A bloke who solved rubik's cubes while blindfolded impressed the Britain's Got Talent 2016 judges at the weekend.
Romanian Flavian described himself as a so-called 'Speed Cuber'.
"Today I came on Britain's Got Talent to make a show of intelligence," he told the judges. "This is something different, I really want to be good."
Flavian went on to solve a trio of rubik's cubes while blind folded, finishing the last with just one hand.
It was a strange act but one that seemed to mightily impress the judges and live audience.
Amanda Holden and David Walliams both even gave Flavian a standing ovation.
"That was amazing!" exclaimed Amanda.
After the act, Simon Cowell commented: "Are you from this planet? Honestly, I don't think genuinely a human being should be able to do it."
David Walliams said: "It was brilliantly entertaining, something we've never seen before and we've absolutely no idea how you could possibly memorise all those moves
"I think that was really impressive," added Alesha Dixon.
Amanda agreed: "What we witnessed today was extraordinary, well done."
Flavian got four yeses, with Simon concluded: "Even though I don't think you're from earth, I'm going to say yes."
Other acts on the show at the weekend that didn't make it to the main show included Alan Gear who provided a mix of comedy, dancing and singing all while driving around the stage on a mobility scooter.
Alan got four yeses from the judges, with David describing the performance as "absolutely bonkers" while Alesha said "the fact it was bad is what made it good."
But rapper Many Gentleman from didn't do so well.
The 22-year-old from Hammersmith in London performed an original song for the panel but only managed to get a single yes from Amanda Holden.
Britain's Got Talent 2016 continues this Saturday night on ITV with the FINAL round of auditions.
You can catch extra clips and backstage footage straight after the main show on ITV2 with host Stephen Mulhern, star of stage and screen.