The Greatest Dancer continued on BBC One tonight - here are all the contestants and their auditions.
But which of them made it through to the callbacks?
The Greatest Dancer auditions welcome dancers of any age and dance style compete to win £50,000 and a chance to perform on Strictly Come Dancing.
Alesha Dixon and Jordan Banjo host as Dance Captains Cheryl, Matthew Morrison and Oti Mabuse get ready to see more dancers give the performance of their lives.
In The Greatest Dancer, the audience hold the power: if 75 percent of them vote YES, the mirror will open, and the act will make it through to the next stage of the competition, the call-backs.
This weekend again saw dramatic auditions, outstanding talent and jaw-dropping surprises. Mirror, Mirror on the Wall, who is the Greatest Dancer of them all?
The Greatest Dancer recap!
Dynamic Dads are made up of seven fathers with various jobs. They surprised everyone with a street routine to Can't Hold Us by Macklemore & Ryan Lewis. After a successful audition, they told the judges they hoped to spend the £50,000 on a dance studio for their children.
The only boy in his dance school, 9-year-old Fionn got into performing after watching Frozen at the cinema. For his audition, he performed a contemporary routine to Take That's Rule The World, getting through to the next round.
Mindtrick (aka Matthew) performed a street routine inspired by a fly, which confused a fair few in the audience including judge Cheryl. Mindtrick's dance to White Noise by Disclosure didn't quite manage to warm up the audience, scoring 69% of the crowd's vote.
Dance group Company Jinks performed a commerical-contemporary fusion routine to Believer by Imagine by Imagine Dragons. The performance secured them more than 75% of the audience vote, seeing the group through to the callbacks.
Afro Queens are an all women Afro Dance group. Their non-stop routine to Mawa Nya by Serge Beynaud sadly didn't entice the audience to hit their buzzers, with only 69% voting to open the mirror.
JSD Minis are an all girl dance group who describe themselves like family. They danced a Modern Jazz routine to Proud Mary by Tina Turner and easily made the callbacks with the upbeat audition.
53-year-old Mark Short has been dancing since he was a young boy and wanted to prove he could still "kick it". He previously danced with Tina Turner but has a more unusual claim to fame: He was one of the Bananas in Pyjamas. Dancing a Jazz routine to Canned Heat by Jamiroquai, Mark only managed to impress 71% of the audience.
28-year-old Chris lost is hearing as a result of meningitis when he was young. Using a hearing aid which helps him pick up vibrations, Chris performed a Street routine to Drake's God's Plan and made it through.
The Globe Girls are a five piece drag group who brought a circus themed routine to the stage to a medley of pop diva tunes including the likes of Britney Spears, Ariana Grande and The Greatest Dancer's own Cheryl. Although it was a close one, they made it through to the callbacks.
The Greatest Dancer continues Saturday nights on BBC One.