Britain’s Got Talent judge David Williams sobbed, as his Golden Buzzer act was confirmed during the BGT 2019 launch on Saturday.
David broke down at the end of his chosen act’s audition, sobbing as he prepared to give his judges’ comments.
The act in question was a group of school children and their teacher from Flakefleet Primary School, aged 5-11 from Lancashire.
They proved a hit with the audience, judges and even the hosts as they performed Queen’s Don’t Stop Me Now.
The adorable choir took on a series of roles, including one little boy dressed as a firefighter as others donned masks of the judges' faces.
Clearly sending a message out not to stop them from being who they wanted to be, the little ones ended up crying at the end.
They weren’t the only ones though, as David sobbed his heart out over the scenes leading to him pressing the Golden Buzzer.
He described it as “so moving”, with Ant McPartlin also seen crying his eyes out from the side of the stage.
Simon Cowell said they were “so important to kids this age”, as Alesha Dixon described them as chaos.
David went on: “You’ve just made all our hearts sore today,” before covering them all in golden confetti by hitting the button.
The kids burst into tears, happy to have made it all the way to the live semi-finals.
Viewers themselves were left “in tears” over the moment, as they took to Twitter to comment on the audition.
David joined the kids and their emotional teacher on stage, celebrating their win.
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