A group of creepy clowns terrify the Britain's Got Talent 2017 judges on tonight's show.
This evening is round five of the auditions with another batch of contestants hoping for yeses from the judges.
One of the acts going before the panel and live audience is TNG, which stands for ‘The Next Generation’.
They are a dance troupe from West London, aged 16-25.
Dressed in clown outfits, the performers are described as "disturbing" by Simon Cowell even before they start their audition.
But Simon and the other judges get another surprise when more clowns appear from the audience behind them.
The group of creepy clowns then burst into dance, performing to Ne-Yo's Beautiful Monster.
After the performance, Alesha Dixon says: "Well done, you scared the living daylights out of us."
David Walliams adds: "I was not expecting that at all but I liked that, it was very imaginative."
And Amanda Holden reacts: "It was horrible in a really good way."
But will they be getting yeses from the judges?
You can find out when the full audition airs in tonight's Britain's Got Talent at 8PM on ITV.
Other acts on this weekend include real life couple Tyrone & Mina like to do “dangerous things” together, with the pair bringing a shocking knife throwing act to the BGT stage.
More hopefuls this week include wannabe comedian Will Oldfield, Blackpool-based entertainer Mal Ford and all female dance crew Nu Vybe.
Britain's Got Talent 2017 is back on Saturday, May 13 at 8PM on ITV with More Talent straight after on ITV2 from 9:20PM.