WATCH: Amazing gospel act is first to book spot in Britain's Got Talent final
100 Voices Of Gospel have won the first place in the grand final of Britain's Got Talent.
The singers received the most votes from the public to secure a place in the last round.
They were followed by mother and son duo Mel And Jamie and singer Kathleen Jenkins.
The judges were asked to vote for which of those two acts they wanted to see in the final.
David Walliams and Alesha Dixon voted for Jenkins, while Amanda Holden went for Mel And Jamie.
Simon Cowell was left with the last vote and chose Mel And Jamie, meaning it was a split decision and the public had to decide.
It was then revealed that Mel And Jamie had got through to the final, which will take place on Saturday May 28.
Cowell had told this year's crop that they have "everything to play for" as the first live semi-final got under way.
With the audition stage over, 40 acts were picked to join the five Golden Buzzer contestants in the live rounds of the show.
Nine acts are took to the stage on Sunday night in a bid to secure one of the slots in the grand final.
Richard Bayton was the first to go, and he entertained the judges with a medley of tracks that had judge David Walliams on his feet.
"Send everyone else home, we've found our winner," he said.
The winner of the ITV show, now in its 10th year, will perform for the Queen at the Royal Variety Show and win a £250,000 prize.