A Bollywood-hip hop dance fusion group, a shirtless acrobat and a mother and son singing duo were among the last to audition for Britain's Got Talent.
It was yesses all round in the final week of try-outs, with none of the hopefuls getting buzzed off stage - although that only made the deliberation day harder for judges Simon Cowell, Amanda Holden, Alesha Dixon and David Walliams.
Not all the acts hit it off with Simon though. The music boss told a girlband they'd left him "cold", and ended up apologising to a drag act for jumping to conclusions.
Read on for the full results of the last round of auditions...
Johnny Boonham (3 yesses) - The audience clapped along with Johnny as he played 'Is This the Way to Amarillo' on his keyboard, but Simon wasn't willing to join in. "If I was watching the show for the first time and I saw you, I don’t think I’d be jumping off my sofa," he blasted - but the other three judges still put Johnny on to the shortlist.
Dunking Devils (4 yesses) - This awesomely-named basketball group won four yesses for their entertaining Superman-themed freestyle hoop-shooting. It impressed presenter Ant so much that he launched his own ball from the side of the stage, and ended up landing it in their net!
Bollywest Fusion (4 yesses) - Bollywest Fusion brought a new flavour of dance to Britain's Got Talent with their hybrid of Bollywood and hip-hop. Alesha said their concept "feels really fresh", and Simon proposed that they name it 'Bol-Hop' - although the Mis-Teeq star bettered him with 'Bollyhop'.
Zyrah Rose (4 yesses) - This four-piece girlband, who had already been signed and dropped by a record label in their two years together, were met with mixed reviews for their version of Ed Sheeran's 'I See Fire'. Amanda described them as "really powerful", but Simon said he'd been "left cold" by the lack of interaction between them. Despite this, the group left with four yesses.
Total TXS (4 yesses) - Dance crew Total TXS returned for a second shot at BGT - having failed to make the semi-finals in a previous series - and rocked the stage with their street moves. "I really enjoyed that, there was some really interesting choreography," smiled David.
Charlie Placais (4 yesses) - French acrobat Charlie had pulses racing when he came out shirtless for a racy routine involving a bathtub filled with water. "You were mesmerising and it was super sexy. Your upper body strength is incredible. You have made David’s day!" Alesha joked.
Danny Beard (4 yesses) - Simon didn't look terribly keen when glittery drag cabaret entertainer Danny appeared on stage, but he changed his tune after the 23-year-old delivered a fabulous rendition of Rocky Horror Picture Show song 'Sweet Transvestite', saying: "I want to apologise because I really did put my head in my hands, but I love that song."
Christian Lee (4 yesses) - Christian had the audience in stitches with his bizarre comedy magic trick. Amanda joined him on stage as he used his mind-reading device - a gigantic balloon attached to his head - to suss which of his playing cards she'd picked. "I love that this show gives someone like you a chance for a much bigger audience," David said. "You're brilliant!"
Mel and Jamie (4 yesses) - 16-year-old Jamie originally applied for BGT on his own, but later nervously asked his care home singer mum Mel to join him - and after just a few weeks of practise they wowed the judges with A Great Big World's 'Say Something'. "It was absolutely beautiful, really beautiful," commented Amanda.
With the auditions over, the judges faced the daunting task of whittling their shortlist down ahead of the live shows.
A whopping 200 acts were called to the London Palladium to find out if they'd made it - but only 40 could join Golden Buzzer recipients Beau Dermott, 100 Voices of Gospel, Ian and Anne Marshall, Jasmine Elcock and Boogie Storm in the line-up.
Britain's Got Talent's week of live semi-finals kicks off tomorrow night at 7.30pm on ITV.
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