Britain’s Got Talent Final appearance for Welwyn Garden City singer tonight

PUBLISHED: 12:01 31 May 2015 | UPDATED: 12:01 31 May 2015

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A singer from Welwyn Garden City will be appearing in tonight’s Britain’s Got Talent Final on ITV.

The Neales singing in an earlier round of Britain's Got Talent. The father and sons have made it through to the final. [Picture: Tom Dymond / THAMES/SYCO TV / ITV]The Neales singing in an earlier round of Britain's Got Talent. The father and sons have made it through to the final. [Picture: Tom Dymond / THAMES/SYCO TV / ITV]

Be sure to catch Welwyn Garden City resident Phil Neale in the Britain’s Got Talent 2015 series finale this evening (Sunday).

Phil, 24, will be performing with his dad and two brothers, for the chance to appear at the Royal Variety Performance.

The Neales impressed the judges in their semi-final on Thursday night with a performance of Cat Stevens song Father and Son.

The four-piece’s performance even got Simon Cowell “quite emotional”.

In Friday’s semi-final, an impressionist and another singer got through, with BGT judge Cowell’s golden buzzer boy Calum Scott and Danny Posthill both reaching the final.

They will join Isaac Waddington, The Neales, Jamie Raven, UDI, Côr Glanaethwy, Entity Allstars, Jules O’Dwyer and Matisse, and Old Men Grooving to battle it out for the 2015 Britain’s Got Talent crown, the chance to appear at the Royal Variety Performance and the £250,000 first prize.

As well as the respective semi-final winners, there was a twist in the tale on Friday night.

Viewers were asked to vote for one act to go through with a wild card, to join the Judges’ Wild Card choice.

The Britain’s Got Talent Final starts at 7.30pm tonight (Sunday) on ITV.

Votes open after all the acts have performed and you can vote by phone, or for free via the BGT app (* data charges may apply).


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