A singing priest surprised the Britain's Got Talent 2018 judges in tonight's auditions.
Father Ray Kelly stunned the panel with a touching cover of Everybody Hurts’ by R.E.M.
As the second round of this year's auditions continue, we meet Father Ray Kelly, a 64-year-old Parish Priest, from Oldcastle, Co. Meath in Ireland.
He said in the show: "I was singing at a wedding four years ago at home and it went viral on YouTube.
"The phone started ringing... you've got a thousand hits, two thousand hits... for a guy, 60 years of age, I didn't know what was happening."
Ray Kelly added: "I watch Britain's Got Talent every year, I love the show. It offers you the opportunity to sing in front of the Royal Family.
"I'm hoping I get the BGT audience on my side tonight."
He told the judges: "I thought I may be the first singing Priest to win Britain's Got Talent."
Ray revealed he chose the song because it was "near and dear" to his heart.
He may have already won over the internet, but can he win over the BGT crowd?
Tune in to tonight's show to watch his audition from 8PM on ITV.
More singing acts tonight include Jenny Darren, a 68-year-old retiree from Birmingham, living in the Cotswolds. Jenny sings ‘Highway to Hell’ by AC/DC.
Plus, Andras Lovas, a 46-year-old from Hungary, performs a unique style of improvised 'heart singing'.
The group perform a dance with wheelchairs to help one of the members, Hollie Booth, get back into dancing following injuries she sustained during the Manchester terror attack in 2017.
As always, acts need three or more yeses to make it through to the next round and potentially on to the live shows.
Making up the judging panel this year once more are Simon Cowell, David Walliams, Alesha Dixon and Amanda Holden.
Meanwhile, hosts Ant and Dec will be present for the auditions, watching on from the sidelines with a comforting hug whatever the result.
Britain's Got Talent 2018 airs Saturday night on ITV from 8PM.