While the TV landscape has been hugely disrupted by the coronavirus, Britain's Got Talent has been able to air its pre-recorded auditions for this year as usual.
Five weeks into the first stages of the competition and viewers have seen a Golden Buzzer act selected in every one, meaning each of these acts have been fast tracked to the live semi-finals.
Due to social distancing measures it remains to be seen just when the live shows will be able to air, but it is hoped to be later in the year.
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Judges Simon Cowell, Amanda Holden, David Walliams and Alesha Dixon as well as presenters Ant and Dec have all pressed the coveted button on an act this series meaning the Golden Buzzer line-up is complete.
Here’s who has already sailed into the semi-finals.
Sign Along With Us - David Walliams
The first act of the series to be covered in the celebratory confetti was Sign Along With Us when they won over Walliams.
The group was led by 18-year-old Jade Kilduff along with her brother Christian, 5, who has cerebral palsy and is registered blind, who both went viral in 2019 after posting videos of themselves signing along to songs.
Sign Along With Us, which is comprised of members aged four to 58, performed 'This Is Me' from The Greatest Showman soundtrack and received a rapturous applause from the judge and audience.
“Every one of you gave everything to this performance, it was an amazing, positive message for people out there and all I can say is…” Walliams send before pressing the button and giving them their place in the semi-finals.
Jon Courtenay - Ant and Dec
Ant and Dec typically choose one act between them and this year it was lucky comedy music man Jon Courtenay who got their vote.
The father-of-two explained how he'd had a career in show business but had never made it quite as far as he'd have liked. His sons were in the audience for his emotional performance which saw him play the piano and sing about his own life story.
At the conclusion of his well-received act, the 46-year-old's oldest son came hurtling onto the stage to hug his father and Ant and Dec stepped out of the wings to give him the Golden Buzzer boost.
Fayth Ifil - Simon Cowell
The schoolgirl from Swindon had a voice beyond her years when she belted out Tina Turner's ‘Proud Mary’ in front of a wowed crowd and judging panel.
Ifil, who has West End experience in School of Rock and the Tina Turner Musical, brought the crowd to their feet with her confident rendition of the classic.
It was Cowell who hit the Golden Buzzer for the youngster, and it was clear her parents Jere and Lorraine were bursting with pride as they cheered her on.
Honey and Sammy - Amanda Holden
Mother and daughter duo Honey and Sammy got off to rocky start on the talent show when their first song failed to impress Cowell who thought their voices who be better suited to something else.
They came back later in the day to sing Freya Riding's Lost Without You and the re-do paid off when Holden gave them her Golden Buzzer.
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Prior to their singing, Honey, 14, explained how she had entered them into the competition without her 43-year-old mother's knowledge. She told the judges how Sammy had also beaten cancer in recent years, with their story moving Holden.
“Every single lyric that you got right and sang just seemed so poignant to your story, it was just the most wonderful thing to witness,” she said.
Nabil Abdulrashid - Alesha Dixon
Croydon based comedian Nabil Abdulrashid tickled the crowd with his observations on his life as a Muslim, as he joked about his name and being "poked at the airport".
The funnyman found a fan in Dixon as she reached for the Golden Buzzer, much to Abdulrashid's surprise.
"I didn't do that... you did that! Trust me! You're edgy, you're charismatic and I just loved it, I absolutely loved it, you're fantastic.
"I didn't think I was gonna do that today, but it just felt right, you are a breath of fresh air," she told the 34-year-old.