The fourth live semi-final of ITV’s variety contest Britain’s Got Talent saw the return of 35-year-old balloon modelling pro Ryan Tracey, who we watched smash the record for the Fastest time to model five balloon sculptures blindfolded in the auditions.
This time the Northern Irish government employee decided to go for a record that had been unchallenged for 12 years - Most modelling balloon sculptures made in one minute.
Cue official Guinness World Records adjudicator Vicky Tweedy.
Vicky and stormtroopers 
She entered the stage flanked by Stormtroopers, adding to the extremely tense atmosphere in the studio, and counted Ryan in.
His nerves were palpable as he tried to make as many balloon animals as he could in the time allowed.

Once Vicky had examined each of the balloon sculptures she announced that Ryan had equalled the record of 13 balloons, successfully earning his second Guinness World Records title and a huge cheer from the audience.

The support for our adjudicator Vicky was also incredible, with judge David Walliams asking if he could buy her a drink and the Telegraph dubbing her a ‘new cult heroine’ after the show.
Unfortunately Ryan doesn’t make it to the finals, outvoted by dancers MerseyGirls and singing duo The Pensionalities, but we’re rooting for him to be chosen as the wildcard!