One group bidding for fame on tonight's Britain's Got Talent get an extra member when David Walliams joins them on stage.
The comic teams up with the five-piece Show Bears for their own unique take on The Weather Girls' It's Raining Men after telling Simon Cowell the middle-aged group, in sequin-studded sailor suits and hats, could be "the new One Direction".
David warns them that: "I may be too camp, I may send it over the edge" but joins in anyway telling the audience: "I was in heaven."
The latest auditions also include performances from Faceteam, a basketball stunt group from Hungary, 16-year-old singer Hope Murphy and the Pipe Bandits - a five-piece group of bagpipe players in skintight body suits.
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Also making an appearance are Strictly Wheels - a duo from Manchester made up of Paula Moulton and Gary Lyness - whose act sees able-bodied Gary dance with Paula who has been in a wheelchair for eight years.
They impressed the judges with Alesha Dixon telling them they were "beautiful to watch, inspiring, refreshing, unique".
See some of the other contestants in action tonight here...