Destiny gets through to Britain's Got Talent semi-finals

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"This year there will be no judge vote".

On a Facebook post, Destiny broke her news by writing "So happy, made it through the semifinals of Britain's Got Talent. No judge vote at all", the presenter announced.

Malta's young singing sensation Destiny Chukunyere, has made it through to the Britain's Got Talent 2017 semi -finals, following her successful audition in front of Simon Cowell. The top two acts from each night will go into Sunday's final.

After a cracking series so far, next week will see all 40 of the remaining acts perform in the nightly semi-finals, AKA the week when we lie about why we can't go to the pub to stay on our sofa with some crisps every single night.

Simon, Alesha Dixon, David Walliams and Amanda Holden will, however, retain their right to choose a wildcard act as the third and last finalist from each semi-final round.

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Britain's Got Talent airs its live semifinals from Monday to Friday over the next week before the big June 4 grand final.

Through to the semis are the likes of DJ Dizzy Twilight, dancers Grace and Ali, pianist Tokio Myers and the Missing People Choir, and the Golden Buzzer acts - dance troupe Merseygirls, comedian Daliso Chaponda, magician Matt Edwards and singers Kyle Tomlinson and Sarah Ikumu.

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