The Britain's Got Talent 2015 auditions kicked off tonight and we want to know who your favourite act was.
A total of fifteen hopefuls went before the judges in tonight's opening episode with eight of them securing the three or more yeses they needed to make it through to the next round.
The show's first ever chicken agility act and ventriloquist Mal Jacobs and his vulture were amongst the more bizarre acts that didn't make the cut.
But comb player Narinder Dhanni did get into the next round, albeit despite Simon's complaints, joining free runner Matt McCreary and extreme contortionist Magdalena Stoilova.
Roller skating siblings Billy & Emily England wowed the judges with a death-defying routine to get four yeses before Welsh choir Ysgol Glanaethwy's performance of Benedictus left the panel just as impressed.
Simon's wish of a talking dog came true (sort of) in the form of Marc Metral and Wendy, and in quite the night for the music mogul, Simon also hit his golden buzzer for singer Calum Scott.
Closing the show to four yeses from the judges were the Ruby Red Performers dancers, a 12 piece dance group from Withernsea in Hull aged between 25- 65 who performed to a medley of songs.
Which of the eight successful acts was your favourite on tonight's show? Cast your vote below!
Britain's Got Talent 2015 continue next weekend on ITV
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