Talk about getting their groove on! When dance troupe Boyband bounded onto the BGT stage on Saturday night, they never dreamed they'd be leaving it with a place booked in the semi finals.
"It was incredible! We honestly weren't expecting that," recalls 18-year-old Dylan. "When we saw Ant and Dec walking off the stage, we sort of guessed they were going to press the golden buzzer but we still couldn't believe it. "
Stephen thinks there could be something missing from Ant and Dec's lives - The Answer Bucket!
Ever wondered what famous person Ant would be if he was born again?
Find out here anyway...
On this week's Even More More-A-Thon, Stephen challenges Ant and Dec to a game of Take Your Pick.
Will the boys be able to resist the urge to say "yes" or "no"?
Find out who's first to crumble under the pressure.
There were tears, laughs and plenty of surprises on Britain's Got Talent this week.
The show kicked off in spectacular style with nine-year-old Jesse Jane McParland from County Armagh, who impressed the Judges with her fearless martial arts performance.
Ant and Dec provided the second golden buzzer of the series, as well, sending sensational dance troupe Boyband straight to the semi finals.
Boyband brought the house down with their acrobatic dance act on Saturday night, and there were summersaults all round when Ant and Dec pressed the golden buzzer.
We caught up with Mikey, Corey and Mike from the five-piece troupe to find out what they REALLY think of BGT's cheeky hosts...
Henry Gallagher has a crush.
But the love-struck 12-year-old won't reveal the name of the inspiration behind his self-penned song Lightening.
He captures the hearts of the audience and the Judges, but is his sweetheart listening?
We've no idea how he does it, but 31-year-old Jamie Raven has everyone mesmerised with his clever conjuring act.
After presenting the Judges with special BGT £50 notes, it's time to see what other tricks the magician has up his sleeve.
Even Simon is won over: "I now actually believe in magic, like some people believe in ghosts!"
Jeffrey Drayton and his puppet Chantel have David and Amanda in stitches with his slap-stick magic act.
But it's going to take more than a death-defying cannonball trick to impress Simon.
It looks like Jeffrey may crash and burn, unless he can pull something special out of the bag - or Chantel's mouth!