Dancing duo Strictly Wheels wowed on Britain's Got Talent 2012 tonight, with their unique act.
The pair became the first ever 'Wheelchair dancesport' stars to audition for the show.
The duo - made up of good friends Gary and Paula - formed 18 months ago.
39-year-old Gary and 41-year-old Paula have been friends for 10 years, but only discovered their ability on a visit to the pub.
Gary explained: "We do loads together, we had a few pints then got on the dance floor, now we've been dancing together for 18 months."
Speaking about her health, wheelchair bound Paula revealed: "17 years ago I contracted MRSA when I had pneumonia, and that damaged by pelvis and spine. I've been in a wheelchair for eight years."
The pair took to the stage and burst into an energetic routine to Alicia Keys hit Empire State Of Mind, winning a standing ovation from the judges and audience.
Simon confessed: "I thought it was going to be a bit awkward and slow, and then suddenly, Paula kicks off! Very good, very fun, I like you two."
David Walliams told the pair: "I just thought that was amazing. You turned what might have been a negative into a positive. You did things that two dancers don't normally do."
Amanda added: "You were fantastic, the pair of you were fantastic."
Alesha concluded: "That was beautiful to watch, you have a good connection, it was amazing."
Watch [tag]Strictly Wheels[/tag] on Britain's Got Talent 2012 below...