Britain's Got Talent 2017 continued tonight with auditions from an 8-year-old magician, a father-son tap dance duo, a musical comedian and many more weird and wonderful acts.
The show's auditions tour hit Blackpool tonight, with hosts Ant and Dec and judges Alesha Dixon, Amanda Holden and Simon Cowell taking a bus to the Winter Gardens venue.
David Walliams opted for something a bit more Blackpool, however, turning up in a donkey-led cart.
As always they were there to search for an act fit to appear at this year's Royal Variety Performance.
But who did they buzz off, and did the Golden Buzzer send anyone straight through to the live shows? Here are all the results of tonight's try-outs...
Gao Lin and Liu Xin (4 yesses) - This married couple came all the way from China to show off their acrobatic dance routine, which ended with Liu standing on tiptoes on her husband's shoulder. It earned them a standing ovation from the audience. "You made everything that was difficult look easy," said Simon, while Alesha described them as "world-class".
Charley Dyson (4 yesses) - Charley is only nine years old, but felt he was so good on his scooter that he had to "show it off". The judges were certainly glad he did after watching him effortlessly flip and spin through the air. "When you went off at the top my heart was in my mouth," Amanda said. "Well done!"
QT Crew (4 yesses) - This female dance group from Scotland, aged 6-10, almost sent Simon to sleep beginning their routine to 'My Boy Lollipop'. However, they soon grabbed his attention by busting out their street moves to 'Whip My Hair'. "I was actually sitting here thinking, 'I am losing the will to live'," he admitted. "Then you fooled us. You're like mini ninjas!"
Issy Simpson (4 yesses) - Continuing what Amanda dubbed 'Little Britain's Got Talent' was Issy, aged 8, who held up against some of the show's more seasoned magicians with her impressive book and card trick. "This is like real-life Harry Potter," said Simon, while Amanda thought she "put a lot of grown-up magicians to shame".
John and Brandon Pohlhammer (4 yesses) - Father-son duo John (56) and Brandon (12) had the crowd on the feet with their singing, tap-dancing display. "I'm in absolute heaven! What an amazing double act you make," Amanda cooed. Meanwhile, Alesha joked that she could see Simon doing it with his son, Eric!
Reuben Gray (4 yesses) - Reuben took to a piano to perform his original song 'Lifeline', which he wrote for his girlfriend. "What a talented man you are. Incredible to write such a beautiful song at your tender age," David reacted. Simon was similarly impressed, describing him as "authentic" and "original".
Just Us (Alesha's Golden Buzzer) - Just Us is a group of five female dancers from the Wirral. However, their try-out was particularly poignant for frontwoman Julia, who was born with scoliosis and will soon be left unable to dance.
Touched by what Julia described as her "last chance", a tearful Alesha rewarded their emotional routine with her Golden Buzzer. "I have so much admiration for you girls right now, I can't tell you," she gushed. "I could not imagine not being able to do that again."
Jonny Awsum (4 yesses) - Funnyman Jonny lived up to his name after getting Ant and Dec involved in his comedy performance about musicals, complete with backing dancers. "That was brilliantly inventive," David said. "You went to town, we couldn't want for anything more!"
Tony Allen (4 nos) - One-man band Tony turned up with a drum emblazoned with Simon's face and the caption 'Hope I made u smile'. Unfortunately those smiles quickly turned to frowns during his performance of The Wurzels' 'Combine Harvester'. "It just wasn't my day," Tony acknowledged.
Lynda McMurray (2 nos) - Lynda came out on stage in a Charlie Chaplin-like costume - and then shocked the judges by stripping off to the sound of Jessie J's 'Price Tag'. David and Amanda were in hysterics, but Alesha and Simon weren't keen and sent her home with two nos.
Simon Cowell (4 nos) - No, Mr. Nasty didn't audition for his own show! Instead, his 47-year-old IT worker namesake promised an act that had "never been seen on Britain's Got Talent". That act turned out to be sticking spoons to his face. It wasn't long before they started dropping off, leaving the judges reaching for their buzzers.
Kieran Beattie (4 nos) - It's not often that a dangerous act falls flat on BGT. However, Kieran was buzzed off after it took longer for safety crew to extinguish his flaming ladder than he lasted balancing it on his head. "It's the best ladder burning act we've seen today," joked David.
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Britain's Got Talent 2017 continues next Saturday at 8.00pm on ITV.