Britain's Got Talent 2015 unveiled possibly it's most unique act ever tonight.
Auditions for the new series kicked off this evening on ITV and Marc Metral introduces the judges to his "special guest", dog Wendy.
Marc, who is 61-years-old and from Paris, saying: "I have this dog six years, two months. Without her, I am nothing."
He says his wife thinks his act is crazy but Marc laughs: "I am always dreaming, even at my age."
Marc's act sees dog Wendy talking and even SINGING for the panel, causing Simon to react: "I'm emotional!"
Speaking to us about the act during the press launch, Simon said: "One of my favourites is on the first show, it's a dog that does something I've never ever seen in my life."
He added: I think everyone is going to be talking about this act on Monday morning. I was left literally open mouthed when I saw it."
Marc and Wendy weren't the only animal act on tonight's BGT with a number of others also hoping for success.
They included Dave from Walsall and his Yorkshire Terrier Max who attempt to perform a variety of tricks, but Max ended up getting distracted by chasing Ant around backstage.
We also met supposed football playing dog Yolo and owner Tracy, as well as the first ever chicken agility act in the form of Marion & Feathers.
Britain's Got Talent 2015 airs Saturday nights on ITV.
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