The singer caused controversy with her appearances on both Britain's Got Talent and The Voice UK, but Simon Cowell still described her voice as "liquid gold".
Although being diagnosed with focal encephalitis made her lose all co-ordination, her performance of 'Bring Me to Life' nearly brought the judges to tears.
The shadow dancers from Hungary told an emotional love story that had Amanda Holden in tears.
She came, she sang, she rapped and she played the piano. The 14-year-old impressed the judges with her original song 'The One'.
The young comedian poked fun at his cerebral palsy and left the judges in stitches with his positive outlook.
His original song may have divided opinions, but there's no doubt that the Dutch singer had an entertaining vibe about him.
Richard and Adam Johnson
The operatic brothers proved to be a huge surprise when they belted out a version of 'The Impossible Dream' and received four yeses.
The young juggler didn't manage to convince Cowell with his act, but the other judges loved his fast-paced juggling routine.
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