The golden buzzer is back on Britain's Got Talent 2015 but who are the specially chosen acts? Here the judges tease us!
Each of the four judges, as well as hosts Ant and Dec, can press the golden buzzer the one time in the auditions, sending an act straight through to the live shows.
For Ant and Dec, this year they've gone with some dancers.
"They are obviously very talented and great dancers, but it was the way the audience reacted to them," Ant said. "They really loved them. They got involved and went along with it, they got a lot of screams."
Dec added: "There was just a good feeling about them - they are young, they’ve put a lot of work into it and they’ve got talent."
Simon Cowell on the other hand has picked a male singer, saying: "This guy started off quite well and then I thought he was brilliant. I looked around and felt the atmosphere from the audience."
Amanda Holden wasn't giving anything away, teasing: "I think the most important thing for me about the Golden Buzzer is that it has to be led by your heart and tummy. It has to be authentic and the act you press it for has to be utterly deserving and ready to go on live television. It can’t be an act that you think can improve; they have to be in the moment and ready."
Like Ant and Dec, Alesha has also picked a dance act, just like she wanted.
She said: "The most important thing is that I press my buzzer for an act that genuinely gets me excited and I want to back them, I want to fight for them and I think they can win the show."
And as for David Walliams...
"I picked this wonderful lady who was a musician," he says. "She’s got a keyboard on an ironing board and she sang a song about a crumble, as in the food. Simon buzzed her within about three seconds, but the audience really loved her and I really loved her. I thought she was funny, so I am really glad I pressed my buzzer for her."
Unsurprisingly, Simon was left a bit enraged by David's choice.
"Simon didn’t like her, he didn’t really get her, but then he doesn’t really like comedy," David claimed.
He added: "So he didn’t like my Golden Buzzer but that’s OK because she’s going to be in the live shows anyway and I think she’s got a very good chance of getting in the final because she’s genuinely really funny and talented.
"She’s a British eccentric, she’s half way between Miranda Hart and Victoria Wood, she’s got that lovely warm sensibility about her."
Britain's Got Talent 2015 begins on ITV this Saturday night from 8PM.
Browse pictures of some of this year's acts below...