This 25-piece dance troupe from East London OWN the stage with their insanely-good, high-octane performance.
The Judges are transfixed from the get-go, but have they got the moves to groove their way to the live shows?
Simon's convinced they've found "someone truly special" following 15-year-old Isaac Waddington's jaw-dropping performance.
His rendition of Billy Joel's She's Always A Woman has everyone transfixed.
It's hankies - and yeses - all round.
Erik Kovac's *ahem* heart-felt performance of My Heart Will Go On is no match for Celine Dion.
Still, the Judges seems to be enjoying themselves...
Not even some funky "dad dancing" can save Paul Netterfield's performance of 1970's classic Love Is In The Air.
Will David sign him to his new record label? Otherwise it's no's all round for this HOPELESS romantic.
Paul Manners doesn't like to brag about his legions of celebrity fans, but if he did...
Could his self-penned electro-pop ditty be a hit for David's new label, David Walliams Records?
You heard it here first!
She has the Judges in a spin with her incredible hula hoop act, but will Lisa Sampson's human slinky bag her a spot in the live shows?
"I love the fact that you're just a normal mother who broke her television set learning it," says Amanda.
Poor Vince has waited 14 hours for his moment in the spotlight, but even a spangly gold (and somewhat figure-hugging) catsuit isn't enough to save him from red buzzer oblivion.
"You're a worse singer than I am," says David. We're saying nothing...
Maybe it's his deadpan delivery (or his questionable jokes), but Bill's performance doesn't quite have 'em rolling about in the aisles.
But will he break the record for the number of jokes told in one minute?