Young magician Sebastian Walton wowed the Britain's Got Talent judges with a trick involving Amanda Holden's ring.
In his audition, which was cut out from the main show, Sebastian took Amanda Holden's platinum wedding ring and wrapped it into some tissue before setting it on fire and making it disappear.
Seemingly out of nowhere, he then unveiled an orange which was cut open to reveal a walnut that, when cracked open by Amanda, had her ring inside.
David Walliams told him: "I normally don't like magic but I've never seen anything like that."
Amanda Holden added: "How you did it, I actually want to believe in magic."
And Simon Cowell commented: "You're very talented and I don't know how you did which is the whole point of magic."
With four yeses from the panel, Sebastian won a spot in the next stage of the competition and he wasn't alone.
Singing duo Peter Bayreuther (who you may vaguely remember from auditioning last year) returned with his wife Karin.
The pair performed an original and rather catchy song 'Oh my God, I love you' to win themselves a place in the next round.
Also through the auditions is 40-year-old Lovely Laura, a saxophonist who has been playing for some 20 years.
The blonde beauty had four yeses with David Walliams quipping: "You have great sax appeal."
BGT continues Saturday nights on ITV.
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