In the first semi final of this year's Britain's Got Talent, the first nine of 45 acts performed for the judges.
We had high hopes with Welsh singer Kathleen Jenkins (not to be confused with Katherine) and mother and son singing duo Melanie and Jamie who impressed in the auditions. But viewers took to Twitter complaining that Britain may have actually run out of talent.
No one understood what skill Ben Blaque was showing when he brought judge Alesha Dixon onto the stage and told her to fire arrows at him.
His 'crossbow roulette' involved Ben being strapped to a wall while Alesha pulled four levers, with one of the five apparently aimed at him. To his horror Alesha accidentally fired two at once, but they still all missed.
-- simon cooper (@coopscufc) May 22, 2016
-- Peter Killey (@SwoopIOM) May 22, 2016
So how was that dangerous Ben Blaque?? Well done on fixed crossbow points and standing well clear ?? #BGT2016
-- Gary Jenkins (@garyjenks23) May 22, 2016
Some needed proof the last arrow was actually aimed at him.
Ben Blaque didn't pull the last arrow. How do we know that it was actually set to shoot at him? Fake. #BGT2016
-- lacey (@laceypaigeT96) May 22, 2016
How was that 'roulette' when none of the arrows were aimed at him?! #BGT2016
-- Amy Taylor (@ammylace) May 22, 2016
Of course we were reminded not to try such dangerous experiments at home.
Got my crossbow out. strapped myself to the living room wall only to be told don't try this at home. Typical #BGT2016
-- Steve Baldwin (@popeye_no_8) May 22, 2016
It had us all wondering...
#BGT2016 After 10 years I think Britain is running out of talent.
-- Darren Wild (@WildDarren) May 22, 2016
Think I could go on stage, fart into a microphone, and win #BGT2016
-- Liam Newman (@thatliamnewman) May 22, 2016
Even Simon Cowell admitted it was "a weird night".