Britain's Got Talent 2017 auditions continued this weekend with the final round of try outs.
Saturday night saw round seven of the auditions with another batch of contestants hoping to make next week's live shows.
There were no more golden buzzers to be won, meaning they needed to make sure they impress all the judges to get through.
One of the acts on this week's show was 68-year-old Audley Buckle from Huddersfield in Yorkshire.
He burst into his own original song about, err, chicken an chips.
"Chicken and chips, chicken and chips, chicken and chips tonight... chicken and chips, everything's going to be alright," sang Audley.
"This is my kind of song," reacted Dec from the sidelines.
Soon the judges and audience were all singing along, before Ant and Dec joined Audley on the stage for the performance.
"You are hilarious," declared Simon Cowell, "It's one of those songs I'm never going to get out of my head."
With four yeses, Audley was put through to the next round.
Other acts in tonight's final auditions included all female dance crew Code 3 and singer Sue Moretta.
We also meet met David Geaney, funny duo Lords Of Strut plus the Empire Dance Crew.
Straight after the auditions will see the semi-finalists revealed as the judges pick the top 40 acts for the live shows alongside the five golden buzzer contestants.
Britain's Got Talent 2017 is back on Saturday, May 27 at 8PM on ITV.
Plus don't forget More Talent straight after on ITV2 from 9:20PM.
Meanwhile, the Britain's Got Talent 2017 live shows kick off on Monday and air throughout the week before the grand final on Sunday,