Britain's Got Talent 2015 semi-final 3: Five acts to watch out for from dance group UDI to magician Jamie Raven

Some of the acts really do have talent, but only two can make it through to the series final on Sunday

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With Sunday night’s Britain’s Got Talent final drawing closer, we take a look at the acts to watch out for in tonight’s semi-final.

Dylan Byrd, Ella Shaw, Gracie Wickens-Sweet, IMD Legion, Jamie Raven, Narinder Dhani, The Kingdom Tenors, The Sakyi Five and UDI will all be performing in Wednesday night’s semi-final but only two acts will go through to the next round.

Take a look at the performances tipped to make the big time.

UDI - Light Dance Group

The Siberian dance act have won over the judges so far, with Aleysha Dixon calling their unique light performance "perfect". If the group win they hope to build a big school in their home country to teach dance to underprivileged children.

Jamie Raven - Magician

Get ready to see some mind-boggling magic tricks from this innovative 31-year-old. After turning £50 notes into customised bank of BGT notes, even Simon Cowell had to admit he "actually believes in magic".

Ella Shaw - Singer-songwriter

At just 18, Ella Shaw has impressed the judges with her self-penned song "Summertime" - not to mention her piano playing.

The Kingdom Tenors - Singers

Made up of 25 men with 'real jobs' from a car mechanic to a bar tender, this vocal group earned many a scream from women in the live audience when they first auditioned with Westlife's "You Raise Me Up".

IMD Legion - Dance Troupe

Britain's Got Talent has seen many a dance troupe like IMD Legion, but it doesn't make them any less impressive. Can they distinguish themselves enough to get through to the final though?

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