The 12th series of Britain’s Got Talent will get under way this weekend and audiences are in for another jaw-dropping few weeks.
Simon Cowell will be returning alongside Amanda Holden, Alesha Dixon and David Walliams, to hunt for the nation’s favourite performers.
But some of the judges have already revealed just who they’ve pressed their golden buzzers for.
For those who’ve been living under a rock for 12 years, the special button guarantees an act’s spot in the live semi-finals.
Amanda, 47, spilled: “I pressed it on the first day in Blackpool and that’s not something I would have predicted.
“I thought I would have played a longer game. I thought I’d be paranoid that I would miss out on so much more. But you have to go with the feeling in your tummy and I got that feeling. I had to press my golden buzzer. It was right in the moment; the man did an amazing rendition of his song.
“For me he was in absolutely the right time, the right moment, the right person. I can’t wait to see what he does in the live shows.”
“I had to press my golden buzzer. It was right in the moment”
She added: “I’m always pleased to be back and extremely grateful. When you get a phone call to tie you into a show like this you think five years is good, so to be here with my zimmer frame 12 years later is an amazing feeling for me.”
Simon, 58, also gave away details of his star performer ahead of the show’s launch this weekend.
He confessed that he pressed his golden buzzer for a dad and son act: “There was something about this boy, he sang with his dad and I thought the song they wrote was really cool.
“I caught a glimpse of Ant and Dec ready to run down and push the golden buzzer, and I thought, ‘No way! This one is mine!’
“You have to watch this act, I think they are really great people, it’s unusual to see a dad and his son, but it worked”
And it’s not just BGT that’s making a return as Britain’s Got More Talent will also make a long awaited comeback to ITV2 screens.
Stephen Mulhern will be getting to know a whole host of never-seen-before contestants.
This year’s show will feature a dog that talks as well as a woman who takes Stephen’s socks off with her teeth. Just when we thought we’d seen it all…
Ant and Dec are set to get up to even more mischief backstage and Stephen helps them relive their kids TV days by playing Wonkey Donkey, golf and Heads Up.
Looks like it’s going to be another entertaining series.
Britain’s Got Talent starts April 14 on ITV at 9pm.