Britain's Got Talent bosses have dismissed the latest claims of a fix made against the show.
It was the latest round of auditions on Saturday and we met another batch of hopeful acts wanting to make the live shows.
One of the contestants - or rather group of contestants - wanting yeses from the judges were Angara Contortion.
Hailing from Buryatia, Russia, Angara Contortion took to the BGT stage on at the weekend.
And they left the Judges open-mouthed by just how bendy their bodies are as the four girls showcased their skills in a thrilling routine.
Alesha Dixon and Amanda Holden were both left looking shocked by the performance.
And it proved to be more than enough to get Angara Contortion four yeses through to the next round.
However it's now been 'shockingly revealed' that the group aren't undiscovered amateurs who have never performed before, but are rather a well rehearsed circus act.
Who could tell?
A spokesperson for Britain's Got Talent has dismissed the tabloid claims of it being a 'fix' because they have past experience.
"Anyone can apply whether pro or amateur," they commented.
Other acts on this weekend's show include Choir Perfect Pitch Creation who left Simon with a huge smile on his face after covering I Wanna Be Like You from The Jungle Book.
We also met lord of the rings, John Parnell, who took to the stage with his hula hoops and a very catchy tune to show the Judges just why he's better known as the Hoop Guy.
Britain's Got Talent 2017 is back Saturday night at 8PM with the latest round of auditions.