Kilkenny choir all set for Britain's Got Talent semi finals tonight

The girls from Kilkenny are ready and eagerly awaiting their turn to perform on tonight's Britain's Got Talent Semi Final.

Kilkenny choir all set for Britain's Got Talent semi finals tonight

The choir wowed the judges with their performance of Adiemus in the audition stage of the talent show back in April - and it wasn’t just the choir that impressed. Choral director Veronica McCarron also caused a stir when Simon Cowell flirted with her during the choir's first appearance.

Thanks to Allianz Ireland, the crew set off yesterday for the ITV studios in London.

The semi final is set to be watched by over 12 million people in the UK and Ireland and this time we can vote for them!

Just visit http://www.tv3.ie/bgtvote during tonight’s show at 7:30pm on TV3.

“We are thrilled to be performing in the semi-finals of this very popular competition. Choir has been rehearsing intensively and are looking forward to entertaining the viewers of Ireland and the UK on Thursday night,” said Shane Hallahan, Principal of Presentation School Kilkenny.

“We ask that viewers in Ireland will tune in and support us on the night”.

Good luck ladies, we can’t wait to see what you have in store.

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