Britain's Got Talent: Watch David Walliams cry as he chooses his heartwarming Golden Buzzer act

7 April 2019, 20:03 | Updated: 8 April 2019, 11:56

By Tom Eames

David Walliams teared up as he watched the heartwarming performance of the Flakefleet Primary School on Britain's Got Talent, and their routine set to Queen's 'Don't Stop Me Now'.

A group of primary school children earned a coveted Britain's Got Talent 'Golden Buzzer', after moving judge David Walliams to tears.

The boys and girls, all aged five to 11, from Lancashire's Flakefleet Primary School, performed a fun choreographed routine to 'Don't Stop Me Now' by Queen, led by their head teacher Dave McPartlin (no relation to Ant!).

The Story of... 'Don't Stop Me Now'

They will now head straight from the auditions to the ITV show's live semi-finals. Their performance earned them a standing ovation from Walliams and his fellow judges Alesha Dixon, Simon Cowell and Amanda Holden.

Walliams then gave them a place in the next round by pressing his Golden Buzzer, much to the kids' excitement.

The comedian told McPartlin: "You're a great teacher. This is your moment."

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The routine was somewhat similar to recent adverts by John Lewis and Waitrose and Sainsbury's, while it also felt like a real-life version of feel-good movie Nativity starring Martin Freeman.

Watch the full performance below:

Flakefleet Primary School gets first GOLDEN BUZZER of 2019! | Auditions | BGT 2019