Hear from some of those who took part in the Britain's Got Talent auditions in Hampshire today. It's a long road though... Good luck to all those who get through!
Britain's Got Talent dance star Kai Widdrington from Southampton has revealed his partner Natalia is to step out of the spot light. Their final performance will be at the De Vere Grand Harbour Hotel in Southampton on November 30 in aid of the Rose Road Association.
He's now urgently looking for a new partner to compete in the World Championship in Paris in two weeks time. If you think YOU have the talent to be Kai's new partner you can contact him at firstname.lastname@example.org
Pudsey, the Britain's Got Talent winning dog, has been wowing the crowds at the Epsom Derby. His owner Ashleigh Butler even thinks he has got what it takes to rub shoulders with the royal canines. To see the video click here
Pudsey the dancing dog and his owner Ashleigh were the stars of the night - winning half a million pounds - dashing the hopes of our local finalists at the last hurdle.
Ashleigh and Pudsey the dog were crowned the winners of Britain's Got Talent last night. Our reporter Mel Bloor was invited along to interview them, but we're not quite sure what the dog had to talk about.
ITV said the programme was the highest rating show of the year so far, nudging ahead of a Coronation Street which pulled in 11.2 million in January.
Adding viewers for ITV's +1 channel brought the audience to 11.9 million for the BGT finale, with a peak audience of 14.5 million.
Britain's Got Talent silenced The Voice last night by pulling in double the audience as the BBC1 suffered a ratings collapse.
An average of 11.4 million saw Ashleigh Butler and Pudsey the dog triumph in the live final of the ITV1 show against 5.6 million for The Voice.