The action is hotting up on Britain’s Got Talent 2012 as auditions continue across the country, with London and Birmingham among the places in the spotlight this week
Pensioner power came to the stage in the form of singing group The Zimmers, who impressed the judges with their version of the Beastie Boys’ Fight For Your Right To Party
Dance troupe Four Corners – consisting of fourteen men and one woman – won their place in the next round with their energetic routine
Chelsea Redfern failed to make it past boot camp in The X Factor 2011 but she had more luck on the Britain’s Got Talent stage, sailing through to the next round
The group performed to Rihanna’s Only Girl In The World – and the panel loved it
Violinist AnnaLiza Ching wowed both judges and audience with her playing, which the judges said made the violin “look sexy”
However there wasn’t quite so much luck for would-be singer Mena Swift, who was swiftly sent packing
And it wasn’t a good night for hopeful Harry Cumming….
…or teenager Richard Bologni, whose self-penned song to his ex-girlfriend in a bid to win her back left the panel speechless
However 25-year-old Tony Roberts did make it through to the next round after an impressive performance of a Stevie Wonder classic
And Mr Zip – aka Zipparah Tafari – had the whole audience chanting his infectious rap Where Me Keys, Where Me Phone – and even won Simon over
Teenager Ashleigh Butler and her dog Pudsey showed off their dancing skills – and were one of the most popular acts of the night. Could Simon finally get his wish to see a talented dog winning the show?