It's a dance extravaganza on Britain's Got Talent 2013 tonight, as the ITV variety show airs its fifth round of auditions.
As always, acts take to the stage hoping to impress judges David Walliams, Alesha Dixon, Amanda Holden and Simon Cowell - and avoid getting buzzed off stage.
First up are Irish duo Jack Duff and Cormac Connell, who are just thirteen and fourteen years old respectively. Together they perform 'Little Talk' by Of Monsters And Men, with Cormac playing his guitar.
They recieve a standing ovation from an enthusiastic audience, with David Walliams describing them as 'One Direction meets Simon and Garfunkel'.
We're then treated to three dance acts, beginning with Pre Skool, a troupe of thirteen five to eight-year-olds from Port Talbot in Wales. They're a sister act of 2012 finalists New Sxool, with both sharing the same choreographer.
Meanwhile, there's the rather camp Glambassadors - a group of seven professional dancers from London - and Youth Creation, which comprises no less than 33 seven to fourteen-year-olds from Essex.
After some singing courtesy of 19-year-old student Rosie Sullivan and orthopaedic surgeon Justin BongoMan, it's on to comedy.
But while Royal Mail worker Eddie Shand proves a bit hit and miss, Body Shop customer consultant Philip Green gives Francine Lewis a run for her money with hilarious impressions of stars including Natalie Cassidy and Louie Spence.
"The brilliant thing about your act was that you had us laughing before you even did anything," gushes Amanda.
He's followed by yet more dance, with a refreshed MD Productions turning up for another shot, having previously appeared in different guises during the 2007 and 2009 series.
Offering something different are the Mazeppa Cossacks, who hope their take on the traditional Ukranian cossack dance will see them through to the live shows.
There's also duo Vitor - a 22-year-old cleaner for the NHS - and Victoria, a 19-year-old dance teacher and Zumba instructor.
Next is Horlando Salinas, a full-time musician from Hereford, who plays a piece from his native Peru - which fails to win over the notoriously tough Simon Cowell.
"If I’m driving in my car and that came on I would turn onto another radio station. It actually sounds like a vacuum cleaner," sniped the media mogul - prompting Horlando to leave the stage.
David is quick to chastise Simon, saying: "There’s no need to make everyone run from this theatre in tears. Just for one person to come out here with a smile on their face."
Finally, there's 71-year-old retired entertainer Kelly Fox (a.k.a. Sandra Broadbent) - whose cheeky rendition of 'Kiss My Ass' by the All Purpose Blues Brothers captures the judges' attention.
"You’ve got soul, you’ve got fire in your belly and every woman needs that song in their life!" exclaims Alesha.
Tune in to ITV tonight at 7.45pm to see the contestants in action.
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