This year's Britain's Got Talent 2013 auditions are getting bigger - and wetter - than ever before.
Last year saw the first ever auditions out in the open, with Aquabatix - a group of synchronised swimmers - making it all the way through to the live shows.
Some of last year's bigger acts that forced the judges outside also included a group of bikers and a strong man who pulled a truck.
Judges Simon Cowell, Amanda Holden, Alesha Dixon and David Walliams wrapped up warm again today to step outside Cardiff’s Millenium Centre to watch another act to try out.
And this one started their audition some 25 metres above the ground.
The group of divers plunged from a crane into a pool to show off their talent, bravery and seemingly super human aversion to freezing temperatures.
Watch out Tom Daley...
David Walliams certainly seemed to be impressed, although whether that was due to the talent or the tight trunks we're still not sure.
The comic said before the start of auditions yesterday that he was hoping to see a different kind of act win the new series.
"We’ve got high expectations," he remarked. "I want to see a different act to who’s won before, it could be a comedian it could be a choir, it could be anybody.”
Tune in to the Britain's Got Talent 2013 auditions when they hit the air later this year to see if the group win over the panel!
The BGT 2013 auditions continue in London at the weekend.