Britain’s Got Talent viewers couldn’t help but get emotional after a primary school choir sang a moving song about bullying.
Pupils from Windmill Primary School in Leeds wowed the BGT judges with their heartfelt performance lead by their teacher Danny.
The group were unaware that their teacher had signed them up to audition for the talent show and when music-mogul Simon Cowell went in to surprise them at school, the look on their faces were priceless.
Made of members from the ages of 9-11, Class Dynamix arrived on stage thrilling their new friend Simon, along with judges David Walliams, Amanda Holden and Alesha Dixon.
‘No matter what happens,’ they say, ‘When you give your all, anything is possible.’
And the group then burst into a spirited rendition of their very own anti-bullying anthem, clearly impressing former Mis-Teeq MC Alesha with their rhythm and flow.
‘B-U-double L-Y-I-N-G,’ they chant in the catchy little bop. ‘Stop bullies, hey! Stop bullies!’
They get the whole audition theatre singing along, and clearly have several thousand new fans.
Fans quickly took to Twitter to praise the choir, who got four big yeses for sending out an ‘important message’.
One tweeted: ‘I’m definitely not the only one sat here dancing along! What a great choir and what an important message. Great opening to the show!!!’
Another commented: ‘BGT love it. Bullying don’t belong. Well done. Xxx’
One added ‘These kids are amazing ! STOP BULLIES.’
Another child star is on the BGT roster tonight as well, as 12-year-old Fayth gives everything she has with a stirring rendition of Proud Mary by Tina Turner.
Britain’s Got Talent returns on Saturday at 8pm on ITV.
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Published at Sat, 25 Apr 2020 13:13:00 +0000