Hilarious Irish 80's dancers wow Britain's Got Talent judges - except Simon

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"It was a really, really moving performance and I'm really glad you came back and proved me wrong".

Magical duo DNA and teen singer Kyle Tomlinson have made it through to the Britain's Got Talent final.

Audley's audition comes as the judges face the hard task of cutting down this year's group of talented contestants to those who will get a chance to perform in the live semi-finals alongside the five golden buzzer acts.

They include former Fifth Harmony member Camila Cabello, Alfie Boe with a hologram of Vera Lynn, the Bat Out Of Hell The Musical cast, X Factor's 5 After Midnight and Britain's Got Talent reigning champion, magician Richard Jones. Girl group Miss Treat Vibe finished third.

However, despite the Irish schoolkids' stellar performance which sounded live, viewers on Twitter were left accusing them of miming thanks to the snippet of backing track sound.

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A spokesperson for BGT told The Sun Online: "A technical glitch meant that the wrong song was played at the start of St Patrick's Junior Choir performance as well as some vocals recorded during a rehearsal from them".

Alas, only two acts could make it through and after a tense few moments, Ant and Dec revealed that teenage singer Kyle Tomlinson and DNA had been voted through to the final.

It's the most nervous time of the night but Tyrone and Mina seem pretty relaxed backstage.

Britain's Got Talent continues tonight with the second semi-final at 7:30pm on ITV.

The only person not impressed was judge Simon Cowell.

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