The Britain's Got Talent 2015 golden buzzer has been pressed on the first day of auditions.
This year sees the return of the extra special fifth golden buzzer which, when pressed, sees the act on stage go straight through to the live shows.
Each of the judges and hosts Ant and Dec can use the button only once during the auditions when they REALLY like an act.
And yesterday saw Ant and Dec become the first to use the button at the first day of auditions in Edinburgh.
"I'm so pleased Ant and Dec pressed the golden buzzer - great choice!" Alesha Dixon said.
Amanda Holden added: "We may have found a winner here in Scotland!"
However the golden buzzer needed some repair work later on in during filming after Amanda ended up breaking it.
She tweeted a picture of the broken buzzer along with a caption of "Whoops"
— OfficialAmandaHolden (@Amanda_Holden) January 19, 2015
After the BGT auditions are done in Scotland this week, the tour will move on to Manchester at The Lowry (29-31 January), Birmingham at The Hippodrome (5-7 February) and London at The Dominion Theatre (11-15 February), as performers try to impress and avoid the dreaded red buzzers.
Britain's Got Talent 2015 airs on ITV later this Spring.