10:30 09 May 2012
Boyband Loveable Rogues and singer Molly Rainford are the latest acts to make it into this year's Britain's Got Talent final.
The group won the viewers vote after performing their own track, Lovesick, in Tuesday (8 May) night's semi-final.
Rainford and the Twist and Pulse Dance Company made up the rest of the top three, however it was the 11-year-old singer who came top of the votes.
David Walliams chose to put Molly through, while both Alesha Dixon and Amanda Holden plumped for the dance troupe.
Simon Cowell echoed David's views and opted for Molly, which meant hosts Ant and Dec had to revert back to the public vote for a final decision.
"It's just amazing. I can't believe it. I want to thank [the voters] so much, without them I wouldn't be in the final."
While Loveable Rogues described making it to the final as "bangin'" and "decent".
The Zimmers, Honey Shazad and Ashley Elliot also performed on the night but failed to make it through to this weekend's final.
Catch the next semi-final episode of Britain's Got Talent at 7.30pm on 9 May on ITV1.
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