A Sutton singer has sailed through to the final of Britain’s Got Talent.

Wayne Woodward, 21, will bid for glory in Saturday night’s grand final after he triumphed in the second semi-final last night.

Audiences took to the singer’s cover of Frank Sinatra’s ‘That’s Life’ and voted him through to the last round of the ITV talent show in first place – meaning he skipped the tense panel vote between second and third, later won by stuntman Alex Magala.

Mr Woodward, of West Sutton, said earlier this month that he wanted to celebrate Sinatra’s 100th birthday this year by covering some of the swing legend’s most iconic tunes.

After being congratulated by hosts Ant and Dec, who asked whether his success “had sunk in yet,” the former Kingston College student said: “Yeah, a little bit. Thank you so much to everybody who voting and even if I didn’t get through tonight thank you to the judges and everyone who has come along tonight.”

The cheeky singer even took over the Geordie presenters’ jobs by wishing everyone a safe journey home.

But there was no place in the final for Worcester Park voiceover artist Darren Altman, 43, who was was sent home after finishing in fourth in the first semi-final on Sunday.

The Wimbledon-born dad-of-two had performed impressions of Ant and Dec, Alan Sugar and others at a makeshift restaurant.

But he lost out to 100 Voices of Gospel and mother-and-son duo Mel and Jaime.

Mr Woodward will battle it out to win £100,000 and a chance to perform in front of the Royal family in the final, which will air at 7.30pm on Saturday.