Dance group Fantasy Squad took the Britain's Got Talent judges by storm this weekend.
Away from the main show, on Britain's Got More Talent we met dance group Fantasy Squad.
The group of dancers appeared on stage dressed as a variety of comic book characters.
They then performed a fast paced dance routine to a mix of tracks that ended with an explosion of confetti.
And the judges (mostly) loved it.
"The concept was brilliant," praised David Walliams.
Alesha Dixon agreed: "From start to finish it was the gift that kept on giving."
"You are massively talented," added Amanda Holden.
Simon Cowell however was more critical.
He said: "I like the fact you're so talented your enthusiasm but I thought parts were amateurish and clumsy.
"But I really do like you having said that."
The group still got four yeses, seeing them through to the next round
Auditions continued on Saturday night with the fourth round of try outs.
Other acts making it through on BGT at the weekend included quick changing married couple Ellie and Jeki from South Korea and comedian Noel James, who had the panel in stitches with his gags.
Also getting through were Audrey Leybourne, a retired 90-year-old and occasional singer who performed ‘I Want To Be Loved By You’, and the The D-Day Darlings, a wartime themed choir of nine girls that sang ‘We’ll Meet Again’ by Vera Lynn.
Magician Andrew Lee got four yeses after a daring card trick that incorporated a knife throw on stage with Ant and Dec, whiles singer Aleksandar Mileusnic made the next round with a swing version of ‘Seven Nation Army’ by The White Stripes.
Britain’s Got More Talent airs Saturday nights on ITV2.
It follows the main series of Britain’s Got Talent 2018 on ITV.
As always, Stephen will be getting to know a whole new host of hilarious unseen contestants in his own unique way and as ever, it’s these acts that make Britain’s Got More Talent such compelling viewing.