Is 'comedy trampolinist' Vladimir Georgievsky Britain's Got Talent's most random act ever?

There's a Britain's Got Talent first during auditions this weekend as we meet the show's first ever 'comedy trampolinist'.

Vladimir Georgievskyw is 45-years-old and lives in Swansea with his family.

He impresses the judges with a comedy trampolining routine that sees him crash bang and wallop around the stage and onto his set.

The painful looking stunts are at first feared to be mistakes before the panel, audience and hosts Ant and Dec all realise it's actually all part of a choreographed routine.

It's certainly something different to the usual singers we see on BGT week in, week out!

Other acts who are set to take to the stage this weekend are Essex dance troupe Entity.

The 20 piece group includes brother of X Factor finalist Lauren Platt who Simon Cowell had told to audition last year after he danced for her on the live shows.

Also hoping to win over the judges with some dancing is drag act Aaron Carty who performs to a medley of Beyonce hits with the help of a troupe of backing performers.

Britain's Got Talent 2015 airs this Saturday night at 8PM on ITV.

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