The five Britain's Got Talent 2016 golden buzzer acts have been chosen, but which is best?
This year once again the judges - plus hosts Ant and Dec - had the power to send one act straight through to the live shows from the auditions.
Each could only use the golden buzzer once in the auditions and Amanda Holden was the first to do so in the opening show.
She hit the golden buzzer to back 12-year-old singer Beau Dermott, raving: "Oh my God, you were so, so, so amazing. I am so excited for you, you were brilliant.
Choir 100 Voices of Gospel won the second golden buzzer of the series after Alesha Dixon backed the group following an energetic performance. Alesha's move left Simon Cowell riled as he wanted to hit the golden buzzer for the act too!
David Walliams' golden buzzer act is singing duo Ian and Anne Marshall, a couple who have been married for 44 years and performed a unique cover of Beyonce's Crazy In Love.
"I think you really are the spirit of Britain’s Got Talent, the pair of you," David declared. For once, even Simon got David'a choice!
Ant and Dec's golden buzzer is 14-year-old singer Jasmine Elcock, who reduced Alesha to tears with a cover of Believe by Cher.
They said: "When she walked onto that stage, I don’t think anybody expected that big and beautiful voice to come out of her mouth. "
Finally, Simon Cowell's golden buzzer act is the only non-singing one and it's something quite unusual Dancing Stormtroopers! Boogie Storm won Simon's golden buzzer last weekend after performing to an array of pop hits including Beyonce's Single Ladies.
But who's the best? There's only one way to find out... A POLL! Vote below!
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Britain's Got Talent continues Saturday night on ITV.