The weekend saw another storming round of Britain's Got Talent 2016 auditions - but who was the best?
Acts on the show this week included one bloke's piano tribute to his cat and dancing BEAR, of course.
The acts that got through this week included - perhaps surprisingly - The Deep Space Deviants, aka Davros, aka 47-year-old Paul from Lancashire. He performed as the arch enemy of Doctor Who, singing Loveshack to get free yeses.
Vadik & his dancing polar bear also got through with three yeses while robotic dance group from Kyrgyzstan, Tumar KR, got all four judges on board.
As did Anne Klinge, who impressed the judges with her inventive and charming foot puppetry.
The Garnett Family – made up of mum Helen and daughters Rachel and twins Anna and Abigail - got through thanks to their harmonies while former West End singer Rachael Wooding also sung to get yeses from the judges.
Scott and Muriel stunned with a surprise magic act while comedy duo The Mimic Men – Alfie Joey and Cal Halbert - gave a lot in their two minute audition with the A-Z of impressions
Rounding things off were Boogie Storm, a A group of dancing Stormtroopers who scored Simon Cowell's golden buzzer - FINALLY!
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Britain's Got Talent 2016 is back NEXT Saturday night with even more auditions!