It was a bumper packed first set of auditions on Britain's Got Talent tonight but who was your favourite?
This evening's first set of try outs featured a little bit of everything, including the show's first ever vegetable entertainment specialist.
However so-called Madame Zucchini wasn't one of the ten acts to get through with three or more yeses from the judges.
Those that did make the grade included Vitaly Voronko, a 25 year old musician from Belarus.
Dancers EliteSquad Royalz, circus act The Togni Brothers and The Collaborative Orchestra and Singers all also got through after impressing the panel with their auditions.
Also through to the next round and potentially the live shows are dog act Lucy and Trip Hazard and impressionist Darren Altman, providing plenty of variety.
Representing the younger generation, 11-year-old dancer Paisley Kerswell, 11-year-old comic George Kavanagh and 12-year-old singer Beau Dermott all made it through, with Beau getting Amanda Holden's golden buzzer meaning she's straight into the live shows.
The last into the next round, for this week at least, was 26-year-old professional sword swallower Alexandr Magala who stunned the panel with a super dangerous audition.
Which of the ten successful acts did YOU rate this weekend? Vote for which of the those contestants into the next round was your favourite in our poll below!
Britain's Got Talent will be back next weekend on ITV with another round of auditions.