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THE miss­ing peo­ple CHOIR

The choir, made up of fam­i­lies of peo­ple who have van­ished, wowed with the beau­ti­ful track

I Miss You, co-writ­ten by mem­ber Peter Box­ell, 70, whose son Lee dis­ap­peared in 1988, aged 15.

Issy simp­son

Harry Pot­ter fan Issy, eight, from Black­pool, is the youngest ma­gi­cian to ap­pear on the show and stunned the judges with magic wor­thy of Hermione Granger.

Harry Gard­ner

There wasn’t a dry eye in the room as Harry, 16, from

Es­sex, per­formed his orig­i­nal song

Not Alone, which he wrote af­ter his nan was di­ag­nosed with Alzheimer’s.

Tokio my­ers

The pi­anist, 32, wowed the crowds and got four yeses from the judges with his unique clas­si­cal mash-up of

De­bussy’s Clair de Lune and Ed Sheeran’s track Blood­stream.

Jonny aw­sum

Jonny, 39, had the en­tire au­di­ence – and a very game Ant and Dec – par­tic­i­pat­ing in his very own mu­si­cal and won over the ini­tially skep­ti­cal judges to score four yeses.

Jess robin­son

The im­pres­sion­ist and teacher, 34, had the judges in stitches af­ter chan­nel­ing the likes of Si­mon’s The X Fac­tor pals Ch­eryl

and Sharon Os­bourne.

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