Ryan O'Shaughnessy Makes It To The BGT Final
As Aquabatique take the last spot in Saturday's finale...
Britain's Got Talent semi-final with another of his own songs.
Last Saturday it seemed as though the singer songwriter's dreams were in tatters.
No only was he heartbroken over a girl but, still under contract with Universal Records after a brief spell on Simon Cowell pointed out: "Their loss is our gain... I really, really, really like you," while David Walliams called the singer a "major star".
Sadly, there was no fairytale ending on the romantic front as Ryan admitted he and the unnamed girl were still just friends.
Fighting it out for the last place in the final were synchronised swimmers Aquabatique and acrobat Billy George. Both acts had impressed the judges, Billy with his astonishing hoop skills (and his six pack), and Aquabatique with their James Bond-themed underwater routine.
Three judges voted to send the gold swimsuit-clad girls into the final, partial compensation, at least, for missing out on this year's Olympics.
Falling at the final hurdle on yesterday's semi-final were 16-year-old singer Hope Murphy, teen comedian Callum Oakley, basketball stunt group Face Team, rapping dalek Martyn Crofts, dance duo Strictly Wheels and laser harp performer Greig Stewart.
Tune in to ITV1 on Saturday at 19.30pm to see who will be crowned the winner of Britain's Got Talent 2012.