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Pianist Tokio Myers makes it to the Britain's Got Talent Finals

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Not only did he get into the finals, but the 32-year-old pianist also received the most votes from the public in semi-final three. 

Watch the video, below, of his semi-final stage performance and don't forget to watch the Finals tomorrow Saturday! 

 

 

We also loved his earlier performance, based on Debussy's Clair de lune

 

 

We wish him the best of luck in the finals! 

LONG LIVE THE PIANO! 

 

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