Last night saw the fourth Britain’s Got Talent semi-final put two more acts into Sunday night’s live final, all competing to win a slot in the Royal Variety Show and £250,000.
But BGT fans have noticed a weird trend, following the order of performances and those that win each night.
By huge coincidence the final act to perform each night this week, has made it through to the final.
Every show, the three top acts with the most public votes are revealed, with the highest public vote immediately becoming a finalist.
The judges then decide between the two remaining acts and vote to choose one more to go through.
On Monday night, the D-Day Darlings were last to perform and won a place in the final.
Tuesday night saw judge David Walliams’ golden buzzer act, Donchez Dacres win over the judges and the public, making it through while he was also the last act to perform.
The third semi-final round on Wednesday night saw Welsh opera singer Gruffydd Wyn Roberts perform last, before being voted by the judges to win a place in the live final alongside comedy singer Robert White.
And last night, in the penultimate semi-final, dance troupe DVJ were last to take the stage and first to be put through to the final.
Taking to Twitter, many picked up on the bizarre trend, and wondered whether they could try to predict the next