Another ten acts have sailed through the Britain's Got Talent 2016 auditions but who was your favourite?
This evening saw the try outs continue and we had all sorts on stage from drag acts to Scooby Doo impressions and a dancing dinosaur.
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Those who got the yeses they needed include teenage dancer Balance Unity aka Taylor Goodridge who wowed with an innovative routine.
Wacky pianist Colin Henry, musical impressionist Craig Ball and singing cleaner Kathleen Jenkins all also left the judges impressed with their varied auditions.
Dance troupe Bespoke Candi's stone-age performance included fire and a dinosaur and although Alesha Dixon didn't get it, the other judges did.
Ian and Anne Marshall didn't even need to win over the other judges after David Walliams gave the pair a golden buzzer straight through to live shows following a unique over of Beyonce's Crazy In Love.
Dmitry and Kseniia got through with their acrobatic dance moves while Lisa and Chris Pitman's show of strength also got them four yeses.
Irish all girls music group the Presentation School Choir left the panel raving and finally, drag act Ruby Murry won a place in the next stage after surprising the panel with an operatic performance.
Which of tonight's successful acts did you rate? Vote for your favourite from this weekend's Britain's Got Talent in our new poll below...
Remember, Britain's Got Talent continues Saturday nights on ITV.