A hunky four piece made quite the impression on the Britain's Got Talent judges at the weekend.
4G first appeared on the show last year, describing themselves as a "men's artistic gymnastic act."
They got four yeses at their audition but didn't make the live shows.
Back for a second shot this year, the group started their latest audition with an unfortunate announcement: One of the group had injured themselves in training.
As a result, they had to perform as a three piece for the judges.
But it didn't take away from their amazing routine, which wowed the panel and audience just as it had done last year.
"It was absolutely stunning," David Walliams told the group.
However he was a little disappointed that this time around the guys kept their tops on - at least while on the stage.
With four yeses, 4G are through to the next round but will they make the live shows later this year? Stick with us for all the latest from the series!
Other acts on this weekend's show included Angara Contortion who hail from Buryatia, Russia and took to the BGT stage with a body bending routine which left the Judges open-mouthed.
We also met lord of the rings, John Parnell, who went in front of the judges with his hula hoops and a very catchy tune to show the Judges just why he’s better known as the Hoop Guy.
But, when Simon and Alesha buzzed, John invited them to join him to show off their skills!
More hopefuls wanting yeses from the judges were the Perfect Pitch Creation choir, man band The Boyz and dodgy impressionist IrShad Shaikh.
Britain's Got Talent 2017 continues Saturday nights on ITV.