It was more like Britain's Got Tardis when Dalek impersonator Martyn Crofts took to the stage.
The building society worker from Yorkshire was armed only with a saucepan for his "absolutely unique" Dr Who inspired act.
Martyn sang King of the Road in his Dalek voice - which he has been perfecting for 20 years.
The 42-year-old’s performance was a guilty pleasure for judge Alesha.
Alesha said: “I actually did enjoy it, that’s what confusing me! I’m not supposed to like you but I really did.”
Amanda praised Martyn’s ‘variety’ act.
She said: “Do you know what, I loved that! I did, it’s variety and that’s what Britain’s Got Talent is all about.”
For David though, it was all about the saucepan.
David said: “For me the star of the show was the saucepan, it’s obviously a good one its non-stick!
“It was very original, at no point did I necessarily think you were going to stick that on your head and be a Dalek”
Despite impressing Amanda and Alisha, Martyn left Simon cold. He buzzed and then stopped the performance.
He said: “Martyn I’ve got to be honest with you. I came back from America to do this show because I’m looking for someone who I can possibly put on in Las Vegas.
“With the greatest respect if you turned up with a saucepan on your head and pretended to be a Dalek you would empty stadiums.”
But with yes votes from Alesha, Amanda and David the Dalek impersonator made it through to the next round.