The first golden buzzer of Britain's Got Talent 2018 has already been given out.
Amanda Holden wasted no time in hitting the button, doing so in the first week of auditions at Blackpool.
According to the Daily Mirror, Amanda hit her golden buzzer for a male singer who had a "SuBo moment."
The Britain's Got Talent judges for 2018 remain the same with Amanda back alongside Simon Cowell, David Walliams and Alesha Dixon for the 12th series.
The line up of judges are unchanged for a sixth year having proved a hit since first coming together in 2012.
And don't worry - hosts Ant and Dec will also return to front the show as usual, having previously signed a new three year deal as presenters.
As always, a varied and hopefully talented bunch of acts will go before the panel at the auditions. They'll need to get at least three yesses to make it to the next round and be in with the chance of performing live later this year.
The golden buzzer twist sees five lucky acts go straight into the live shows from the auditions. Each judge plus presenters Ant and Dec can only use it once throughout the try outs.
In another audition, Welsh singer Reuben de Maid is said to have impressed the judges and won praise from Simon Cowell for his "amazing attitude".
Meanwhile, David Walliams was said to be on "full form" with his feedback.
Although one joke about a magician's dead rabbit becoming dog food is said to have caused a bit of a stir.
"David was back to full form on the first day of auditions" an insider told The Sun newspaper. “The first audition, which was a tribute rock band, saw him grinding on the back on Simon’s chair.
However his 'dog food' joke prompted an intervention.
“We saw a producer run up to him and tell him to be careful given there were plenty of families in the audience and young kids," an insider added.
Meanwhile if you want to audition there is STILL TIME (at the time of writing), visit the BGT application website HERE on how to try out. Britain's Got Talent 2018 auditions will close on the 9th February 2018 at 23:59 GMT.
Britain's Got Talent 2018 will air on ITV later this year.