Alesha Dixon has confessed she's not pleased with all of the Britain's Got Talent 2015 finalists.
The auditions for this year's series continue at the weekend after which we'll see the judges pick the 40 acts for the live shows.
They'll joint he five golden buzzer acts in the semi-finals, but Alesha has confessed that not all the choices she approved of.
The panel got together in London earlier this year to make pick the semi-finalists and Alesha teased: "there are a lot of different acts. I don't think you can call it on who will win.
"When attraction came on, we all knew they were going to win. It was a similar feeling with Ashley and Pudsey. This year, it's more wide open."
She continued: "It was very hard [choosing the finalists]. I do think a few people who slipped through the net that should've have, but it happens every year.
"We all have different tastes and we have to go by the majority rule. If there are three against one, you're out voted - although there was one act David and Amanda and I just didn't want to go through and Simon did. He got his way!"
So far only singer Calum Scott, dance group Boyband and gospel choir Revelation Avenue Singers have guaranteed spots in the live shows after winning golden buzzers from the judges.
Those will be joining them will be revealed at the end of auditions later this month.
For now, the try outs continue Saturday night at 8PM on ITV.