Two Lincolnshire acts are battling for Britain’s Got Talent glory in the live semi finals of the popular ITV show.
The Garnett family from Lincolnshire are taking to the stage live tonight.
Helen Garnett, 46, and her daughters Rachel, 20, and twins Abi and Anna, 17, stunned the audience and judges in their audition when they sang Jess Glynne’s Take Me Home.
The musical group, headed by Helen who also runs the All For One Choir in Lincoln, were selected to go through to the live semi-finals on Saturday night.
The family said when they found out the news: “We did it! Through to live semis of Britain’s Got Talent, elated. Thank you Yorkshire and Lincolnshire for all your support and prayers. We will be singing live on Monday 23rd May.
“Please watch us on Monday night, we having been working very hard and we are going to sing for you. And please vote for an everyday family doing what they love, for the people they love.”
Dog trainer Lucy Heath, 30, from Billingborough and her performing pooch Trip Hazard are also through to the live shows.
Trip, who is a cross between a Pomeranian and a Maltese, is described by Lucy as a “crowd pleaser” and a “dog with a difference”.
He made all the right moves in his dance act, achieving a resounding “yes” across the board and charming his way through to the next round.
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