Britain's Got Talent hosts Ant and Dec have teased a new opening to this weekend’s audition show, which will see them take to the skies in stunt planes.
After opening last week's show with a huge flash mob in the centre of London, the Geordie duo will show the sky really is the limit to their search for Talent tomorrow night.
They revealed "We're airplanes, little bi-plane stunt planes, because we're travelling the country for any great talent, any lengths!"
However Ant and Dec revealed they almost didn't get off the ground during filming last month.
"There was quite a worried moment before we shot it as we stood on the airfield, with the pilots telling 'We haven’t had any accidents, yet, but you're sorted for insurance aren't you?'
"Cut to lots of frantic phone calls and it turns out we weren't! So we had to wait for someone to sort that out before they'd let us fly."
Meanwhile the BGT hosts, who have been presenting the show since its first series in 2007, said that the revamped 'reality' format had caused chaos backstage.
"Britain's Got Talent looks great, but filming it was a bit of a chore," Ant explained. "Lots of people with loads of cameras getting in the way."
Dec added: "We wanted to show more of what goes on back stage, because it really is mad!"
Britain's Got Talent 2012 continues tomorrow night at 8PM on ITV1.