Britain's Got Talent 2013 continued at the weekend, and here's our weekly selection of the stand out auditions.
A range of wannabe performers went before the judges - Amanda Holden, Alesha Dixon, David Walliams and Simon Cowell - on Saturday as the try outs continued in London and Glasgow
Only a few got enough yeses to make it into the next round, with acts ranging from 'upside down' jugglers to drummers.
We've picked our favourite three performers who stood out to us below, be sure to agree or disagree and add your own favourites so far in the comment section!
We see a lot of singers on Britain's Got Talent and while they're all usally good, they do tend to get a bit boring. Alex however proved to be rather different, with a lovely tone to his voice that worked brilliantly with his choice of song, a cover of Bring Him Home. We're not sure we get Simon's critiques!
Michelle and Martin
We're not usually fans of dancers on Britain's Got Talent anymore either, but Michelle and Martin proved that the rather over exposed category can still impress from time to time. Ignoring the (silly) complaints about their nationality, we hope they make the live shows!
We all love to dance around the house in secret when we're alone and, when under the influence, we all tend to think we're the best mover. But it takes real balls to get up on stage to perform such a routine completely sober, and that's why we loved James Clifton.