The 45 acts who have made it through to the live semi-finals of Britain’s Got Talent 2012 have been revealed following the final auditions show of the series.

After the remaining highlights from London and Edinburgh as well as other cities across the UK, the judges managed to whittle down all the acts they had chosen to just 45 who will compete over the next week for a place in next Saturday’s final.

The first semi-final will take place on Sunday night followed by live shows every night this week.

Two acts from each show will be voted through to the final next Saturday chosen from a mix of public and judges’ votes.

And the lucky 45 are as follows:

Analiza Ching, violinist

Aquabatique, synchronised swimming act

Ashleigh and Pudsey, dancing dog act

Ashley Elliot, 16-year-old xylophone player

B Minor, four piece teenage girl group

Beatrix von Bourbon, burlesque performer

Billy George, acrobatic circus performer

Brynolf and Ljang, magic duo

Callum Oakley, teenage stand-up comedian

Cascade, dance troupe

Chica Latina, Colombian-born singer

Dennis Egel, German-born singer

Faceteam, Hungarian basketball stars

Michael Fish, drummer

Four Corners, male/female dance troupe

Gatis Kandis, Latvian stand-up comedian

Graham Blackledge, organist and singer

Honey Shazad, singer

Hope Murphy, 16-year-old singer

Jive Aces, musical group

Jonathan Antoine and Charlotte Jaconelli, singing/opera duo

Kai and Natalia, ballroom dance duo

Karizma Krew, dance troupe

Lauren Thalia, 12-year-old singer

Greig Stewart, musician playing ‘lazor harp’

LED Robots, dance troupe

Loveable Rogues, musical trio

Lucky Franco, singing contortionist

Malakai Paul, nine-year-old singer

Martyn Croft, Dalek impersonator

Molly Rainford, 11-year-old singer

Nu Sxool, dance troupe

Only Boys Aloud, male voice choir

Paige Turley, 14-year-old singer

Rachel Knowland, singer

Ryan O’Shaughnessy, singer-songwriter and guitarist

Sam Kelly, singer and guitarist

Strictly Wheels, wheelchair dance act

The Mend, boy band

The Showbears, song and dance troupe

The Sugar Dandies, male dance duo

The Zimmers, singing pensioners

Twist and Pulse Dance Company, dance troupe

United We Stand, dance troupe

Zipparah ‘Mr Zip’ Tafari, rapper