Simon Cowell's 2016 golden buzzer act on Britain's Got Talent has finally been confirmed: Meet Boogie Storm.
After five weeks, this year saw Simon become the last to press the golden buzzer this year.
An he waited until the last audition of this evening's show as a group of Stormtroopers hit the stage.
"Are you evil?" asked Simon but he got no response.
"Do you work for this Dark Lord?" quipped Amanda Holden in reference to Simon, getting equally little reaction.
"Good luck," concluded Amanda to the silent Stormtroopers.
The group then went on to perform a surprising upbeat dance routine to songs including Sax, Watch Me (Whip/Nae Nae) and Single Ladies.
And after lots of encouragement from the audience, Simon slammed the gold buzzer.
"It's no surprise that the real life Darth Vader voted for his troops," David Walliams reacted.
Simon Cowell concluded: "The dark side has taken over."
With the golden buzzer, Boogie Storm have gone straight through to the live semi-finals later this month.
They're joined by Amanda's golden buzzer, 12-year-old singer Beau Dermott, Ant and Dec's choice, 14-year-old singer Jasmine Elcock, Alesha Dixon's act, 100 Voices of Gospel choir and finally David's golden buzzer performers, singing duo Ian and Anne Marshall.
But while all the golden buzzers are now gone, the auditions continue: Britain's Got Talent is back next Saturday night on ITV.
For now, you can re-watch Boogie Storm's audition in the video above!