Britain’s Got Talent 2019 starts tonight on ITV and here’s a first look at all the contestants.
Tonight sees a bumper opening episode on ITV from 7:15PM with ten acts hoping for at least three yeses from the judges.
Or even that elusive golden buzzer which would see them straight into the live shows.
So who are the first batch of hopefuls? Meet the potentially talented, wacky and wonderful lot below…
Tonight's Britain's Got Talent acts
The first act on this year's Britain's Got Talent gets the audience on their feet before evening auditioning! The Queen gives a royal address to the nation in what Dec describes as an "unexpected treat".
Dance group Fabulous Sisters are an all female group aged 12-26 from Japan. They bring a fast paced routine to the stage in a bid to impress the judges.
Y Pedwar Covi
Y Pedwar Covi are a four piece music act from Wales, aged 58-71. They have big hopes for their act, wanting to perform in Las Vegas and across the world - but will the panel support their ambitions?
Jimmy Tamley is a 64-year-old professional comedian ventriloquist from Devon. He's been performing for over 40 years. Jimmy gets both Amanda Holden and David Walliams up on stage involved with his act.
Faith Tucker is an 18-year-old singer from Nottingham. Citing Beyonce as one of her biggest inspirations, the sixth form student takes to the stage with a surprising performance.
45-year-old Ron from Nottinghamshire is a singing Dalek. With the help of a push from Ant and Dec, Ron rolls onto the stage to show off his talent to the judges.
Flakefleet Primary School
Flakefleet Primary School is a group of school children aged 5-11 from Lancashire who bring an all singing, all dancing performance to the stage.
Elizabeth takes to the stage to present The Haunting, a unique magic act. She tells the judges: "I'm here to show you something special and try to make the impossible possible."
Siobhan Phillips is a 42-year-old comedy singer from Wakefield. She auditions for the judge with a song she wrote about having a baby.
The Vardanyan Brothers are aged 28 and 32 from Russia. They perform a dangerous balancing act involving swords that leaves the judges speechless.
Britain’s Got Talent 2019 airs at 7:15PM tonight on ITV with the first auditions.
Straight after at 8:40PM you can tune in to Britain’s Got More Talent on ITV2 with Stephen Mulhern.