Ant and Dec have teased their golden buzzer act on Britain's Got Talent 2016.
The new series of BGT hit out screens last Saturday night as Amanda Holden became the first act of the series to use the golden buzzer.
Each of the judges as well as hosts can use the golden buzzer only once during the auditions, sending an act straight through to the live semi-finals, no questions asked.
Amanda pressed the buzzer for 12-year-old singer Beau Dermott and it sounds as though Ant and Dec chose a very similar act.
"When she walked onto that stage, I don’t think anybody expected that big and beautiful voice to come out of her mouth," Ant teased. "We were stood on the side of the stage with her father and he was just bursting with pride.
"Then we looked out at the judges and every single one of them had a huge smile on their faces - even Simon! Alesha was in tears and the audience’s reaction was like nothing we had experienced that day.
"We had to press our buzzer, she was just amazing and we can’t wait to see what she does in the live shows."
Alesha Dixon said of her reaction to the still-to-come audition: "That really surprised me because I don’t often react like that. I often get emotional and I might get a tear in my eye but I have never actually cried like that.
"But it was one of those moments where I could feel myself getting emotional and I was having an internal conversation with myself at the time she was singing, I was saying, ‘Sort it out girl, get it together’."
Britain's Got Talent 2016 auditions continue this Saturday night on ITV.