Strong man Dimitar impressed the Britain's Got Talent judges in an unseen audition from the weekend.
Cut out of the main show, Dimitar took to the stage with a unique show of strength.
The Bulgarian showcased his unique talent of smashing bear cans and watermelons.
After the audition, David Walliams and Amanda Holden were both left wanting more.
"I could've had more melons," David suggested while Amanda revealed her wish for Dimitar to be seen dragging a plane around the stage.
Simon Cowell concluded: "I liked it. Could we put David up on the table as well?"
With three yeses, Dimitar got through to the next round but Alesha Dixon - who buzzed - gave a no and branded her fellow judges "crazy".
Other acts to appear on the ITV2 series included a record breaking act that could say the alphabet backwards in just four seconds.
Plus, Britain's Got Talent legend David J Watson returned to the show for the EIGHTH year.
David has appeared on almost every series of the ITV show with various acts, determined to make the live shows.
For 2017, taking inspiration from former winners Attraction, David showcased a shadow performance where he acted out scenes from famous movies including James Bond.
"This is your best work yet," Alesha Dixon declared.
When it came to the vote, David Walliams started: "I'm going to kick this off with a yes," to cheers from the crowd.
Alesha also gave a yes while Simon declared: "We're friends now but honestly, no."
With the casting vote, Amanda Holden said: "I feel like I've grown up with you on this show, I've watched you develop into the man you are now... it's a no."
David concluded: "We'll see you in 2018."
Britain's Got Talent continues Saturday nights on ITV with More Talent airing on ITV2 straight after each episode.