DJ Dizzy Twilight proved a hit on Britain's Got Talent 2017 tonight.
Dizzy - real name Christine Tew - is a 65 year old retired registrar and nurse from Wiltshire.
Christine, who has been happily married for 44 years, has loved music since her childhood and has been doing her act since retiring five years ago.
She told the judges ahead of her audition: "Through my childhood and growing up years I remember my father playing the piano and I was put of an orchestra and part of a choir.
"If I got the opportunity to perform in front of the Royal Family it'd be a great privilege."
With many expecting some sort of classical music piece, Christine shocked the judges and audience as she took up a spot behind a pair of mixing decks.
Dizzy Twilight then came out to play as Christine mixed a music mash up for the panel with songs as varied as Little Mix's Black Magic and Frank Sinatra's My Way.
After the performance, Alesha Dixon quipped: "If you ever need an MC, DJ Dizzy, I'm your girl... that was brilliant, I was feeling the vibes."
"Oh my God Christine!" reacted Simon Cowell. "I always say I can't be surprise any more on these shows and now you just mugged us."
With four yesses, DJ Dizzy was put through to the next round of auditions.
Other acts on this weekend's show included Angara Contortion who hail from Buryatia, Russia and took to the BGT stage with a body bending routine which left the Judges open-mouthed.
We also met "Hoop Guy", John Parnell, the Perfect Pitch Creation choir, man band The Boyz and singer Harry Gardner.
Britain's Got Talent 2017 continues Saturday nights on ITV.