Britain’s Got Talent 2019 continues tonight on ITV and here’s a spoiler-filled first look at the penultimate auditions.
This evening sees the seventh and penultimate bumper episode of try outs on ITV from 8PM with more brand new acts hoping for at least three yeses from the judges.
We've now seen David Walliams, Amanda Holden, Simon Cowell, Alesha Dixon and Ant and Dec all use the golden buzzer this year, leaving no automatic spots in the semi-finals up for grabs.
That means that those left to audition will have to win over the majority of the panel to make it through to the live shows next week.
Meet the latest talented, wacky and wonderful lot of BGT 2019 contestants below...
Britain's Got Talent 2019 contestants
Starting off tonight's show is 61-year-old Michael Sandwick from New York. His unique dance and music act certainly leaves an impression on the judges.
Dr Peter Lovatt - aka Dr Dance - is 54-year-old academic Doctor who wants the whole nation to dance. He gives the judges and audience an interactive dance lecture.
The Truro Cathedral Choir from Cornwall certainly look the part, but will their performance of Can You Feel The Love Tonight hit the right note with the judges?
Mind2Mind is made up of couple Marina from Ukraine and James from Milton Keynes. They first share their telepathic powers with the judges before getting Simon and Amanda involved in a mind blowing trick.
58-year-old Tony Rudd is a teacher from Bournemouth who does comedy impressions. Will his takes on everyone from Darth Vader to Michael McIntyre impress the judges?
Jacob Jones is a barber instructor from Surrey was put forward for the show by his girlfriend Faye. He sings Joe Cocker's You Are So Beautiful for his audition.
15-year-old Dan Rhodes from Manchester is a magician. He asks Amanda onto the stage and invites her to lay down in his home-made contraption built of cardboard before cutting the BGT judge in half.
Libby and Charlie
Libby and Charlie are 11-year-old best friends from Liverpool and Manchester respectively. They perform a dance routine to A Thousand Years by Christina Perri.
Leanne Mya is a 31-year-old singer from London. She performs a cover of Sam Smith's Lay Me Down after opening up about surviving the Grenfell Tower Fire.
Who will get through? Find out this evening on ITV!
And don't forget that straight after the auditions, the semi-finalists in the live shows will be revealed.
Britain's Got Talent 2019 is back Saturday night at 8PM on ITV with More Talent straight after on ITV2 from 9:20PM.
The live shows start a week on Monday.