When Kyle Tomlinson from Sheffield steps out on to the star, he’s got a bone to pick with David after he previously told him to get a singing teacher at a past audition.
But, following his rendition of Hallelujah, Kyle proves David wrong, with the Judge making amends by pressing that Golden Buzzer! See you in the Semi-Finals Kyle...
75-year old Malcolm and 84-year old Henry may look like the future Ant & Dec, with the pair bringing a touch of nostalgia to BGT with their duet of You Make Me Feel So Young.
Amanda thinks their act is just “perfect" for the Royal Family, with the rest of the Judges in agreement as The Pensionaries get four huge yeses - proving you’re never too old to show off your talent!
Hailing from Paris, ALLin Dance Crew battle it out on stage in a bid to win over the Judges with their Game Of Thrones inspired routine.
Alesha thought it was like a “fight scene from a movie” and it seems it really will be time to say “bye bye to the boss”, with the troupe dancing their way through to the next round.
27-year old Jake Stephens faces the Judges in a bid to become the next solo dancer to win BGT, but when Alesha says she wasn’t blown away by his performance, will the rest of the panel agree?
TanBA has come all the way from Japan to show off his talent on BGT, with the Judges treated to his act - swallowing razor blades… yummy!
It would mean everything for 14-year old Leah Barniville to win BGT, and she’s well on her way after leaving the Judges open-mouthed with her opera singing.
It’s a billion per cent yes from Simon, with the rest of the panel left in awe by her “flawless” Audition and her little brother so proud we could cry! Awww...
Gracing the stage with his green beard, Steve Andrews performs Stand By Me for the Judges… with help from some members of the audience!
With the panel reaching for those buzzers, it seems Simon also wasn’t a fan of Steve’s backing singers with the 63-year old and his guitar getting 4 noes.