With a brand new series of Britain's Got Talent well under way, we flash back to last year's finalists and ask where are they now?
Jules O'Dwyer & Matisse
After winning the show, Jules O'Dwyer & dog Matisse's victory was somewhat marred by the controversy of their final performance.
Shortly after the series finished, TV Watchdog Ofcom ruled that the show DID mislead viewers by not making it clear that Jules' acts involved more dogs, and as a result ITV offered refunds to voters.
But Jules kept her crown and went on to perform at the Royal Variety Performance with her newly titled act, Jules & Friends.
Speaking recently, Jules confessed she was still getting used to the idea of fame and being recognised with her dogs in the street.
"I’ve always been very low-profile and consider myself to be really normal," she said. "I’m not one to push myself into the spotlight so that was new for me, that was a real learning curve.
"To have fans running up to you and wanting selfies from the dogs. That’s taken a bit of getting used to. "
Jamie was close to beating Jules in the final and becoming the first magician to ever win Britain's Got Talent, but it wasn't quite to be.
While he may have just missed out on the title, Jamie's still very much performing having appeared in countless shows since last year's BGT appearance.
He recently appeared at the The Gadget Show Live ahead of his very own headline tour this summer: Jamie will be playing venues across the country in June and July. Cick here for more info and tickets
Welsh choir Côr Glanaethwy finished third on Britain's Got Talent last year. The singers from Wales have continued to perform with gigs across the country.
Old Men Grooving
Dad dancers Old Men Grooving boogied their way into the final of Britain's Got Talent in 2015, just missing out on a place in the top three.
The five piece have continued to showcase their trademark knitwear and dance moves, with performances at the ITV Gala and Ideal Home Show, as well as doing their bit for Text Santa.
Isaac wowed the judges with his musical skill during Britain's Got Talent last year. Reports following the final claimed that Simon Cowell had flown the youngster to London shortly after he finished his GCSEs to offer him a recording contract with his label, Syco.
A source said at the time: "Isaac was a firm favourite of Simon's throughout the show. Simon believes he can be a huge, credible chart star and potentially his version of Ed Sheeran.
"He writes his own material and proved he can perform live completely unfazed."
As of September last year, Issac was reportedly writing his album but as yet nothing has come of it.
Calum made it through to the final of last year's competition having been backed by Simon Cowell as the music mogul's golden buzzer act.
Earlier this year he released his first single, Dancing On My Own, which is currently in the iTunes Top 10 and set to chart in this week's Official Top 40.
It's a cover of Robyn's hit track and was the song that saw Calumn first light up the stage in 2015 and got Simon hitting the golden buzzer.
You can buy Calum's single HERE.
Right now Calum is continuing to record music as well as gig both here in the UK and over the US.
Impressionist Danny Posthill did better than almost every other comic that's entered BGT to date.
Since the final, where he finished seventh, Danny has continued to perform across the country.
He's done gigs for TV channel Dave and has further performances lined up and next month performs at the Spinnaker Tower Comedy Club.
Over the summer, Danny will be playing at Pontins throughout July, August and September.