Britain's Got Talent 2017 auditions continued on Saturday night and here the best try outs from the fourth 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...
Essex teenager Harry Gardner entered BGT to "share my music with other people and see if they can relate".
His original track 'Not Alone' - a tribute to his late Nan, who suffered from Alzheimer's disease - certainly resonated with the judges, who welled up at the emotional track.
"That really moved me," Amanda said. "I just wish your grandmother could see what you've done today. She'd be so proud of you."
Hunky four piece 4G made quite the impression on the Britain's Got Talent judges at the weekend.
4G first appeared on the show last year, describing themselves as a "men's artistic gymnastic act."
They got four yeses at their audition but didn't make the live shows.
Back for a second shot this year, the group appeared on ITV2's More Talent with another eye catching routine.
This team of four female contortionists came from Russia with the hope of winning the "honour" to perform for the royal family.
Their awe-inspiring display culminated with them forming a human tower, while folding themselves in half backwards.
"You girls are not human! Unbelievable, that was a visual treat," said Alesha, while Amanda described them as "unworldly".
65-year-old Christine, a former nurse and registrar, told of her love of music and said she hoped BGT would help her "learn a lot more in this adventure".
However, no-one was quite expecting that adventure to involve her taking to the decks as a DJ! Her set got the entire room up and dancing, and Alesha even offered to be her MC.
"It doesn't matter that you can't mix," the former Mis-Teeq star smirked.
Britain's Got Talent continues Saturday nights on ITV.