Teenage cerebral palsy sufferer Jack Carroll wows the Britain's Got Talent 2013 judges on tomorrow night's opening episode.
The 14-year-old is already being touted as a possible winner, even before the show airs.
Jack will be seen in Saturday night's premiere episode being helped onto the stage with a walking frame, before surprising the panel with his act.
The Sun reports that Jack's "cheeky gags about his disability" impress Simon Cowell, Alesha Dixon, Amanda Holden and David Walliams.
Simon told the newspaper: “He’s a little star. I defy anyone not to be touched by his story.”
And Amanda added: “It’s mostly young kids and they have been amazing. Little Britain has got talent.”
But while Little Britain has got talent, the rest of the country looks less like it'll find a winner.
Instead, this year sees yet more acts from outside of the country, but Simon insisted it wasn't a problem.
"It's interesting because in America I always wanted the Canadians to enter the show, because I thought it would be a more exciting show having Canadians compete with Americans. Everyone gets patriotic," he explained.
"I think the same thing with this show, when the talent is really really good from another country, I think it makes you possibly root for your own talent more, but I also think it shows that you've got to get better.
"I don't think you should always be competing with yourselves, and we are part of Europe now."
Cowell added: "I think it's quite flattering that they fly all that way to enter this show because they see it as the flagship show, but it means our Brits have got to step it up now."
Britain's Got Talent 2013 airs from 7PM tomorrow night on ITV.