Here's a first look at all the fun to come from Britain's Got Talent 2019 this year.
What will be series 13 of Britain's Got Talent will air on TV on ITV from Saturday April 6, the channel has confirmed.
The line up of judges are unchanged for a seventh year having proved a hit since first coming together in 2012.
Meanwhile, it's been reported that Ant and Dec will reunite to host the series after Ant stepped down last year from presenting the live shows.
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A new trailer features all of the hosts and judges, plus a first look at some of this year's acts.
They include the usual singer and dancers, plus strippers, magicians, and a very flexible harpist.
But who will get buzzed off, who will get through and which five lucky acts will get a golden buzzer?
Back again for 2019, the golden buzzer can be hit by each of the judges and hosts to send one act straight into the live shows.
The new series launches with a bumper long episode from 7:15PM on Saturday, April 6 on ITV.
Britain's Got Talent auditions will then continue Saturday nights throughout the spring ahead of the live shows later in the year.
Thousands applied and auditioned for the new series, which will see one act walk away with a massive £250,000 cash prize in a grand final.
There were auditions across the country earlier this year with all sorts of acts going before the panel in the hope of getting a yes.
Leanne stunned the theatre when she took to the stage and revealed she'd "survived Grenfell".
Simon is quoted as telling her: “You should be very proud.... For everyone who lost their lives and had all this crap thrown at them, you’ve had the courage to come out here and pay tribute. You did something very special for them and for you.”
Alongside the main show, Stephen Mulhern will return to front More Talent on ITV2 straight after the main show.