The judges were on their feet for impressionist Ben (Picture: Dymond/Thames/Rex/Shutterstock)

The latest Britain’s Got Talent semi-finalists to make it through to Sunday’s final have been revealed, as impressionist Ben Nickless and duo Flintz & T4ylor won over the judges and adoring public.

After Ben was announced as the overall winner of the night, it was up to judges David Walliams, Amanda Holden, Alesha Dixon and Simon Cowell to decide which of the two remaining acts in the top three would become finalists.

The choice was between music duo Flintz & T4ylor and dog act Amber and her dancing Collies, with David and Alesha going for the former.

However, Amanda chose to throw her support behind Amber and her Collies, leaving the final choice up to media mogul Simon.

In the end, he refrained from leaving the final decision up to the public vote, backing Flintz & T4ylor, meaning that Amber and her Collies were out of the running.

Tuesday night’s semi-final was a varied show indeed, opening with a performance from Dutch dog trainer Amber and two Collies in a Pirates of the Caribbean-themed show.

Fan-favourites Flintz & T4ylor are in the final! (Picture: Dymond/Thames/Rex/Shutterstock)

This was followed by an emotional turn on stage by the Armed Forces Children’s Choir, who were crying as the judges got up on their feet and showered the kids with praise.

Nine-year-old magician Ryland Petty, who’s been compared to Harry Potter, wowed the audience with his Rubik’s cube tricks, while Pride Of Britain 2019 Child of Courage Award winner Dante Marvin had everyone dancing in their seats with his groovy tune.

Rap and pianist duo Flintz & T4ylor astounded the judges and viewers alike with their incredible performance, while impressionist Ben Nickless also proved a hit with the panel.

Amber and her Collies stumbled at the final hurdle (Picture: Dymond/Thames/Rex/Shutterstock)

However, escapologist Andrew Basso proved less of a delight, leaving judges David, Alesha and Amanda disappointed, much to Simon’s shock – after the performer submerged himself in complete darkness in a tank filled with water while chained up with restraints.

The top three acts of the night were Flintz & T4ylor, Ben Nickless and Amber and the dancing collies… but only two spaces in the final were up for grabs.

Britain’s Got Talent returns tomorrow night at 8pm on ITV and ITV Hub.

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