The live semi-finals of Britain's Got Talent start on Monday 29th May and are stripped nightly across the week on ITV at 7:30pm until Friday, with results shows at 9:30pm.
Following weeks of auditions, we now know who will be competing in the semi-finals of this year's Britain's Got Talent.
One person watching had a suggestion of how to make things fair.
Doctor Who, on BBC One, had four million viewers.
Coming in for particular criticism was Jay Wynn, whose act involved singing while wearing a Transformers robot suit.
An elderly double act, The Pensionaires, also impressed with their singing skills and were sent through to the next round.
The final 40 will now perform in the Britain's Got Talent live semi-finals in the hope of winning the public vote and securing an all-important place in the live grand final and the chance of winning a life changing £250,000 and a coveted spot at the Royal Variety Performance.
Simon Cowell, David Walliams, Alesha Dixon and Amanda Holden do get a tiny bit of involvement as they will choose a wildcard to go through to the final.
Many fans are looking forward to seeing the incredible Missing People Choir, who made it through judges deliberations on last night's show and are hotly-tipped as potential winners.
The grand final takes place on Sunday June 4 on ITV, with the victor bagging £250,000 and a slot at The Royal Variety Performance.
The ten finalists will then go head to head in the grand finale next SUNDAY night, June 4.