The Britain's Got Talent 2013 auditions ended today with Amanda Holden and Alesha Dixon storming out of the try outs.
The pair were thoroughly annoyed with David Walliams and Simon Cowell after the boys voted not to put an act through.
And with three yeses needed to make it into the next stage of the competition, the act left the stage disappointed.
But Amanda and Alesha both left alongside in support, leaving Simon and David to judge alone.
The official BGT Twitter account teased: "Ooooo one act is REALLY dividing our judges opinions 2day! It's the girls vs the boys - who will win this battle? #BGTBirmingham"
And David wrote online: "It's all kicked off here in Birmingham for BGT. Amanda & Alesha have staged a walkout. Extremely awkward."
Fans at the try outs at the ICC were quick to support the girls, with one tweeting: "You go @Amanda_Holden!! They should've gone through. #BGT"
It's been a day of clashes as the last few acts go before the judges, with a frustrated Alesha hitting out at Simon earlier: "You are full of s**t!"
After today the acts who did get a yes will have a tense wait to find out if they've made it through to the live shows later on in the year.
Around 40 to 50 will make the cut and they'll then have to perform live for the public's votes in a bid to win the £500,000 prize and a spot at the Royal Variety show in December.
BGT will kick off next month on ITV with the auditions.
Browse pictures of the Britain's Got Talent judges arriving in Birmingham yesterday...