Dalitso Chaponda, a son to former Minister of Agriculture, Irrigation and Water Development Dr. George Chaponda has reached the semifinals of the Britain’s Got talent TV show with his comedy ‘Amanda Holden’s golden buzzer’.

The semifinals well be held today from 7.30pm-9.00pm. The results show will be broadcast later the same night, from 9.30pm-10.00pm.

Tonight’s semi-final will see a return for Amanda Holden’s favourite new comedian, as well as a dance routine from an Irish sibling double-act who could turn out to be the new Jedward.

Here is the full line-up:

Daliso Chaponda: Amanda Holden chose this “bloody hilarious” 37-year-old Manchester comedian as her golden buzzer act. Chaponda has moved around a lot: originally from Malawi, he studied in Canada at the University in Montreal, where he entered his first open mic comedy night – and has now turned his hobby into his career.

Code 3: Claudia (14), Tag (14) and Maria (16) are an all-female dance group, who have attended the same street dance school in Kent, which is run by Claudia’s mum, since they were children. Their biggest influences are Little Mix and Beyoncé.

Jamie Lee Harrison: Harrison (24) is a singer-songwriter who found his passion for music while at university. Since then, he has been performing at local pubs and clubs around his hometown of Newcastle.

Perfect Pitch Creation: Led by Emma Hopkins, this choir of children from a range of Derbyshire schools earned four thumbs up from the judges in the auditions.

Jess Robinson:London impressionist Robinson, 34, has been making audiences laugh with her act for over 10 years and dreams of becoming a full-time performer. She currently works as a teacher.

Missing People Choir: A community choir of people whose loved ones have gone missing. During their emotional audition they sang their original song I Miss You, with Alesha telling them, “It was such a beautiful way to raise awareness”, and Amanda adding, “It was such a gorgeous audition”.

Lords Of Strut: Sean (35) and Seamus (36) are dancing brothers from Cork. In their audition, they wowed the judgest with an Eighties-inspired routine set to A-ha’s Take on Me.

TNG Characters: This 27-person dance troupe from London left the judges impressed (and a little scared) by auditioning while dressed as circus clowns.

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