A couple of rollerbladers stunned the Britain's Got Talent judges with their tricks this weekend.
Rosie, 21, and Adam, 38 from Blackpool make up Rollabatics.
They revealed they had been working on their roller-blading act for three months and said BGT will be their first public performance together.
The pair, who are also dating, took to the stage with some shocking tricks that were compared to those seen on Dancing On Ice.
With four yeses, they got through to the next round.
You can watch their audition and full performance in the video above.
Other acts this week that impressed included Derek Sandy, a 56-year-old singer who performed a song dedicated to the Isle Of Wight.
We also met two very different magic acts: Matt Stirling, a 46 year old from Ruislip performed an impressive movie themed trick while 42-year-old policeman Dave was joined on stage by his dog Finn for their audition.
We were then introduced to Chucklefoot - real name Roger - a 73-year-old singer and one-man band who performed his own original song for the judges. Simon said no - but with Amanda, Alesha and David all saying yes he went through.
Then returning after a failed audition last year, Katherine and Joe gave a performance of Frozen's Let It Go featuring a tap dancing reindeer.
Again, Simon hated it but Amanda thought it was "genius", saying yes together with David.
Britain’s Got Talent 2019 continues next Saturday night on ITV with the latest auditions.
As always, straight after you can tune in to Britain’s Got More Talent on ITV2 with Stephen Mulhern.
The Britain's Got Talent live shows begin later on in the year.