Pole Dancing group The Brass Monkeys did their thing for the Britain's Got Talent 2016 judges this week.
The group of six ladies revealed their talents included pole dancing, aerial hoop and chair dancing, which is what they performed for the judges.
The girls insisted it was "harder than it looks" as they told the judges they hadn't done their act "in public" before.
In a clip cut from the main show on Saturday night, the group performed a rather revealing routine for the panel.
Although show bosses covered their modesty for us viewers watching at home with little monkeys.
Unfortunately for The Brass Monkeys, Simon Cowell, Alesha Dixon and David Walliams all buzzed.
"It was really under-rehearsed," complained Alesha.
Simon moaned: "If a girl did that to me, I'd be bored."
However the group did get Amanda Holden's backing as she told them: "To get up there on stage took balls."
But with only Amanda saying yes it meant that the group went home.
Another act to get nos from the judges this week was Bertie The Tortoise.
He had attempted to beat his own world record for being the fastest Tortoise, aiming to cover 18 feet in less than 19 seconds.
But it took him more than a minute, leaving the panel rather unimpressed.
Also getting turned away was Nigel Coleaman, a 57-year-old solicitor who did stand up comedy.
David commented on the audition: "It was like boxing day and your uncle has had a few glasses of sherry and he gets up and makes a few gags."
And Simon concluded: "It is one of those things you do at home."
Britain's Got Talent 2016 airs Saturday nights on ITV and you can catch extra auditions on ITV2 straight after the main show on ITV2 with host Stephen Mulhern, star of stage and screen.