Well now we know.. Britain's dog talent; POLLY HUDSON ON THE FIRST BGT SEMI-FINAL.
AT times it felt we would never get there. But finally, after more than six million years of auditions, the BGT semi-finals have arrived.
Prince Charles must be on the edge of his seat. Obviously the dog must win. Simple as that.
Kate Nicholas's mum said she has no human friends, just Gin the dog, but if you must have a canine as a best mate, that's the dog to pick.
It sums up the spirit of this brilliantly ludicrous show if a dog wins it. They're through to the final, so please make it so.
The other act to get through, Signature, were described by Simon Cowell as truly original. Somewhat bizarre for a tribute act. Still, Michael Jackson's two remaining fans did themselves proud and if the dog can't do it, I hope they do.
Paul Michael Machell? I don't get the joke. If it is a joke. The way the crowd booed him made me want to give him a cuddle but I never want to hear him play a keyboard again, thanks.
I felt a bit sorry for Dean Wilson but I'm sure a successful West End career beckons and being beaten by a dog will probably be just what he needs to get his feet on the ground.
Piers Morgan moaned that Phil Blackmore's act took ages to get started. What does he expect? He was working with a barbecue. He also outdid himself by calling Dean Wilson's song a "winning performance". Close but no cigar, Piers.
FLYING MUTT Gin bounds over Katie and inset, Signature