The magician - from Canada - goes on stage with an impressive a sleight of hand illusion with doves, a bird cage and a finale at the end where a woman appears from nowhere.
He leaves the audience, the judges and Ant and Dec speechless, with David Walliams gushing: "I think you’re the best magician I’ve seen on the show."
Amanda Holden adds: "The most important thing about magic is making us believe the impossible is possible and you just did that."
Finally, even Simon is won over as he says: "You are without question the best magician we’ve had on the show."
Sorry, James More.
But other magic acts fail to impress on this evening's show.
There's local lad Chris Nicholson, a 28 year old magician (and waiter) from Brighton who has his on stage charisma compared to a doughnut after a less than stellar card trick.
Also hoping to win over the panel with a card trick is 39-year-old Jay Adkins, a part time magician, cleaner, teacher and radio DJ from Kidderminster.
And finally we meet Alex Lodge, a 29 year old "professional illusionist" from Basingstoke.
Alex is seen performing an illusion inspired by his grandfather on stage which involves him lifting a table, with help from Dec.
Britain's Got Talent 2014 airs tonight at 7PM on ITV.
Browse pictures of this evening's auditions below...