Britain’s Got Talent 2017 is back tonight on ITV and here’s a first look at all the contestants.
Tonight sees another bumper episode on ITV from 8PM with twelve acts hoping for at least three yeses from the judges.
Or even that elusive golden buzzer which would see them straight into the live shows.
Only Simon Cowell has used the golden buzzer so far this year, leaving four automatic spots in the semi-finals up for grabs.
So who are the second batch of hopefuls? Meet the potentially talented, wacky and wonderful lot below…
55 year old bus driver from Hull Tony auditions for the judges with his One Man Band act.
A 69 year old retired entertainer from Blackpool, Lynda has been married three times and has been married to Alf for 36 years. She could be one of the show's most wacky acts yet as she performs a unique musical number in costume.
A 47 year old IT analyst from the Isle of Man, Simon Cowell faces Simon Cowell on BGT tonight. The two Simon's meet one another on stage as Simon the contestant performs his spoon balancing act for Simon the judge.
Gao Lin and Liu Xin
28-year-old Gao Lin and 24-year-old Liu Xin are acrobatic dancers from Beijing, China who have come to Britain's Got Talent because it's the best and the biggest. They’ve been dancing together for 9 years but will the journey from China have been worth it?
9 year old school boy from Barnsley Charley’s unique talent began aged five when he received his first scooter as a present from his dad. He takes to the stage tonight with BGT's first ever scooter stunt show.
An adorable dance group from Clydebank, Scotland, QT Crew is made up of 14 girls, aged 6 to 10, who attend the same dance studio. Will their routine win them four yeses?
After last week's young comic comes a young magician! 8 year old Issy from Blackpool was inspired by her grandfather and has been practicing magic since 2013. She shocks the judges with an impressive illusion.
John and Brandon Pohlhammer
Father and son act John and Brandon from St. Leonards-on-Sea keep it classic with a singing and tap dance performance from the judges.
Reuben Gray sings an original song Lifeline for the judges, written for his girlfriend. Reuben started playing piano aged 7 and has been busking since the age of 13. His dad, who works overseas 9 months of the year, is his biggest fan.
22 year old marketing manager from The Valleys, Wales, Kieran promises a dangerous trick to stun the judges, entering the the stage with a ladder of fire.
39 year old comedian Jonny Awsum invites Ant and Dec to join him on stage for his musical audition and they seem to have a good time - but do the judges?
Britain's Got Talent 2017 is back Saturday night at 8PM on ITV with More Talent straight after on ITV2 from 9:20PM.