Former X Factor star Micky Dumoulin makes a comeback on Britain’s Got Talent 2014 this evening.
The 24 year old is a supermarket check-out assistant from Essex often sings to the regular customers.
In 2008 he made it as far as bootcamp on The X Factor alongside eventual winner Alexandra Burke, but was sent home by Simon after being told he was "not ready".
There's no mention of Micky's background on the show tonight as he performs Bring Him Home by Alfie Boe from Les Miserables.
Amanda Holden gushes: “Beautiful, really genuine, heartfelt and great performance.”
David Walliams adds: “Really look like you put your heart and soul into that, it was very moving to watch. I like that you’re a cool guy who wants to sing that kind of song.”
Also having a second shot this evening is Andrew Derbyshire, who previously auditioned for Simon before in the first series of Pop Idol.
He's also had quite the successful musical theatre background with roles in both We Will Rock You and Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat.
And we also see Kai Widdrington back - this time in a new act - after he previously made the BGT FINAL back in 2012.
A spokesperson for BGT said: "Britain’s Got Talent is one of the biggest and the best talent shows on TV and that’s why we attract such great talent each year.
"Mickey and Kai’s performances are different to their previous TV appearances, as Mickey performs a musical theatre number and Kai is now part of a dance group.
"Andrew’s past appearance on Pop Idol is addressed as part of his audition and the fact he is now looking for a second chance."
Britain's Got Talent 2014 kicks off tonight at 7PM on ITV.
Browse pictures of the this evening's auditions below...