BGT act Fabulous Sisters, an all-female dance group from Japan, wowed viewers and the judges on Saturday.
The girls, aged between 12 and 26, scored four yeses from Amanda Holden, David Williams, Alesha Dixon and Simon Cowell during the first auditions of the ITV series.
Hosts Ant and Dec were equally impressed, while viewers raced to Twitter to share their amazement over their routine.
But this isn’t their first stint on a televised competition.
The girls appeared on NBC series World of Dance in 2018 in America, ahead of their Britain’s Got Talent debut.
They performed for judges including singing sensation Jennifer Lopez and professional dancer Derek Hough on the contest.
Viewers of BGT might not have seen the girls on this show, but their performances are certainly worth the watch.
The girls apparently appeared on the competition twice before this appearance too, in the Youth Division.
Meanwhile, they’re tipped to go far on Britain’s Got Talent 2019 after making it through to the next round on Saturday.
Hosts Ant and Dec were stunned by how fast their routine was, with the ladies pulling off a huge routine.
As their routine came to an end, they had a standing ovation from the judges leaving them emotional.
Simon called them “amazing” and thanked them for performing, as David called them “astonishing”.
Alesha added that she “loved” the routine and was “speechless”, calling them “fierce warriors”.
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