Over the last seven weeks we've seen Amanda Holden, David Walliams, Alesha Dixon and Simon Cowell triumphantly push down on their Britain's Got Talent Golden Buzzer, sending four lucky acts through to the live semi-final.
And tonight, it was Ant and Dec's turn to have the golden feeling.
They pushed their button for Toju Okorodudu, a 40 year old full time comedian from London who performed a routine of stand-up comedy and impressions.
He said: "My love for comedy started at school.
"At the beginning I just played loads of tiny venues, got a few breaks. Few bumps along the way.
"I’ve had good moments but I’ve never had thee moment. This could change my life."
His hilarious set included impressions of Cilla Black on Blind Date and action hero Arnold Schwarzenegger.
Ant and Dec were n stitches at the side of the stage.
Ant said: "I do like him, he’s good isn’t he?"
When he finished, Toju got a standing ovation from all three judges.
Ant and Dec then went on stage, shook his hand then said: "Hold on, we’ve got something we’ve got to do..."
They then pushed the golden buzzer together and both jumped on top of him on the floor.
Alesha, who was crying, said: "I don’t know what to say, that really moved me! Ant and Dec, thank you so much boys!"
David said: "There’s no one out there that I can think of right now who’s like that."
Watch the hilarious performance in the player above.
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