Tonight, he dances for the nation in the semi-finals of the reality TV show.
And Gibraltarians are uniting in their masses to vote through the Britain’s Got Talent app as telephone voting from abroad is not facilitated.
Nine acts will perform and Lutwyche will be up against glamorous magician Chloe Crawford, opera singer Emma Jones (this year’s answer to Susan Boyle) and a samurai-swinging nine-year-old.
He is set to appear seventh of nine acts.
To see Jonathan’s amazing moves and him teaching the Olive Press to dance, click here.
Britain’s Got Talent is showing on ITV at 7.30pm on Friday evening, and two acts will go through to the finals set for this weekend.
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