But although it seems like it only just started, the series is actually set to conclude next weekend.
ITV have confirmed that the Britain’s Got Talent final will take place at the beginning of June.
Meaning that next week will see the acts battle it out in front of the judges in the semi-finals.
Simon Cowell, Amanda Holden, Alesha Dixon and David Walliams will oversee proceedings as contestants attempt to make it through to the last stage in the competition.
Britain’s Got Talent 2017: The ITV talent show is set to conclude next weekend [ITV]
Britain’s Got Talent 2017: This series has seen some of the most daring an entertaining acts to date [Wenn]
Meanwhile Ant and Dec will continue their hosting duties as the series switches to its live episodes.
So ahead of the Britain’s Got Talent final, here’s everything we know about it so far…
When is the Britain’s Got Talent 2017 final?
The Britain’s Got Talent final will air on ITV on Saturday June 3 at 7.30pm.
When are the Britain’s Got Talent 2017 semi-finals?
The June 4 final will conclude a week of live semi-final shows.
From Monday to Friday next week, Britain’s Got Talent will be on for an hour and a half from 7.30pm.
There will also be an additional BGT results show from 9.30pm until 10pm.
Which acts will be in the Britain’s Got Talent 2017 final?
Britain’s Got Talent results: Ned Woodman has got through to the finals[ITV]
Britain’s Got Talent results: Tokio Myers will join Ned Woodman in the final [ITV]
Britain’s Got Talent: Matt Edwards has made it to the finals [ITV]
Britain’s Got Talent: Issy Simpson was comforted as she got emotional over making it to the final [ITV]
On Wednesday, Tokio Myers and Ned Woodman became the fifth and sixth acts to gain a place in the finale.
The pianist and comedian won the most public votes during the third live semi-final.
On Tuesday, Issy Simspson and Matt Edwards became the third and fourth acts to gain a place in Britain’s Got Talent final.
The acts, both magicians, won the most public votes during the second live semi-final.
On Monday night, Kyle Tomlinson and DNA were awarded the first two spots in the grand final.
The singer, who was David’s Golden Buzzer act, and the magicians beat Miss Treat Vibes to secure a place in Sunday’s show.
Who are this year’s Britain’s Got Talent Golden Buzzer acts?
All four Britain’s Got Talent judges, and hosts Ant and Dec, have chosen a Golden Buzzer act.
These contestants were granted a guaranteed place in the semi-finals after their first audition.
Simon was the first to press his buzzer, choosing 15-year-old singer Sarah Ikumu after her incredible audition with And I Am Telling You.
Alesha was then blown away by dance group Just Us after they impressed her with their daring routine.
Britain’s Got Talent 2017: Ant and Dec chose magician Matt Edwards to sail through to the BGT semi-finals as their Golden Buzzer act [ITV]
Amanda used her buzzer on comedian Daliso Chaponda while Ant and Dec chose magician Matt Edwards.
And just last week, David reduced Kyle Tomlinson to tears by choosing him as his Golden Buzzer.
The auditionee had tried out for the show three years ago but was rejected by the Little Britain star.
It certainly looks like he impressed him the second time round!
Britain’s Got Talent 2017: Singer Kyle Tomlinson was left in tears as David Walliams pressed his Golden Buzzer [ITV/Thames / Syco Entertainment]
Who is favourite to win Britain’s Got Talent 2017?
At the moment there is no clear favourite, though acts like the Missing People Choir, The Miss Treats and Reuben Gray have all been tipped for success.
What is the Britain’s Got Talent winner’s prize?
The lucky will win a cash prize of £250,000, as well as a spot at this year’s Royal Variety Performance.