Singer Lloyd Wade makes somewhat of a comeback on Britain's Got Talent 2013 tonight, as part of group Band of Voices.
Lloyd previously auditioned for the early series of The X Factor, but didn't make the live shows.
However we went on to enjoy quite the career anyway, which has included being on tour with Take That and singing Eliza Doolittle hit Pack Up.
Tonight we see him leading a group made up of Andy Playfoot 47, Louise Bagan 27, Katie Holmes 29, and Craig Stein 28.
They first sing Price Tag by Jessie J to huge praise from the judges, with Alesha saying: “You got me so excited and I just fell in love with you.
"I love the fact that the girls took it to church, the girls both of you are so strong, your vocals are sensational and you’ve got this gorgeous chocolatey lovely little tone on the end there.
"I just think you’re fantastic. So refreshing as well just to stand there and sing as well no music, no smoke and mirrors. Brilliant.”
And Lloyd reveals: "We did a little ditty for the Royal Variety. It’s God Save The Queen but in our own style."
After an encore performance, Amanda tells the group: “I don’t know if God Save The Queen has ever been a single but I reckon the way we all feel about our Queen and this country at the moment it would probably go straight to number one."
Britain's Got Talent 2013 airs tonight at 7:30PM on ITV.
Browse pictures of the latest auditions below...