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Two more acts in 'BGT' final

Two more acts in 'BGT' final

Jules O'Dwyer & Matisse and Old Men Grooving are through to the 'Britain's Got Talent' live final.

The 49-year-old dog trainer and her seven-year-old Border Collie automatically secured their spot in the final stage of the ITV talent show after receiving the majority of the public vote during the second round of the semi-finals tonight (26.05.15).

Despite wowing the judges with their energetic routines, Old Men Grooving had to fight off stiff competition from Revelation Avenue.

The gospel singers narrowly missed out on a place in the final on Sunday (31.05.15) after judges Alesha Dixon and Amanda Holden both opted to save them.

But David Walliams made the "tough" decision to back Old Men Grooving, leaving the final decision in the hands of Simon Cowell, who chose to support the five dancing dads, Patrick, Fred, Phil, David and Brett, who hail from London and Essex and range in age from 40-60 years-old.

ITV bosses are yet to confirm whether this year's competition will have a wild card act, where the judges decide on one contestant to be given a second chance and go through to the final.