David Walliams' golden buzzer act on Britain's Got Talent 2017 has already been on the show.
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.
So far we've seen Alesha Dixon, Amanda Holden and Simon Cowell hit the button with David the only judge holding out.
Whenever we do see David hit the golden buzzer in 2017, we may be in for a surprise, with Ant and Dec suggesting it wouldn't be another 'novelty' act.
"David's golden buzzer act this year is someone who had previously auditioned, and David had said at the time, ‘go away and rehearse, as I don't think you're ready.’" the Geordie duo explained.
Last week saw Ant and Dec's 2017 Golden Buzzer become the latest this year to be revealed.
Magician Matt Edwards was the lucky guy to get the Geordie duo's backing and win a spot in the live semi-finals.
The squeaky-voiced 34-year-old took to the stage last Saturday with his act.
Matt - who described his style of magic as "a little bit crazy, a little bit variety" - kicked off his performance by explaining: "I'm gonna give this a big build up in the hope that everyone claps really loudly, and all the ladies take off their bras and throw them in my face.
"Looking at you, Alesha [Dixon]!"
The judges were left in stitches by Matt's act - and just as they began to vote, Ant and Dec emerged from the sidelines and hit the Golden Buzzer, guaranteeing him a place in the live shows.
He joins the rest of 2017's Golden buzzer acts so far, 15-year-old singer Sarah Ikumu, chosen by Simon, dance group Just Us, picked by Alesha Dixon, and comedian Daliso Chaponda, selected by Amanda Holden.
Britain’s Got Talent 2017 continues at 8PM Saturday night on ITV with the latest auditions.
Straight after at 9:20PM you can tune in to Britain’s Got More Talent on ITV2 with Stephen Mulhern.