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It was week four of the auditions this weekend with eleven more acts facing the judges.
And it proved quite the successful night with ten of them making it through, although a fair few split the panel with their auditions.
Jay Wynn was the first to get through after his singing robot act, although Simon Cowell gave a no.
The music mogul also rejected The Boyz, but their cheesy mash up still won enough yeses to make it through.
Impressionist IrShad Shaikh was another act to get a no from Simon however his brilliantly terrible impressions won over Alesha Dixon, Amanda Holden and David Walliams to get into the next round.
Father and daughter singing duo Martin and Faye, children's choir Perfect Pitch Creation from Derbyshire and teenage dancers Grace and Ali all four four yeses from the judges.
Hailing from Buryatia, Russia, Angara Contortion left the judges open-mouthed by just how bendy their bodies are whereas Harry Gardner had quite the different reaction from the panel after a performance of an emotional original song.
John Parnell aka “Hoop Guy” got four yeses for his hula hooping act as did Christine Tew who took tot he stage under her DJ name Dizzy Twilight
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Britain's Got Talent 2017 auditions are back Saturday night at 8PM on ITV
As usual, More Talent returns with Stephen Mulhern straight after the main show on ITV2.