It was another thrilling instalment of Britain's Got Talent 2015 tonight but who got through to the next round?
We saw some 13 acts try out for the judges with everything from bagpipers and cowbell players to magicians and comedians having a go at getting three or more yeses from the panel.
First up however was 9 year old Jesse Jane McParland from Ireland. Having travelled over with her dad keen to impress Simon Cowell, Jesse shocks and surprised the judges with her spectacular martial arts performance to win herself four yeses.
But that success wasn't quite matched by the next couple of acts as auditions continued in Edinburgh this weekend.
Acqua Jane and Delores ("the eye candy") 's original song ‘You Defrost My Heart at a Million Degrees’ only won over David and Amanda and with just the two yeses it meant they weren't going any further.
Two yeses was however an infinitely better result than the Absurdist Pipe Band managed as they got four nos for their music player.
Hayley Pyke's The Show Must Go On cover flopped despite going to the effort of bringing in props to help her performance, also securing four nos.
Next we met Arlene and Doug, a musical duo with Doug playing the accordion whilst Arlene dances and sings for the judges. The dancing was a pass for Simon Cowell but a no on the singing meant that they didn't get any further.
Dance troupe Boyband started their audition on the backfoot with Simon rather unimpressed by their name.
However the five piece – Corey 18, Mike 18, Dylan 18, Jaih 17 and Mikey 19 are students from London - ended up impressing both the judges and Ant and Dec with their hip hop and breakdance routine to Uptown Funk, scoring the second golden buzzer of the series from Ant and Dec.
The comedians in tonight's show struggled with Adam Lazarus and Peter Cumine both getting four nos for their uninspired performances, whereas the cowbells helped Joseph Friedmann get through with four yeses.
As auditions moved to Manchester, singing teacher and mum of five Becky O'Brien left the judges shocked with her vocal performance of ‘Somewhere over the Rainbow’, leaving Simon to label her voice as ‘beautiful and authentic’ as she sailed through to the next stage.
So-called magical entertainer Jeffrey Drayton also made the cut, just, albeit for probably the wrong reasons. His Mr Bean-style antics on stage left the judges in tears and they clearly wanted to see more as he went through to the next round.
Deservedly winning his yeses from the panel next was magician Jamie Raven from Ascot. His close up card trick left Simon declaring that we had just witnessed REAL magic.
Finally, closing the show was little singer-songwriter Henry Gallagher who performed original song ‘Lightning’. He wrote the annoyingly catchy track about a girl from school who he has a crush on, but was she watching as he got four yeses?
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The Britain's Got Talent 2015 auditions continue next weekend on ITV.
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