The sound of Queen's iconic hit Don't Stop Me Now rang out in London's Trafalgar Square today as hundreds of Britain's Got Talent fans and professional dancers took part in a flashmob.
The show's hosts Ant and Dec also turned up for the event, which will form part of the reality hit's opening titles when it returns to ITV1 on 24th March.
However, the talent show's new judging line-up, Simon Cowell, Amanda Holden, comedian David Walliams and Strictly Come Dancing defector Alesha Dixon, didn't attend to join in on the celebrations.
Dancers dressed as cheerleaders, flapper girls, carnival party goers and a marching band led the synchronised routine, which involved plenty of clapping and spins at the foot of Nelson's Column.
Yesterday Alesha Dixon revealed Britain's Got Talent, boasting an alumni that includes singing sensation Susan Boyle and dance troupe Diversity, will start on the same day as the BBC launches its new singing contest The Voice.
SLIDESHOW: Check out photos from the flashmob below...
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