Last night marked the semifinal of Britain's Got Talent, with local dance group Five Star Boys as one of the contestants fighting for a spot in the final.

Originating from Swindon, Ollie Loveday and four other schoolboys aged between 9 and 11 form the dance group Five Star Boys.

Together, they wowed the judges of the long-running show with their anti-bullying contemporary dance.

During last night's show, The Greatest Showman singer Loren Allred was crowned the overall winner after the public vote, having delivered a powerful performance for the last act of the night.

But Five Star Boys made it to the top three with the invisible magic act The Phantom, leaving the final decision up to judges, Simon Cowell, Amanda Holden, David Walliams and Alesha Dixon.

In the end, the judges decided to save the young dance group, having been blown away by their powerful performance to The Greatest Showman track 'This Is Me'.

The other semi-finalists who took part in the live show included pantomime dames Dame Nation, frontline workers choir The Frontline Singers, entertainer Bethan Marshall, known as Mary P (aka Mary Poppins), comedian Stefano Paolini and the bonkers comedy routine by Titan the Robot.

The dancing group known as Fivestar Boys wowed the judges of the long-running show with their anti-bullying contemporary dance.

Ollie comes from a dancing family as his mother, Shona, teaches at the Swindon-based Julie Scott's Dance Academy.

Shona previously told The Adver about Ollie's experience on the show: “Since he's been on the show, I’ve been overwhelmed with the comments he’s had from the school, friends, parents and everyone really. We’ve had so much positive reaction!

"He doesn’t complain, he likes everything he does, as long as he’s dancing, he’s happy."

In their first performance, Ollie and his group impressed the judges so much they received a standing ovation.

It was revealed that some group members have been bullied verbally and physically because of the prejudice towards young male dancers.

Their dance last night to the song This is Me was just as powerful and impressive as their previous performances, leaving both the judges and the viewers in awe.

The final of Britain's Got Talent is aired on Sunday from 7.30pm on ITV.

The competition's winner will receive £250,000 prize money and will perform at the Royal Variety Show