Britain's Got Talent 2013 hopeful Philip Green has revealed he's already planning his set if he makes the live shows.
The camp impressionist had the judges in stitches on last night's show, with his take on the likes of Stacey Solomon, Natalie Cassidy and Louie Spence.
Amanda was left in tears by his performance, and gushed: “The brilliant thing about your act was that you had us laughing before you even did anything.”
While comic David quipped: “You’re like a butch version of me. You’re a very, very funny guy. I’d like to see some more of you in the act as well. Because you are hysterically funny as you, as well.”
Speaking after his audition aired yesterday, Phil revealed he struggled to cope with his nerves.
"I get very nervous and very stressed. It can affect me quite badly at times," he said. “It was so bad I couldn’t really eat in restaurants before. I would get too anxious being around too many people.
“I really don’t know what triggers it but I would get bad panic attacks.”
But despite that, he's keen to get over it and focus on the show.
If Phil makes it through to the live shows, he confessed there could be some impersonations of the judges in his act.
He teased: “I’m already planning to do impressions of some of the judges if I get through to the live shows.
“But I’m like Marmite. You either really like me or you don’t.”
Britain's Got Talent 2013 continues next weekend on ITV.
Browse our picture recap of this weekend's auditions below...