Family vocal group The Neales impress the Britain's Got Talent 2015 judges this weekend.
The Neales is made up of dad Laurie, 59 and his three sons James 28, Dan 26 and Phil 24 which gets a big 'Aww' from Amanda Holden and the crowd.
Together they are a four-piece vocal group from Birmingham and excite the judges with their performance of ‘When Will I Be Loved’ by the Everly Brothers.
It seems that Saturday night's BGT is shaping to be another one full of singers with The Neales not the only vocal group hoping to win yeses from the judges.
We also meet four piece girl group Misstasia who are made up of Georgie 22, Katie 23, Rosie 22 and Enola 24.
They sing Disney’s ‘Part of Your World’ from Little Mermaid for the panel and also thrill the judges.
However a third singer doesn't go down quite so well.
Aaron Marshall's Let It Go cover on Britain's Got Talent has Amanda Holden fuming.
She reacts to the rather unique cover with a buzzer and exclaims: "It's like Satan singing it."
However the judges - and the audience - seem to be quite enjoying it all, for whatever reason.
You can catch all of the latest Britain's Got Talent 2015 auditions when the show continues at 8PM, Saturday night on ITV.