When are the Britain's Got Talent results announced and what is the new BGT voting system?

BRITAIN'S GOT TALENT returned after the coronavirus pandemic halted after the auditions.

But it was all very different, as the new voting format means the BGT judges have more power over who to send through.

When will the Britain's Got Talent results be announced?

The Britain's Got Talent judges will pick their top three acts, with one from each semi-final going straight through to the final.

Ashley Banjo, Alesha Dixon and David Walliams vote their favourite with Amanda Holden holding the decider as Head Judge.

The quartet will make their choice at the end of the show with Steve Royle being confirmed as the first person into the final.

But there will also be a place up for grabs for the public to choose – meaning there will be ten acts in the Grand Final.

However, it is unclear as to when these will be announced.

What is the new voting system?

The public will not be able to begin voting for their favourite act until the end of the show when the judges choose who they want to be in the final.

Then those at home can phone, text or vote via the Britain's Got Talent app as to who they want to go through in each of the semi-finals.

Viewers will have until Monday, September 7 to vote for their favourite remaining act for the first semi-final.

When is the Britain's Got Talent Final?

It is still unclear when the final of Britain's Got Talent will be – but it will be some time in October.

The semi-finals will be held over the coming Saturdays.

The second semi-final will take place on Saturday, September 12.

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