There’s already been a lot of talk about an 11-year-old knife thrower called Edward Pinder, who appears in the second episode of Britain’s Got Talent’s auditions – and makes Simon Cowell part of his act.
But there’s another act that is also creating a buzz…
Covering Nina Simone’s Feeling Good, 15-year-old schoolboy James Smith blew away the judges of the ITV talent competition with his version of the classic blues song.
Alesha Dixon, the only singer on the judging panel, was clearly impressed with the talented teenager as she nodded along with the song, reports the Mirror, while fellow judge Amanda Holden can be seen miming that “she loves him”.
But will James be able to persuade the judges to use that all-new Golden Buzzer on him to spirit him straight into the semi-finals?
You’ll have to watch the show to find out but there could be a cheeky smile creeping onto a certain judge’s face.
Britain’s Got Talent continues on Saturday, April 19, on ITV.
Click here for the winners and losers of the opening show.