There are some more jaw-dropping acts in store on tonight's episode of 'Britain's Got Talent' - including a Russian gravity-defying acrobat, a(nother) dog with a unique trick up its sleeve, a female magician from Las Vegas and a strongman who, quite literally, carries Amanda Holden away.
Vladimir Georgievsky, Russian-born but now based in Swansea, doesn't APPEAR to be such a good acrobat, crashing into a board, falling off a ladder and even getting his head caught in the springs of his trampoline. But David Walliams is on to him - "I think you're secretly really good at trampolining, aren't you?!"
Cally the Wonderdog is after a world record of bursting the biggest number of balloons, while Chloe Crawford is determined to emulate her fellow Las Vegas performer David Blaine with an impressive illusion involving a motorbike.
But it's shirtless strongman Daniel Crute who really wins over Amanda Holden with his bulging biceps, and that's before he swings her over his head, in a stunning display of... something.
Simon Cowell will be thrilled with the news that this current series of 'BGT' is proving a triumph, recently toppling EastEnders Live week as the year's most watched programme.
And, in other news, he's planning a big 'X Factor' shakeup. More on that here...
'Britain's Got Talent' is on ITV tonight at 8pm.