Week one of Britain's Got Talent 2017 is DONE but which acts did you rate?
A total of twelve acts went before the judges in the opening episode and it was a rather successful night.
Nine got three or more yeses to make the next round while while one other scored the first spot in the live shows thanks to the golden buzzer.
Acts who got through in tonight's show included Ned Woodman, an 8 year old school boy from Maidstone who got four yeses despite roasting the judges with his "savage" jokes.
Dancing PC Dan Graham also got a full set of yeses from the judges together with animal dance troupe Paws with Soul.
Singing impressionist Jess Robinson impressed the panel to get through to the next round alongside magician Niels Harder and variety act Adam Keeler, who performed a comedy dance routine.
More successful auditions came from DNA – made up of duo Andrew (43) from London and Darren (29) from Essex - who stunned the judges with their apparent mind reading.
The Missing People Choir had the judges in tears - and saying yes - with a performance of original song “I Miss You” while so-called 'Doga' expert Mahny and her pet pooch Robbie got three yeses, with Alesha not impressed.
Finally, 16-year-old school girl Sarah Ikumu from Milton Keynes got the first golden buzzer of the series from Simon Cowell after belting out And I Am Telling You, securing her not just a spot in the next round but in the live shows later this month.
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Britain's Got Talent 2017 continues Saturday nights on ITV.
The next episode airs next Saturday night from 8PM.