Britain's Got Talent 2017 auditions kicked off on Saturday night and here the best try outs from the first week.
Based on online hits and shares since the weekend, here are the top four ranked performances.
But who came out on top? Here's the full countdown...
Double act Darren 'n' Andrew brought us something different: a mind reading act they claimed "no-one else in the world" is doing.
They identified a contact in Amanda's phone and brought Simon on stage for an astonishing mind game - before puzzling the audience by pointing out that their shirts had changed colour. David remarked that their abilities left the panel "really spooked out".
16-year-old student Sarah Ikumu won the first Golden Buzzer of the series from Simon and a standing ovation from the audience with her powerful rendition of 'And I Am Telling You'.
"It started off really well, I thought this girl's great, then it was like you became possessed halfway through," Simon reviewed. "It was quite incredible. You made it your song."
Amanda added: "I'm thrilled you got a Golden Buzzer, it was mindblowing."
Ned may only be 8 years old, but he immediately caught everyone's attention when he called Amanda a DOG: "Why are people so excited about that talking dog on Britain's Got Talent? Amanda's been on it for years!"
She quickly buzzed, but Ned went on to roast the rest of the judges and eventually won them all over.
"It was really quite savage!" said David, with Simon adding: "You look nice and sweet, but you're very cheeky, and that's why I like you."
Missing People Choir
There wasn't a dry eye in the room when this choir, comprising people with missing family members and workers and supporters of related charities, sang their original song 'I Miss You'.
"I thought that was extraordinary," said Amanda. "I'm glad you've all got each other and I'm glad you've turned such a dreadful thing in to something so massively positive."
Britain's Got Talent continues Saturday nights on ITV.