Tonight's Britain's Got Talent live show saw the series' 'most dangerous act ever' as Jonathan Goodwin performed.
Stuntman and magician Jonathan shocked the judges as he dodged crossbow bolts live on the stage.
In an amazing stunt, he stood blindfolded in front of four loaded crossbow guns.
Attached to the triggers were various sized bottles of water that would cause the crossbows to fire when empty.
Jonathan's assistant opened the bottles allowing the water to pour out, with the crossbows firing once the they had fully emptied.
Despite being blindfolded, Jonathan successfully dodged the first three crossbows as they fired.
He then stopped the fourth and final crossbow by holding up a picture of David Walliams in front of his face.
The judges were full of praise for the performance ahead of the public vote.
You can watch Jonathan Goodwin's performance on Britain's Got Talent's live shows above.
Other acts in the last semi-final tonight were 33-year-old "extreme tambourinist" from Japan Gonzo; comedian Barbara Nice; mysterious magic act X; 31-year-old singer from London Leanne Mya; and Japanese dance group Fabulous Sisters.
Completing the final line up were singing barber Jacob Jones and 11-year-old dancers Libby and Charlie, replacing Brotherhood who withdrew ahead of the live show.
Two more acts will make it through in the results show from 9:30PM.
They'll join the current semi-finalists: Magician Ben Hart, singer Mark McMullan. singer Colin Thackery, comedian Kojo Anim, Magic dog act Dave & Finn, singing and dancing group Flakefleet Primary School, magicians 4MG and comedy singer Siobhan Phillips.
The top 10 contestants - plus a wild card - will face off in Sunday night's live final on June 2.
Meanwhile, tonight's live results show also saw a live performance from the cast of Joseph and Technicolor Dreamcoat.