This weekend's Britain's Got Talent saw a menagerie of acts on stage, from dancing raccoons to levitating beauties!
The penultimate round of auditions also saw the first outside try out of the series, as La Quebrada High Diving Productions wowed the judges with a diving routine that saw leaps from up to 25 metres.
Alesha Dixon found herself being serenaded by a string of hunky singers, as E3 Brothers, Mannii, Future Kicks and Lucien Johns all won spots in the next round.
Aliki Chrysochou was also another singer to impress, with Simon Cowell describing her as "special" following a performance of Evanescence's Wake Me Up
Amongst the flops however were a string of animal acts including Patty the painting donkey, Melanie the performing raccoon and Yogi the dancing dog.
But doing better were vocal group Band of Voices and dancer Joseph Hall as they both won a spot in the next round.
Illusionist Stevie Pink also won over the panel, but wacky singer Maarty Broekman split the judges with his original song, getting through with three yeses.
The BGT auditions conclude next Sunday on ITV.