Britain's Got Talent's dancer Balance Unity - aka Taylor Goodridge - wants to put a smile on the Queen's face.
The teenager wowed the judges on Saturday night his routine which took a trip through time to some classic hits from Elvis to Adele.
There was even a cameo from Susan Boyle!
"It was a brilliant, imaginative routine, it was amazing," said David Walliams. "I think you can be a dance superstar."
"Fantastic!" Simon Cowell declared, branding Balance a "unique" performer.
Speaking about putting his routines together, Balance revealed this week: “My biggest inspiration in terms of dance doesn’t actually come from anyone individual, it’s more from dance culture and how dancers interact with each other.
"That and aspects from every day life, like people walking, tying their shoelaces, I’ll put that in a routine and take that move and make it my own.”
He added: “I like impressing an audience when I perform, so it made sense to go for Britain’s Got Talent because it’s the biggest talent contest in the world. I felt like I could reach a lot of people and make a lot of people happy.”
In an interview with the official Britain's Got Talent website at ITV.com, Balance went on to say it would be "amazing" to win and perform for The Queen at the Royal Variety Performance.
“I hope I can make her happy and give her a similar smile as I did with Simon," he said.
Britain's Got Talent continues Saturday night on ITV.