BGT judge David Walliams cries uncontrollably during kids’ ‘moving’ performance

BGT judge David Walliams cries uncontrollably during kids’ ‘moving’ performance

April 5, 2019

Britain's Got Talent judge David Walliams cried uncontrollably during a group of schoolchildren's "moving" performance.

A colourful audition by a school choir for the ITV talent show's 13th series, which starts on Saturday, proved to be a tear-jerking moment

The pupils made judge David Walliams cry uncontrollably with their erratic but colourful and funny performance of Queen’s hit Don’t Stop Me Now.

Flakefleet Primary in Fleetwood, Lancs, has been dubbed Britain’s happiest primary.

Crying David said: "It was so moving, I don’t know why it is so moving. It was one of the most joyous things I have ever seen.


"You made all our hearts soar today. It is what you want your childhood to have been like and what you want you children’s childhood to be like."

BGT boss Simon Cowell told head Dave McPartlin: "I think you are so important to kids this age to remind them to have fun. Your joy that you radiated is infectuous. This is what Britain’s Got Talent is all about."

Fellow judge Alesha Dixon said: “That was absolute chaos and joy.”


Ant McPartlin had a heart-melting return to BGT when a little girl gave him a hug and sobbed: “I’ve missed you.”

The emotional ITV comeback host, 43, lifted five-year-old contestant Emily up and told her: “I missed you too – love you lots.”

Ant has had a year off to focus on his drink and drug addiction.


He and co-host Dec Donnelly, 43, embraced on stage before the choir completed their act and hugged them both.

Ant and Dec then embraced on stage before the children left the stage and hugged the pair, including the touching moment from Ant

The choir from Flakefleet school is easily the highlight of the opening show.

The episode also includes a knife act Cowell calls “the most dangerous act I’ve ever seen” and Amanda Holden being scared by a magician act involving a ghost.

*Britain's Got Talent airs on Saturday at 7.15pm on ITV

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