Britain's Got Talent has come to Huddersfield for the first time!

The ITV talent show is here for one day only at the Packhorse Centre, where anyone can walk-in and show off their skills.

Auditions are preliminary, and are being held by producers from the show before the televised auditions panelled by judges Simon Cowell, Amanda Holden, Alesha Dixon and David Wallliams.

This year's show are looking for more diverse talents than ever and love to see all things weird and wonderful.

If you're heading down today, why not get in touch and tell us what your talent or special party trick is?

You can contact us on Twitter at @Examiner, on our Facebook page here or email us at editorial@examiner.co.uk. You can also call our newsdesk at 01484 437712.

A member of our news team will also be around to speak to you and find out how you hope to wow the judges.

So time to warm up your vocals, lace up your dancing shoes and get that bunny back into your top hat!

Thank you and goodnight!

That’s all from us - full report from today’s audition here

Including this guy:

WATCH: Singer croons Beauty & the Beast

Here is the singer from earlier - what a lovely voice!

This video was tweeted by the Packhorse Centre.

Time for some Viking funk rap

Nope, we don’t know either...

Singer croons Disney tune

Singing "popular"

Has anyone from Huddersfield ever been on BGT?

Yes, actually.

One of the most notable contestants is young comedian Jack Carroll. Jack came runner-up in the show in 2013. The 18-year-old with cerebral palsy had the panel in stitches with his gags. Just this week it was announced he is set to appear on Live at the Apollo alongside controversial comedian Frankie Boyle.

Helen Garnett appeared in the semi-final of this year’s show when she performed Jess Glynn hit Take Me Home with her three daughters. She has since gone on to launch her own choir, All For One, at Huddersfield New College.

We also ran a story earlier this year after a man from Golcar claimed a star on the show had ripped off his visual drums act. Michael Fish, an electronic dance musician who calls himself DJ Afishal, and who has appeared under a different name on BGT, hit out at Sérgio Gaocho who performed a drum and light show on the Portuguese version of the show. You can see the full story of what happened here.

Britain's Got Talent judges Simon Cowell, Amanda Holden, Alesha Dixon and David Walliams.
Britain's Got Talent judges Simon Cowell, Amanda Holden, Alesha Dixon and David Walliams. (Photo: Thames/Syco)

Meet the team behind the panel

Say hello to the producers!

Songstress has a go at Whitney classic

Examiner reporter Joanne said: “I offered Roya my umbrella to sing into but she had a brush. She felt more comfortable holding something & the Mic is fixed.”

Auditionee's attempt at Bottle Challenge

Greenhead College student Tom Nuttal is trying to impress the judges with his attempt at the Bottle Challenge.

Not sure if it’s ready to take the world by storm just yet...

Let's do this

Welcome to the Huddersfield's Got Talent live blog!

Whether you’re an aspiring musician, know how to tell a Christmas cracker of a joke or have a weirder and more wonderful talent, producers at Britain’s Got Talent want to see it!

The show will be making a whistle-stop to the Packhorse Centre today, in its first ever visit to Huddersfield in its tenth year of production.

And Huddersfield is no stranger to making a splash on talent shows. The town has produced a handful of hopefuls appearing on TV talent shows, including X Factor finalists Carolynne Poole and Ashford Campbell, as well as Brighouse funnyman Jack Caroll who finished as a runner-up on Britain’s Got Talent in 2013.

So join our live coverage today as we meet the locals hoping for their chance for a big break - who knows, one of them might well be the show’s next big star.

Jack Carroll on Britain's Got Talent
Jack Carroll on Britain's Got Talent (Photo: THAMES TV/SYCO)