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 Manchester.
Only a few got enough yeses to make it into the next round, with acts ranging from shouting OAPs to Ukrainan folk dancers.
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!
It's great to see some (talented) variety on Britain's Got Talent and Phil Green certainly brought it at the weekend. While we don't think his impressions were perhaps on a par with Francine Lewis', his personality more than made up for it. Having met the 21-year-old this week, we'd happily just watch him on stage for an hour!
Dance troupes are a dime a dozen on this year's series and Saturday's show was no exception, but the Glambassador's fun and camp routine entertained us. We're not sure they will be good enough to get into the live shows, but we certainly prefer them over the usual street dance groups we're so used to seeing.
Singing is another category of performers that's become rather full on this year's show already, although there's no doubt room for Rosie O'Sullivan. The 19-year-old told us this week she'd love to duet with Alicia Keys and release her own soul album - we'd be sure to buy it!