A rapper going by the name of Zipparah Tafari made it through to the callbakcs on Britain's Got Talent tonight with his song about missing keys and phones.
The 49-year-old was seen hoping to get a yes from Amanda Holden, Alesha Dixon, Simon Cowell and David Walliams in this evening's latest audition show.
He explained to the panel about his song: “It’s about losing your keys and phone. A lot of people lose keys and phones.
"This song effects everyone, even Prince Charles."
As Zipparah burst in to the catchy rap, the judges and audience find themselves singing along, but was it be enough for them to say yes?
Alesha, cackling her head off, said: "I loved it. That was genius."
Even Simon was won over, telling Zipparah, who he nicknamed Zippy: "When you started it I thought you were annoying, then you got more annoying and then I liked you."
He added: "I dunno where this is going zippy.. but I can't get the song out of my head, but I'm going to say yes."
As three more yeses followed, Amanda quipped: "It's probably going straight to number one!"
What Zipparah performing 'Where's My Phone' below...