SIX MORE TO WATCH
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.
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.
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.
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, 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.
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.