Dancer and singer book final berths
Dancer Razy Gogonea and singer Michael Collings have won their way through to the final of Britain's Got Talent in the last semi-final.
Gogonea won the public vote on the ITV1 show, and Collings was the judges' choice to join him in the final.
Cowell told break dancer Gogonea: "From what I've seen of you I like you. I like people who come in, try hard, get on with the job."
Another judge, Amanda Holden, told him: "You really stormed it tonight. You're my favourite act of the evening."
And fellow judge Michael McIntyre said: "Incredible performance, it was great to see all the lasers and mass production. I'm a fan of you, although I don't think there's a time I've seen you where you haven't cried, you'll be crying soon."
Cowell told Collings: "This proves the point that when you've got it, you've got it. You don't need any effects. This is why artists like Adele are doing so well all over the world, if you've got soul in your voice, and you have. I thought you were fantastic."
The pair will now battle it out with Les Gibson, James Hobley, New Bounce, Jean Martyn, Ronan Parke, Paul Gbegbaje, Jai McDowell and Steven Hall.
After thousands of hopefuls auditioned, it is down to the final 10 acts to compete to win the competition, take home £100,000 prize money and win a slot on this year's Royal Variety Performance.