Britain's Got Talent 2013 continued with yet more auditions on ITV last night, and here's a picture recap!
Last night's latest episode was in London and the try outs were taking place at the London Palladium for the first time in the show's history.
Judge David Walliams remarked at the top of the show: "I hope we see some real variety acts because they’ll really look great on a stage like this.”
And there was certainly some variety on display, with magician Aaron Crow getting co-host Ant on stage for his dangerous stunt.
There was also the usual range of singers and musicians too, but 11-year-old Beyonce fan Asanda Jezile proved a stand out, while Mother and Son only had a fan in David Walliams!
Competitive piano players - yes, apparently such a thing exists - Rob and Craig split the panel with their act Duelling Pianos, but managed to scrape through into the round.
The latest auditions also had a rather rubbish impressionist and a rollerskating dinner lady who refused to stop.
Meanwhile four piece London group Lumities put a spin on the bland bands we've seen in previous years, while 22-year-old Welsh bricklayer Robbie Kennedy closed the show with a mesmerising performance.
Britain's Got Talent 2013 continues next Saturday night on ITV.