The Addict Initiative opened the show with a dark dance take on the story of Hansel and Gretel which was branded "epic" and "sensational" by the judges.
Wildcard act Jon Clegg was next up, doing takes on the likes of BGT hosts Ant and Dec, Sarah Millican, Louis Walsh and fellow BGT contestant Jenson Zhu
Violinist Lettice Rowbotham showed off a SECOND talent as she sung as well as played the instrument, which was worth a whopping £1.5 MILLION. Simon Cowell however wasn't completely won over by the singing.
French dance trio Yanis Marshall, Arnaud and Mehdi were buzzed by Simon saying it "wasn't very good", but David Walliams loved them... and their heels!
Favourites Bars and Melody reprised their first audition song to get a full standing ovation with David saying they could be the winners.
Essex singer James Smith was next, putting on a unique cover of Otis Redding's Try A Little Tenderness to also get all four judges on their feet.
The string of singers continued as vocal swing group Jack Pack lent their vocals to Feeling Good in what the judges branded their best performance of the competition.
Magician Darcy Oake ended up sweaty and topless as she tried to escape from a HUMAN BEAR TRAP (we've no idea how he got it!), also leaving the panel on their feet if mainly out of fear!
Paddy & Nico were next on stage and received glowing comments from the judges as Amanda Holden was reduced to tears.
Musical theatre Collabro then performed their audition song - Stars from the musical Les Mis - once more which prompted Simon to praise their "focus" when singing.
Finally, Lucy Kay, closed the show with a performance of Nessun Dorma to get one last standing ovation of the night.
Now the eleven stars have a tough wait ahead as us viewers decide their winner - stay tuned!
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