As tonight's Britain's Got Talent auditions continue in London, with guest judge Louis Walsh stepping in for a busy David Hasselhoff, it seems as though The X Factor judge is confused. He just can’t get is head around some of the show's more wacky hopefuls.
Firstly the judges are faced with a dance act based on Star Wars and Michael Jackson – Darth Dongle and the Princess.
"I didn’t get it at all," Louis says, " I don’t see the point of the act. Didn’t get it at all. I just don’t get it. I just don’t see anything interesting in the act, I just don’t get it. Is it just me?"
Even backstage Ant and Dec have noticed Louis’ confusion, mimicking him! Dec, in an Irish accent, jokes: "I just don’t get it." while Ant adds: "He didn’t get it, there’s a surprise."
Tim is up next to meet the judges, and he’s here to finger snap for them.
"Erm, I didn’t really get it," Louis tells Tim.
"He said it!" jokes Ant from the sidelines again.
Could the next act appeal to Louis? It’s the Underground Dance Company – a 13 strong dance troupe from Burges Hill, all dressed like Edward Scissorhands, dancing to very loud, very fast techno music.
"It was kind of wild and scary. It was a bit frantic," Michael McIntyre says.
However Louis surprising comments: "I didn’t want it to end. I think the choreography was amazing, I loved the image. I loved it all."
"Louis got it, he got it," says Ant, while Dec repeats: "He got it!"
Britain's Got Talent continues tonight at 8PM on ITV1.