Girl group The Miss Treats auditioned for Britain's Got Talent tonight and you may already know one of them.
The Miss Treats are a four piece girl group made up of 22-year-old Lavelle from Sheffield, 24-year-old Jeanette from South London, 19-year-old Moesha from Swindon and 22-year-old Bambi from Birmingham.
Although they come from all over the country, they live together in London and have been in a group for a year.
All the girls have different jobs, while Jeanette, who previously appeared on The X Factor, is a student.
Speaking before their audition, The Miss Treats' Jeanette recalled her time on The X Factor when she was in girl group Miss Dynamix, who were mentored by Gary Barlow.
Jeanette had originally auditioned for the show as a soloist before being put into the group, who made the live shows in 2013.
"It honestly feels so much better, we've been together for a year so I feel the chemistry is so much better," Jeanette said about her new group.
The girls described themselves as "an old school band with a new school twist", before revealing that their BGT audition is their first public performance.
They sing Salt ‘N’ Pepa “Whatta Man” and immediately had a fan in Alesha Dixon.
"You're really likeable and I thought all of you stood out, it was a very strong audition," said Alesha.
And the other judges were equally gushing, with Simon Cowell declaring: "Of all the groups, particularly girl groups who have come on this show, I think you could be the best one. I really think there's something special here."
With four yeses, The Miss Treats were through to the next round.
Other acts on this weekend's show include 'The Queen' and budding balloon breaking record holder Ryan Tracey.
We also meet the London School of Bollywood, pianist Tokio Myers, drag act Sanita Laviva and magician Josephine Lee, who is entering Britain’s Got Talent to represent women in the magic industry.
Britain's Got Talent 2017 is back Saturday night at 8PM on ITV with More Talent straight after on ITV2 from 9:20PM.