It was week six of the Britain's Got Talent 2016 auditions this weekend - which act did you rate the best?
A total of thirteen acts went before the judges and with no golden buzzers left, they all needed at least three yeses from the judges to get through to the next stage.
Ten of them did so in what was a show dominated by singers and dancers.
They included mum and daughter Ana & Fia, who stunned the judges with a powerful performance of 'Tell Him'.
We also met hunky Josh Curnow, who was jokingly buzzed by David Wallams for having a girlfriend, and Morgan Smith, a teenager that wowed the judges after a second song.
Then there was singer-songwriter David Forest who sung a VERY long song about the Number 13 bus in London, getting three yeses from the panel but leaving Simon Cowell unimpressed.
Dance acts on the evening's show included Deja Vu, a super-sized girl group, and Mythical PSM, a small trio of guys from leads.
10-year-old Chloe Fenton impressed with a speedy, non-stop routine to Tina Turner's Proud Mary and she wasn't the only one with lots of energy, as the Brit-School students who made up Khronos Agoria also got four yeses.
Flying Bebop offered something very different to BGT by introducing DRONES to their performance, which the judges loved.
Rounding things off was Saulo Sarmiento, a topless aerial pole performer who got the judges in a right spin.
Who was your favourite on the show this weekend? Vote in our new weekly poll below...
Britain's Got Talent 2016 auditions continue this Saturday night on ITV from 8PM.
Also be sure to tune in to Britain's Got More Talent on ITV2 straight afterwards with star of stage and screen, Stephen Mulhern.