Oh what a night! BGT round-up
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.
The five-piece act from London earned a standing ovation with their blend of back-flipping amazing summersaults and hip hop dance moves.
Later on, mum-of-five Becky O'Brien proved that dreams really do come true with her emotional rendition of Somewhere Over the Rainbow, and Joseph Friedmann managed to "chime" the judges with his cowbells.
Yes, you read that correctly!
But the biggest laughs of the night were reserved for self-proclaimed "magical entertainer" Jeffrey Drayton and his sparkling assistant Chantel.
His cannonball trick may not have gone quite according to plan, but he had David and Amanda hooting with laughter.
Magician Jamie Raven made Simon believe in magic, and 12-year-old Henry Gallagher rounded the show off in spectacular style with a self-penned song about a girl he has a crush on.
All together now... ahhhhhh!
Check out some of the highlights from Saturday's show:
Golden buzzer act Boyband are back-flipping AMAZING!THIS is why you shouldn't mess with karate kid JesseIs there a pot of gold at the end of Becky's rainbow?Find out if Chantel survives Jeffrey's cannon trickWill we ever find Henry's girl? Check out his AWESOME song