Half a dozen more talented contestants will battle it out to be named the winner in the final of the Vale’s Got Talent show in December.
Twelve acts including three from the Melton and Vale area have made it through auditions and the second semi-finals to vie for the title.
During the second semi-finals all acts performed in front of a supportive audience at The Grange Radcliffe-on-Trent.
Judge Roy Taylor aka Vince Eager said: “Just when you think the quality of acts can’t get any higher, they do.”
Among the Melton and Vale acts reaching the final are dance acts Africa of the Belvoir Dance Academy, Neon Glee of Brooksby Melton College and Fly Dance of Brooksby Melton College.
Other acts to reach the final include singers Nicola Jerem, Eliza Hill and Ellen Knight, poet Jane Cumming, pianist Lizzy Watts, band One Giants Causeway, dancer Rialto Indcox, trio dance act Elouise, Cerys and Sean and musician Charlie Fearon.
All selected second semi-finalists will join eight other acts in the final, making a total of 20, seven of which are from the Melton and Vale area.
Confirmed Melton and Vale area finalists are dance groups Sax, Waves and Africa of the Belvoir Dance Academy, Neon Glee and Fly Dance of Brooksby Melton College and singers David Newton of Asfordby and Emily Brown of Melton.
The final takes place at the same venue on Friday, December 2, at 7pm.
The competition, with a top cash prize and a coveted trophy, is being organised by the Vale of Belvoir Rotary Club to support its good causes.
The contest is being sponsored by Spire Nottingham Hospital and is supported by Wetherspoons, The Buttercross, Bingham and
Ticket information about the final is available online at http://www.valeofbelvoirrotary.org.uk/vgt%20front%20page.html