Britain’s Got Talent 2019 kicks off on Saturday on ITV and here’s a first look at all the auditions.
Tomorrow evening (April 6) sees a bumper opening episode on ITV from 7:15PM with a total of twelve acts going before the judges.
Amanda Holden, Alesha Dixon, David Walliams and Simon Cowell return to the panel while Ant and Dec are back watching on from the sidelines.
As always, acts need three or more yeses to get through although there's also the golden buzzer which will see five acts sent straight through to the live shows.
The opening episode sees a host of variety, starting with The Queen (sort of) who gives a royal address to the nation in what Dec describes as an "unexpected treat".
Dance acts performing include all female group from Japan Fabulous Sisters plus a group of kids from Flakefleet Primary School.
A number of music acts also show off their talents: There's four piece Y Pedwar Covi, made up of musicians from Wales who hope to take their act global.
We also meet 18-year-old classical singer Faith Tucker, 42-year-old comedy singer-songwriter Siobhan Phillips and Ron, a 45-year-old singing Dalek from Nottinghamshire.
Meanwhile, variety acts come in all forms.
We're treated to Jimmy Tamley, a professional comedian ventriloquist from Devon who gets both Amanda Holden and David Walliams involved with his act.
Then a mysterious woman called Elizabeth takes to the stage to present The Haunting, a unique magic act. She tells the judges: "I'm here to show you something special and try to make the impossible possible."
Finally, there's the Vardanyan Brothers from Russia who perform a dangerous balancing act involving swords.
Britain’s Got Talent 2019 airs at 7:15PM on Saturday on ITV with the first auditions.
Straight after at 8:40PM you can tune in to Britain’s Got More Talent on ITV2 with Stephen Mulhern.