A confident Amanda Holden reckons her golden buzzer act is a sure finalist on Britain's Got Talent 2014.
The brand new Golden Buzzer was pressed for the first time ever on the second day of auditions by Amanda.
The new twist sees each judge the opportunity to press the Golden Buzzer, placed in the middle of the judges' desk, once during the auditions, giving the act on stage an automatic place in the live shows.
The act Amanda chose, unlike anything ever seen on the show before, amazed the audience with their nimble routine. Simon, however, did buzz the act early on in their performance.
Although he did later apologise, saying ‘I am sorry I buzzed too early’, which Amanda jokingly took him to task on, saying it was ‘premature of him.’
Amanda now reckons she should be owed a holiday if her act wins the competition this summer.
"I think my Golden Buzzer choice is going to definitely finish in the top three," Amanda declared. "And if it wins I said to Simon, does that mean I win a holiday or something?"
Britain's Got Talent 2014 will start on ITV on April 12, it was confirmed this week.