Britain's Got Talent 2018's ratings dipped to a series low on Saturday night.
Auditions for the new series continued with the sixth round of try outs.
Acts that impressed ranged from bizarre cake-eating opera singer Sarah Llewellyn to five-piece boy band Made Up North, a group of singers made up of five schoolchildren aged 10-11 from the North of England.
An average audience of 6.6 million tuned for the latest episode, a dip of 200,000 viewers on last week.
However with a peak audience of just under 7 million it was still the second most watched show of the day, behind only the Royal Wedding TV ratings.
BGT still remains the most watched programme of the year to date based on current official consolidated figures, with 11.2 million viewers.
Elsewhere on ITV last night, other programmes also dropped viewers. Ninja Warrior fell to 2.1 million from last weekend's 2.8 million while Harry Hill's Alien Fun Capsule was down 300,000 to 2.5 million.
After Britain's Got Talent, Keith And Paddy's Picture Show does Jurassic Park interested 1.7 million, a series low for its final episode.
On BBC One, The FA Cup Final averaged 6.7 million viewers. Pointless Celebrities was down 600,000 on last week to 3.4 million while Casualty had 3.3 million.
All Round to Mrs Brown's returned for a new series at 9:20PM, averaging 3.9 million.