BRITAIN'S Got Talent viewers have 'worked out' the secret clue that shows which act will win each semi final.
The fifth and final instalment of the semi finals week aired last night – and Simon Cowell's Golden Buzzer act Axel Blake was the last performer to get through to the grand final.
Ventriloquism act Jamie Leahey, opera singer Maxwell Thorpe, duo Flintz & Taylor, impressionist Ben Nickless, comedian Eva Abley are also a few of the lucky ones to make it through.
They are joined by singer Tom Ball, dance group Five Star Boys, singer Loren Allred and nature-inspired Aneeshwar Kunchala.
But some fans have pointed out on Twitter that they already knew those acts were going through to the final.
One wrote: "Just finished watching the final #BGT live semi… So correct me if I’m wrong… Last act to go on, on every one of the five nights – They won their particular show?"
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Another said: "Hasn’t everyone that’s won the show this week has been last on."
A third added: "#AxelBlake goes straight through on #BritainsGotTalent exactly as I predicted last night. He who goes last almost always wins. #BGT is becoming boringly predictable."
A fourth chimed in: "It's all absolute disgrace and 100% fix that Axel Blake got through. He was last on (every one that's gone last this week has won the show). Plus he's @SimonCowell golden buzzer…so, basically, he had a golden ticket straight through to the final."
Tomorrow we will find out who will be crowned winner of the 15th series of the ITV show.
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The final will see the top ten acts from the semi-finals return to compete for the public votes.
One lucky winner will take home a life-changing cash prize of £250,000 and a spot at the Royal Variety Performance 2022.
Watch the Britain's Got Talent final tomorrow at 7.30pm on ITV
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