12-year-old Beau Dermott looks to be a stand out from the very first Britain's Got Talent 2016 auditions.
The youngster will be seen in tomorrow night's (Saturday) opening episode singing for judges David Walliams, Simon Cowell, Alesha Dixon and Amanda Holden.
At the try out with her parents, Beau performs Defying Gravity from the hit musical Wicked with truly AMAZING results.
In this preview, Amanda is seen getting goosebumps while the crowd are going wild over the young singer's performance.
You can watch the full audition (and a LOT more) when Britain's Got Talent 2016 starts Saturday night, April 9 at 7PM.
Other acts in the opening episode this weekend include foot juggling circus act The Togni Brothers plus a dodgy ventriloquist that prompts Simon to have a go himself, with Amanda as his puppet.
There's also a super awkward moment for the judges when their buzzers FAIL as three belly dancers prance around the stage.
Meanwhile, aother shocking audition in the fast paced opening episode of try outs this Saturday has already been branded Britain's Got Talent's most dangerous yet.
"I think it could be one of the best we've ever made, it's ten years," Simon said of the series this week. "I think, no, I know you're going to see the most dangerous act you've ever seen on Britain's Got Talent... and it doesn't involve a dog."
But who will get through to the live shows and WIN this year's tenth series? Only time will tell!
Britain’s Got Talent, Saturday 9th April ITV, 7 pm