Britain's Got Talent has released a first look spoiler video of the new series that teases several jaw-dropping moments.
The hit talent show is back for a new series, which premieres on Saturday 16 April at 8pm on ITV, with Amanda Holden, Simon Cowell, David Walliams and Alesha Dixon returning to the judging panel for their 10th year in a row.
In the explosive spoiler video, it sees a piano stool collapse while another contestant is hilariously dragged off the stage by Ant and Dec while pulling an animated dance move.
During the moment, Simon, 62, jokes: "Yeah, get off!" as the act, which appears to be three dancers, reply: "Thank you!"
While Ant and Dec drag one of the act's members, who is still on the floor doing the splits, off the stage and into the wings as the audience laughs.
In a different part, Simon, 62, tells another contestant on stage: "Two minutes on this stage can change your life forever."
While in a different moment, the judge presses his red buzzer as the audience boos and he declares: "Sorry for having an opinion!"
The clip ends showing all four judges pressing their golden buzzer at separate times as an excited Dec declares: "That's what it's all about!"
It comes after Britain's Got Talent teased a new twist for the judges on the ITV show called Golden Moments.
Golden Moments allows the four judges to surprise unsuspecting individuals, inviting them to audition on the iconic stage.
This isn't the only change as Britain's Got Talent will also be releasing a full audition online on Fridays before the show airs on TV on Saturdays for the first time ever.
It comes as judge Simon teased an "incredible" upcoming audition on the ITV show, which he has even likened to Paul Potts' famous 2007 act.
Fans will recall that singer Paul left the judges in awe with his operatic rendition of Nessun Dorma and even went on to win the first-ever series of the hit competition.
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Teasing an upcoming audition from a busker called Maxwell, Simon said: "I loved him. I thought he was brilliant and it was very much like the Paul Potts moment. It was a real surprise, I had no idea he was going to sing like that.
"He was so shy and I was praying it was going to work out for him. He chose a fantastic song, I looked around at the audience to see how they were reacting and it was just incredible the response he got.
"I’ve seen a small clip of it back and he’s absolutely amazing. That was a big moment."
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