‘The day that could change our lives’ - Norfolk duo Jack and Tim prepare for Britain’s Got Talent final

Tim and Jack Goodacre on Britain's Got Talent. Picture: Tom Dymond/Syco/Thames ITV

Tim and Jack Goodacre on Britain's Got Talent. Picture: Tom Dymond/Syco/Thames ITV - Credit: PA

A father-and-son duo from Norfolk will battle it out tonight for a £250,000 prize as they take on 10 other acts in the Britain's Got Talent final.

Jack and Tim Goodacre earned their place in the live final following their performance of self-penned song Big Wide World in Thursday's semi-final.

The pair, from Eccles near Attleborough, said they are 'incredibly grateful for this opportunity' as they prepared for tonight's show.

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They tweeted: 'Today's the day that could change our lives forever. We are humbled and so incredibly grateful for this opportunity to share our music with you. Thank you so much for all your support it's been an emotional ride.'

DVJ, a dance troupe set up by former winners Diversity, will also take to the stage at the Hammersmith Apollo alongside comedian The Lost Voice Guy, choir The D-Day Darlings and David Walliams' golden buzzer act Donchez Dacres.

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Young singer Calum Courtney and musical comedians Robert White and Micky P Kerr are also finalists as is opera singer and Amanda Holden's golden buzzer act, Gruffydd Wyn.

The final act through from the semi-finals were Vietnamese pair The Giang Brothers after they finished second in Friday night's show.

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A wild card act - chosen by the judges from the 30 acts who failed to qualify - will also perform with a chance to take the Britain's Got Talent crown.

Comedian Robert White is currently the bookies choice to win with Lost Voice Guy, Dvj and Micy P Kerr also favourites.

The eventual champion will take home £250,000 and a spot at the Royal Variety Performance.

• The Britain's Got Talent final airs on ITV at 7.30pm.

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