Harpenden's Alice Fredenham to take to the stage tonight on Britain's Got Talent

Harpenden's Alice Fredenham to take to the stage tonight on TV talent show

Harpenden's Alice Fredenham to take to the stage tonight on TV talent show

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The final line-up for tonight’s Britian’s Got Talent semi-final has been announced, including Harpenden’s Alice Fredenham.

The 28-year-old singer will take to the stage to fight for her place in the final at Wembley Arena.

Bookies have her as second favourite to win tonight’s show, with odds of 5/2.

In tonight’s live programme, which will be aired at 7.30pm on ITV, the beauty therapist will be up against some of the competition’s other most popular acts.

Among them is comedian Jack Carroll, who suffers with Cerebral Palsy.

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14-year-old comedian Jack Carroll

The 14-year-old made the judges, audience and Ant and Dec laugh during his audition.

He is the bookies favourite to win this evening, with odds of 4/7.

Dance troop MD are back in the competition for the third time, and will be trying to beat their previous success by making it through tonight.

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Dance troop MD

Singer songwriter Gabz Gardiner will also be trying to win a place in the finals.

Dressed in a onsie, the 14-year-old from Stevenage sang one of her own songs and played the guitar in her first audition.

Guitar teacher Modupe Obafola, 19, will also be hoping to repeat the success of her performance, during which she covered Justin Bieber’s Boyfriend.

Lift dancers Martin and Marielle, 32 and 36, hope that their lift routine will be enough to take them through to the finals.

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Lift dancers Martin and Marielle

The pair, who are from the Netherlands, have been performing together for two years.

The young Irish duo Jack and Cormac, 13 and 14, will also take to the stage this evening.

Singing and playing guitar, the best friends impressed judges with their cover of Of Monsters and Men’s Little Talks.

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Irish duo Jack and Cormac

The older brother of pop star Labrinth, Josh McKenzie, known as McKnasty, will be showing off his DJing and drumming tonight.

The 27-year-old, who lives in London, has only been drumming for six months.

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The older brother of pop star Labrinth, known as McKnasty

Boyfriend and girlfriend duo Meat Diva will be taking their tribute act onto the stage again this evening.

In their audition they sang impressions of Tina Turna, Cher and Freddie Mercury.

Tonight’s show is the second of the semi-finals.

The live finals will take place a week on Saturday.

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