Vote Now for Britain’s Got Talent 2014 Wildcard Nominee!

Britain’s Got Talent 2014 has another new twist to it — you, the audience, can help pick the wildcard act for the 2014 finals!  That’s right! It’s up to you, and below you’ll find a link you can use to place your online vote right now. No need to call — just place your vote by clicking a link. See below.


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Who is the Britain’s Got Talent wild card act?

While the ITV talent show has its ten finalists, there’s still a space for a wild card act to join them and to compete for the £250,000 prize and the chance to perform in front of the Queen at the Royal Variety Performance.

The first semi-final show saw musical theatre boyband Collabro and Canadian illusionist Darcy Oake make it through to the final, while the second saw teenage singer James Smith and dance act the Addict Initiative sail through.

Operatic singer Lucy Kay and well-heeled dancers Yanis Marshall, Arnaud and Medhi won the third semi-final and the fourth was taken by singing and rapping duo Bars and Melody and ultra posh violinist Lettice Rowbotham.

The fifth and final semi-final was won by swing boyband Jack Pack and salsa-dancing granny Paddy Jones and dance partner Nico, leaving just the wildcard to be picked.

But which act deserves a second chance at competing in the final?

One act will be chosen to be this year’s BGT wild card but who do you think it should be?

Who is the Britain’s Got Talent wild card act?

VOTE FOR YOUR FAVORITE BRITAIN’S GOT TALENT WILDCARD ACT HERE:

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While the ITV talent show has its ten finalists, there’s still a space for a wild card act to join them and to compete for the £250,000 prize and the chance to perform in front of the Queen at the Royal Variety Performance.

The first semi-final show saw musical theatre boyband Collabro and Canadian illusionist Darcy Oake make it through to the final, while the second saw teenage singer James Smith and dance act the Addict Initiative sail through.

Operatic singer Lucy Kay and well-heeled dancers Yanis Marshall, Arnaud and Medhi won the third semi-final and the fourth was taken by singing and rapping duo Bars and Melody and ultra posh violinist Lettice Rowbotham.

The fifth and final semi-final was won by swing boyband Jack Pack and salsa-dancing granny Paddy Jones and dance partner Nico, leaving just the wildcard to be picked.

But which act deserves a second chance at competing in the final?

Likewise, singer Micky Dumoulin impressed with his vocals but he was one of the acts whose sob back story could’ve turned off the audience but if he gets one more chance then he could sing his way to victory.

Singing Let It Go is no mean feat but 16-year-old singer Jodi Bird made it look easy. The Scottish singer was in the top three for the second semi-final but the judges chose dance act the Addict Initiative to go through to the final instead.


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VOTE FOR YOUR FAVORITE BRITAIN’S GOT TALENT WILDCARD ACT HERE:

http://www.mirror.co.uk/tv/tv-news/who-britains-talent-2014-wildcard-3635528