Band and magician through to BGT final

LINCOLNSHIRE band Collabro were "ecstatic" after coming top of last night's Britain's Got Talent semi-final.

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The group, from Louth, were the first winners in a week which will see a massive 45 acts performing to win votes and a place in the grand final.

They gave a rousing performance and go straight into the final.

Of the remaining two acts in the top three - Jon Clegg and Darcy Oake - the judges were divided, with two votes for each but the public vote meant that Oake, a stunning Canadian magician, went through.

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