12-year-old singer Beau Dermott has become Britain's Got Talent 2016's first golden buzzer act after an AMAZING audition.
The youngster wowed the judges in tonight's auditions and had Amanda Holden pressing the golden buzzer.
Beau comes from Widnes and has an ambition to perform on the West End and record her own music.
Having brought her parents and brother Ben along to her audition, Beau admitted to being "really nervous" before her try out.
"When I'm on stage it feels like anything is possible and I can be myself," she told cameras. "I really hope that I give a good performance."
Beau went on to belt out Wicked's Defying Gravity to stun the judges and live audience.
"Oh my God, you were so, so, so amazing. I am so excited for you, you were brilliant," gushed Amanda after hitting the golden buzzer.
"We were not expecting that," declared Simon Cowell. "That's how you do it."
"You are ready to be on stage, you are fantastic, you really have just got it," added Alesha Dixon.
"Everyone else might as well go home, you're incredible," concluded David Walliams.
Having got the golden buzzer there was no need for the judges to vote with Beau sailing straight through to the live semi-finals later this year.
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Remember, Britain's Got Talent continues next weekend on ITV with more auditions.
You can watch a clip of Beau's audition in the video below...