It was a bumper episode of Britain's Got Talent 2015 tonight with a set of auditions that seemed to have everything.
There were a number of BGT firsts although in some cases there were was probably a reason no one had done it before.
Aaron Carty started things off tonight with a Beyonce drag act accompanied by a troupe of baking dancers. With a full set of yeses after even winning over Simon Cowell, former Policeman Aaron is through to the next round.
Also making the cut were Mitch and Cally The Wonderdog who attempted to break a world record for ‘most balloons popped in one minute’. They failed but still got through.
Strongman Daniel Crute deadlifted Amanda Holden in an impressive show of muscle to also get four yeses while Vladimir Georgievsky broguht something rather different to the show. The Swansea based Russian performed a unique Mr Bean-esque comedy trampoline routine for the judges to also win a spot in the next round.
Not quite managing to walk away with a full set of yeses was the next act , 16-year-old Dylan Byrd. His bedroom dancing to Jessie J didn't win over Alesha Dixon but with the other panellists saying yes he made it through.
Alesha also said no to 'uncool' bongo player Arun Shendurnikar but her fellow judges loved it.
However when it came to Entity Allstars, Alesha was most excited and slammed her golden buzzer for the Essex-based dance troupe.
She said: "It was amazing, it was so good, you absolutely smashed it, well done."
As auditions moved on, singer-songwriter Ella Shaw was another stand out of the night, wowing with not only her Sara Bareilles-esque vocals but originally penned song Summertime.
DJ John was joined by Ant and Dec on stage for his performance as he danced to a mix of tracks. It wasn't Simon's cup of tea, but with three yeses we can expect to see more of John's dance moves soon.
Then Chloe Crawford snubbed the close up card tricks we've seen from magicians so far on BGT this year and went all out with a huge stunt involving a bike. It impressed and she got four yeses to make the next stage.
Tonight's episode also saw a number of international acts with dance groups OK Worldwide and U.D.I. both making the grade with their very different routines.
Closing the show was 49-year-old backing singer Alison Jiear who performed a powerful rendition of ‘You’ll Never Walk Alone’ for the judges to sail through her audition.
Simon Cowell said: "That was probably one of the best vocals we've ever had on the show. This was your one shot and my God you took it."
After hypno dog, Joanna Cameron's hypnotising act had a lot to live up to but the dull routine it ended in nearly sending the judges to sleep purely by accident.
Polly Rowley-Sams hoped to impress with a performance of an original song. David Walliams said her track was the best dust-mite based song the judges had heard but it was still for nos for the 30-year-old.
Mark Ponting tried to impress with an original 80s inspired song accompanied by the keytar however he was told it was probably best to keep such an idea in the past.
Last of all, Oliver Reynolds' random balloon trick to music left everyone rather bemused and saw him get four buzzers once it was clear just how "lame" it was.
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Britain's Got Talent 2015 continues next weekend on ITV.
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