The Britain’s Got Talent 2017 golden buzzer acts are dominated by kids, it’s been revealed.
Once again for this year's series, all four judges and Ant & Dec will also have the opportunity to give the act they think has that extra special something an automatic place in the live semi-finals with the use of the special Golden Buzzer.
While the identity of the lucky five acts remains secret, Amanda Holden has said they’re mostly youngsters.
She said: “Half the Golden Buzzers are kids. It’s an absolutely incredible thing."
Amanda explained to The Sun newspaper: “There is so much amazing young talent in this country.
“Every year people ask us if we’re running out of talent and I’m like no, because they’re all 12 and they’re all up and coming. It’s incredible!”
Amanda wouldn't give much away about her golden buzzer act and instead praised Alesha Dixon's choice.
"I personally think it could be Alesha’s golden buzzer that could win the entire show," she said.
Amanda added: "I keep trying to up the ante between us. I said to Simon that if one of our golden buzzers wins the final then we need a trip to the Maldives"
Alesha teased: “My golden buzzer act this year is very special. When they told the story and they performed, I had that real moment of gratitude.”
Britain’s Got Talent 2017 airs at 8PM Saturday night on ITV with the first auditions.
Straight after at 9:25PM you can tune in to Britain’s Got More Talent on ITV2 with Stephen Mulhern.