The final Golden Buzzer act of the series by Britain's Got Talent has been revealed

The final Golden Buzzer act of the series by Britain's Got Talent has been revealed ...

Tonight, Britain''s Got Talent judge Alesha Dixon made her Golden Buzzer choice (May 14).

After Ant McPartlin and Dec Donnelly''s move for magician Keiichi Iwasaki last week, Her''s was the only one remaining, and it was musical duo Flintz & Taylor careing for it this time around.

Flintz, a 22-year-old, performed his autobiographical film ''Change,'' while Taylor, a 17-year-old, provided the backing piano.

"Everything was so clear and so passionate, and I loved hearing your story," Amanda Holden said after the performance.

David Walliams, who landed his Golden Buzzer on the semi-finals, said that he loved that you had something to say, and that a lot of people watching this will relate to it, and they''ll send a very positive message from it, which I believe is fantastic."

"It was real, and I loved it," said the famously harsh critic. Everything was just phenomenal, even if your voice seemed to be overwhelmed at the end, it was just a fantastic audition."

Then came the crowning moment for Flintz and Taylor, with Alesha''s Golden Buzzer preceded by these words: "Nothing makes me more satisfied than seeing young musicians." We''ve had no-one on the show like you before, which is fantastic.

"And they say in life, "Save the best till last!"

Will the performers earn a spot at the Royal Variety Performance?

On ITV, Britain''s Got Talent airs on Saturday nights at 8pm.