Simon Cowell remains the only judge to press his golden buzzer on BGT, so who will it be for?
Details on just who Simon pressed his golden buzzer for haven't been very forthcoming, as opposed to the other judges' choices who have now all been revealed.
So far this year Alesha Dixon has backed choir 100 Voices of Gospel, Amanda Holden pressed her golden buzzer for 12-year-old singer Beau Dermott while David Walliams hit the buzzer for singing duo Ian and Anne Marshall.
But it's not just the judges who have got a golden buzzer act with Ant and Dec also choosing one too, backing 14-year-old Jasmine Elcock.
So far it's VERY singer heavy but we've been told that Simon's choice is - thank God - NOT another singing act.
If true, it means it's the first time Simon has backed a non-singer having previously hit the golden buzzer for performers Bars and Melody in 2014 and Calum Scott last year.
One member in the audience who saw Simon's mystery golden buzzer audition told us it was the best of the lot which has got us VERY excited.
BGT hosts Ant and Dec weren't giving much away but Ant did tease: "I think the people the judges pressed their Golden Buzzer for say a lot about the judges.
"If you put the acts and the judges in a room, you’d be able to match the talent to the judges quite easily. That’s good though because that means they’ve gone for people they really believe in and who they can support and get behind for the rest of the series."
Dec added: "Each of the judges has picked an act who really represents their tastes in entertainment and variety. And each is really different too."
Simon himself didn't say anything about his eventual choice but did confess that he originally was going to hit the godlen buzzer for Alesha's 100 Voices of Gospel.
"I wasn’t thinking too much about it and then as soon as she pressed it I just thought, ‘Oh God, I would have liked that choir’," he said. "That’s the kind of competition element there is between the judges, we all want to buzz for the best one. I would have buzzed if she hadn’t because they were fantastic."
Meanwhile, whoever Simon does back, he should be on the lookout as David is after revenge.
"Simon tried to derail my Golden Buzzer last year and actually buzzed her in the semi-final, so maybe I will do that to him this year," he said.
Britain's Got Talent 2016 continues on ITV on Saturday nights.