Alexandr Magala is preparing his most daring trick yet for the Britain's Got Talent 2016 final.
The sword swallower has shocked us twice now with his jaw dropping stunts, putting his life on the line.
He's now through to the live final and with £250,000 and a spot on the Royal Variety up for grabs is planning to go all out... if producers let him.
He teased: "I'm not sure about my next one, because I don't know if the production team will approve it and if they will allow me to do it, because it's another crazy idea."
In the semi-finals earlier this week, Alex was seen dropping down a pole blindfolded onto spinning metal spikes.
"I was fighting for [my semi-final performance] because there were so many health and safety issues - you have no idea," he explained following the live show, "But I'm glad I insisted on, 'It will be exactly like I want', and they agreed.
"And now they just don't have a choice!"
Alex's semi-final performance was pre-recorded and he says he reckons the same will be true for the final.
"I would advise them to pre-record it. I actually haven't done this before," he told DigitalSpy. "I'm pretty confident, and I have this tension again about it and it really doesn't let me sleep at night.
"And I don't have much time for rehearsing because it's this Saturday, so I'm nervous a bit."
Alex went on to reveal he hoped his daredevil stunts would inspire others.
He said: "The message that I want to bring is I want to inspire people to not be afraid to risk in order to achieve their dream."
The Britain's Got Talent 2016 final airs Saturday night on ITV.