Orissa Kelly's showed off a unique archery act on Britain's Got Talent 2016 this week.
The flexible performer shot arrows into a target in pretty unconventional ways, including upside down using her feet.
"And no one died!" sighed Ant and Dec after the performance.
Following Orissa's audition, David Walliams commented: "I would like an element danger, I would perhaps like to see someone in place of that love heart [target]," looking over at Simon Cowell.
"Are you suggesting she fires arrows at me?" asked Simon.
"Just between your legs," replied David.
"What if she missed?" Simon quizzed.
"Well the world would say the same," quipped David.
Simon continued: "I do actually agree with David, I think you have to have humans instead of a target, I really do think so, there has to be an element of danger to this."
"I really like you," enthused Alesha Dixon. "I think you're really daring and you did a brilliant audition."
Amanda Holden added: "Massively entertaining, you're like a really bendy hot cupid."
With four yeses, Orissa got through to the next round, but will she make the live shows? We'll have to wait and see!
Another chat who impressed the judges this week to get four yeses was dancer Bang from Japan.
"That was extraordinary," said David, "It totally took us by surprise."
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.