Amanda Holden has teased her golden buzzer act on Britain's Got Talent 2018.
Right now we've met four of this year's golden buzzer acts, who are guaranteed a place in the live semi-finals.
Ant and Dec were the first to be seen hitting their golden buzzer this year, picking magician Marc Spelmann. 46-year-old magician Marc from London wowed in the first round of auditions, performing a mind reading routine involving the judges and his daughter.
Simon Cowell pressed his golden buzzer next for father and son singing act 43-year-old Dad, Tim Goodacre and 12-year-old Jack Goodacre, from Norwich. The father and son sang an original song ‘The Lucky One’s together, acoustically with guitars.
We then saw David Walliams' golden buzzer for 2018 was singer Donchez Dacres. A 60-year-old AA man, Donchez got everyone on their feet with his original song ‘Wiggle Wine.
An in last Saturdays episode, we met 42-year-old singer Lifford Shillingford from South London who Alesha Dixon hit her golden buzzer for.
So what do we know about Amanda Holden's golden buzzer act?
She was actually the first do hit it on the first day of filming, selecting a male singer who reportedly had a 'SuBo' moment.
Amanda teased of her golden buzzer act: "I pressed it on the first day in Blackpool and that’s not something I would have predicted. I thought I would have played a longer game.
"I thought I’d be paranoid that I would miss out on so much more. But you have to go with the feeling in your tummy and I got that feeling. I had to press my golden buzzer."
She added: "It was right in the moment; the man did an amazing rendition of his song. For me he was in absolutely the right time, the right moment, the right person. I can’t wait to see what he does in the live shows."
Britain's Got Talent 2018 continues Saturday night on ITV at 8PM with the latest round of auditions.