Tonight's sixth episode of Britain's Got Talent try-outs kicks off with a bang as a diving crew gives us the show's biggest audition to date.
La Quebrade High Divers begin the show with a spectacular outdoor performance in Cardiff, becoming only the third act in the show's history to audition outside a venue.
Judges David Walliams, Alesha Dixon, Amanda Holden and Simon Cowell watch in awe as the seven-strong group plunge in to their pool from a height of 25 metres - 15 metres higher than the Olympic standard.
"Of all the high diving acts we’ve seen in Cardiff, this has definitely been the best one," quips David.
From then on the panel is back indoors, and it seems animals are the flavour of the day, with a donkey called Patty, a racoon called Melanie and a dog called Yogi all giving it their best shot.
There's also the League of Extraordinary Groomers, a canine care group who turn up with no less than six dogs - Willog, Floyd, Taia, Storm, Fluff and Hetty.
Meanwhile, Alesha's love life is in the spotlight, with David and Simon ribbing her as a procession of eligible men take to the stage.
Simon attempts to set her up with musical trio E3 Brothers - while two other singers attempt to serenade the former Mis-Teeq rapper.
After 16-year-old Lucien Johns' performance, David asks: "Do you get men singing at you quite a lot?"
"I’m old enough to be his mother," points out Alesha.
The Little Britain star gets jealous when she's presented with a rose by London sales executive Manni, who tells him: "If I did get through I’ll have a surprise for you too."
"Are you just going to diss me like that?” asks an offended Alesha.
"No, no, no," insists Manni. "Those roses cost £4. They’re very expensive."
She's also teased over five-piece band Future Kicks, but is left disappointed when they reveal: "We’re all single apart from Bri."
"That’s the one she liked," announces David.
Elsewhere, the panel is left stunned by two vocal acts. Aliki Chrysochou's audition proves poignant, with the music teacher having remarkably recovered from encephalitis - a loss of co-ordination, speech and movement - while Band Of Voices' cover of Jessie J's 'Price Tag' impresses Simon so much that he asks to hear their version of 'God Save The Queen'.
There's no such luck for Maarty Broekman, who is told by the media mogul: "By a clear mile that is the worst song I have heard in 7 years. I mean seriously, seriously terrible. Everything about it."
Dance is represented by 21-year-old Poppin' Ron, and Joseph Hall, a manging director of a Nottingham dance studio - with variety from ventriloquist Steve Hewlett, and wacky illusionist Stevie Pink, who manages to pull the wool over the judges' eyes.
"We’re always a bit annoyed when we don’t know how the trick is done," comments David.
The show airs tonight on ITV at 7.30pm.
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