spotlight in front of a live studio audience and judges Simon Cowell, Amanda Holden and Piers Morgan. Hoping not to hear the dreaded sound of the panel's buzzers, the auditionees take their shot at winning the prize of £100,000 and a chance to perform at this year's Royal Variety Performance. Declan Donnelly host

  • Season 2 Episode 4: EPISODE: 4

    The auditions reach the halfway point and it seems there is still no shortage of Brits willing to demonstrate their unique abilities on TV. Luckily, Simon Cowell, Amanda Holden and Piers Morgan are on hand with their trusty buzzers to get rid of the worst, while sending the few genuine talents through to the next round, taking them one step closer to the prize of £100,000 and a slot at the 2008 Royal Variety Performance. Presented by Declan Donnelly

  • Season 2 Episode 3: EPISODE: 3

    Declan Donnelly present the third audition show as more acts make a bid to win the prize of £100,000 and a slot at this year's Royal Variety Performance. With their fingers firmly on the buzzers, judges Amanda Holden, Piers Morgan and Simon Cowell sit through another round of performing pooches, miniature Pavarottis and the usual stream of wacky wannabes as they search for a star in the making

  • Season 2 Episode 2: EPISODE: 2

    Declan Donnelly present the second audition show, with another line-up of acts eager to win the prize of £100,000 and a slot at this year's Royal Variety Performance. Expect more cute kids, crazy OAPs, tears from Amanda, putdowns from Piers and sarcasm from Simon - and hopefully maybe a few diamonds in the rough who'll actually be put through to the semi-finals in a few weeks' time

  • Season 2 Episode 1: EPISODE: 1

    Declan Donnelly kick off the second series of the talent show looking for the country's brightest new star. This time round, the auditions are being shown over several weeks, leading up to the live finals across a single week at the end of May. Simon Cowell, Piers Morgan and Amanda Holden make up the judging panel again, as hundreds of performers hope to make a similar impression to last year's winner Paul Potts

Britain's Got Talent: Season 1

  • Season 1 Episode 8: EPISODE: 8

    Declan Donnelly host as the six finalists compete for the £100,000 prize and a guest slot on the Royal Variety Performance. Each act will perform one routine and seek the opinion of judges Simon Cowell, Amanda Holden and Piers Morgan before the public decide the winner

  • Season 1 Episode 7: EPISODE: 7

    The semi-final sees another group of performers take the stage in the hope of impressing viewers, as well as judges Simon Cowell, Piers Morgan and Amanda Holden, enough to secure a place in the grand final. The ultimate victor will receive £100,000 and the chance to appear in front of the Queen at the Royal Variety Performance. Presented by Declan Donnelly

  • Season 1 Episode 6: EPISODE: 6

    Declan Donnelly present the first semi-final as eight acts perform hoping to impress the studio audience and judges Simon Cowell, Piers Morgan and Amanda Holden. All the contestants will have their eye on the ultimate prize of £100,000 and an appearance on the Royal Variety Performance

  • Season 1 Episode 5: EPISODE: 5

    In the last of the auditions before the semi-finals get under way tomorrow, another line-up of starstruck hopefuls try to impress judges Simon Cowell, Amanda Holden and Piers Morgan in the hope of winning a slot at this year's Royal Variety Performance. Presented by Declan Donnelly

  • Season 1 Episode 4: EPISODE: 4

    The live auditions reach Manchester and London, where another line-up of hopefuls try to impress the judges enough to win a place in the semi-finals. Presenters Declan Donnelly offer their support to the would-be stars before and after they face the judges, Simon Cowell, Amanda Holden and Piers Morgan

  • Season 1 Episode 3: EPISODE: 3

    More fun from the live auditions, as another line-up of hopefuls try to impress the judges enough to win a place in the semi-finals. Presented by Declan Donnelly, with Simon Cowell, Amanda Holden and Piers Morgan

  • Season 1 Episode 2: EPISODE: 2

    Declan Donnelly present the second round of live auditions, with judges Simon Cowell, Amanda Holden and Piers Morgan keeping their buzzers at the ready as they whittle down the contestants to decide the semi-final line-up

  • Season 1 Episode 1: EPISODE: 1

    Declan Donnelly host this nightly talent show aiming to find the country's most gifted individual or group. Simon Cowell heads the judging panel, alongside actress Amanda Holden and writer Piers Morgan, and tonight they'll be sorting the wheat from the chaff in the first of five live audition shows. There are no rules - anyone can enter, regardless of age or background - but only one will be crowned winner in nine days' time, pocketing a cheque for £100,000 and being given the chance to appear in front of the Queen at the Royal Variety Performance

Britain's Got Talent: Special

  • Top 20 Best Moments

    A recap of the last series, featuring a reminder of the best and worst performances and the story of the winner, singer Paul Potts

Britain's Got Talent: Other Episodes

  • Britain's Got Talent - Final

    The national talent search comes to a close as the 10 finalists, including impressionist Les Gibson, dancer James Hobley, organist Jean Martyn, boy band New Bounce, singer Ronan Parke, pianist Paul Gbegbaje, comedy dancer Steven Hall and vocalist Jai McDowell take to the stage one last time and compete to impress judges Simon Cowell, Amanda Holden, Michael McIntyre and David Hasselhoff, as well as the voting public. The winner's prize is £100,000 in the bank and a slot at the Royal Variety Performance. Declan Donnelly host

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