Britain's Got Talent: dance sensation Akshat Singh, 13, beat Ant and Buzz GOLDEN BUZZER



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Ant and Dec used their golden bell for the 13-year-old dance sensation, Akshat Singh, after he impressed the audience with his incredible moves.

The adorable teenager surprised audiences with his performance during Saturday's edition of Britain's Got Talent.

Akshat opened his performance by declaring his two mottos in life to the judges, as he said they were: "To make everyone happy and make sure they know that nothing is impossible in life."

Britain's Got Talent: dance sensation Akshat Singh, 13, won the GOLDEN BUZZER of Ant and Dec ... as their incredible moves have left fans

Britain's Got Talent: dance sensation Akshat Singh, 13, won the GOLDEN BUZZER of Ant and Dec … as their incredible moves left fans "in tears" on Saturday night

The teenager certainly proved this to be true when he got into a mix of moves that began with a Bollywood-inspired routine.

He then moved to a more modern dance when he performed for Starships by Nicki Minaj, who saw him fall into a room and declare that children should not be underestimated and that "fat people can dance."

Admitting that he "was not expecting this," Simon Cowell said that Akshat would inspire "many children watching the show, and praised him for making" everyone happy "

Success! Feeling as if the judges were taking too long to deliberate, Ant and Dec stepped on the stage and pressed the golden bell.

Success! Feeling as if the judges were taking too long to deliberate, Ant and Dec stepped on the stage and pressed the golden bell.

Impressive: The teenager certainly proved this to be true when he invaded a mixture of movements

Impressive: The teenager certainly proved this to be true when he invaded a mixture of movements

In tears: Akshat was thrilled after being given the golden bell

In tears: Akshat was thrilled after being given the golden bell

Proud: Giving Akshat a hug on stage, Ant told him that he was "fantastic" and a "remarkable young man" before they said they wanted to "keep him"

Proud: Giving Akshat a hug on stage, Ant told him that he was "fantastic" and a "remarkable young man" before they said they wanted to "keep him"

David Walliams then said: "I would like to be 13 and be watching you on stage because you would have made me feel like I could do anything."

But, feeling like the judges were taking too long to deliberate, Ant McPartlin and Declan Donnelly stepped onto the stage and pressed the golden bell to send it to the finals live.

Giving akshat a hug on stage, Ant told him that he was fantastic & # 39; and a remarkable young man, before they then sprung that they wanted to keep him & # 39;

Impressed: Viewers were delighted with Akshat's performance when they went to Twitter to talk about their incredible moves.

Impressed: Viewers were delighted with Akshat's performance when they went to Twitter to talk about their incredible moves.

Viewers were thrilled with Akshat's performance, which prompted Twitter to talk about his amazing moves.

One wrote in an emotional tweet: "Thank you @antanddec you got me in tears now with your golden bell act."

While another said of Akshat: "Your mottos !!! How sweet. "

One user joked: "This kid in #bgt is me in popworld after redbull vodka loves you."

And another user added, "This kid's dance moves were legitimate."

Sweet: Ant gave Akshat a hug as he came down in tears on stage after passing

Sweet: Ant gave Akshat a hug as he came down in tears on stage after passing

Satisfied: After he thrilled the audience, Dec gave the teenager a hug and said, "Make us proud, I'm sure you made us happy."

Satisfied: After he thrilled the audience, Dec gave the teenager a hug and said, "Make us proud, I'm sure you made us happy."

Delighted: Leading to Instagram after the Akshat show aired on television, Ant and Dec wrote: "We asked someone to play and he ROCKED!"

Delighted: Leading to Instagram after the Akshat show aired on television, Ant and Dec wrote: "We asked someone to play and he ROCKED!"

After he impressed the audience, Dec gave the teenager a hug and said, "Make us proud, I'm sure you'll make us happy."

Leading to their Instagram after the Akshat show on television, Ant and Dec wrote: "We asked someone to rock and he ROCKED! Superb things Akshat, our #BGT Golden Buzzer 2019 & # 39;

Akshat will then be seen onstage for the live finals, where he joins the choir of Flakefleet Elementary School and Kojo Anim.

Shock: This happens after Simon took the place of glittering Daria assistant knife-shooter Andrei Gomonov in the Saturday episode of the contest.

Shock: This happens after Simon took the place of glittering Daria assistant knife-shooter Andrei Gomonov in the Saturday episode of the contest.

Pros: Before Simon joined them on stage, Andrei and Daria showed their skills

Pros: Before Simon joined them on stage, Andrei and Daria showed their skills

This comes after Simon took the place of glittering assistant Daria, knife-thrower Andrei Gomonov, in the Saturday episode of the competition's program.

Simon stood against a blackboard as the bully threw seven blades in his direction-and the audience and his fellow judges gasped at the blow.

Before Simon stepped up, Andrei and Daria were impressed by his performance as David confessed: "It's one of those acts that makes you feel incredibly uncomfortable because there's so much danger involved, but because of the talent and bravery that are ten out of ten , incredible!

While Alesha Dixon said: "You together are so beautiful, and you're so hot it makes the whole show better, I love every moment, I want to see more."

Wowing the audiences: The duo showed their skills, and one of their performances saw Daria being hidden behind a paper cover while Andrei threw knives at the board as she expanded.

Wowing the audiences: The duo showed their skills, and one of their performances saw Daria being hidden behind a paper cover while Andrei threw knives at the board as she expanded.

Amanda Holden added, "It was really exciting and I know you have more to give."

Then Simon added, "I do not know what was worse for who throws the knife or who throws the knives, because if you kill it, you go to prison or you die."

The X Factor judge added that "part of me wants to feel like it" before entering the stage.

After the terrible ordeal, Simon says: "Because I wanted to do this because I wanted to feel like it was, it was terrifying."

His fellow Judge David told the knife thrower, "You could have killed him when you had the chance" when Simon left the stage.

After impressing the audience, the pair received four awards.

Curious: Simon came on stage after saying that "part of me wants to feel what it is"

Curious: Simon came on stage after saying that "part of me wants to feel what it is"

Spooky: After the terrible ordeal, Simon says, "Because I wanted to do it because I wanted to feel like it was, it was terrifying."

Spooky: After the terrible ordeal, Simon says, "Because I wanted to do it because I wanted to feel like it was, it was terrifying."

And the Belarussian knife shooter confessed to The Sun that he was worried that he might "make him seriously wounded," since he "did not know what Simon would do."

Andrei said: "That was a big bet. It was more dangerous because I did not know what Simon would do. I know my partner. She knows she should not be afraid and not move.

"But I did not know if Simon could move. I worried about leaving him seriously injured. I had little nerves. I'm a professional, I need to be ready and stay focused. & # 39;

Drama: The Belarusian knife-sharer has since confessed that he was worried about "leaving him seriously injured," since "he did not know what Simon would do."

Drama: The Belarusian knife-sharer has since confessed that he was worried about "leaving him seriously injured," since "he did not know what Simon would do."

Also performing for the judges on stage was harpist Ursula Burns, who came from Belfast, and the musician gave the panel a surprise with his act.

Telling them that she thought it was her "destiny" to play the instrument, Ursula began to act lying on the floor to pull the harp in a sensual way.

Almost treating the instrument as if it were her lover, Ursula sang Chasing Cars of the Snow Patrol as she lowered herself to the floor and placed the harp between her legs in an act Ant and Dec called "crazy."

Unexpected: Also performing for the judges on stage was the harpist Ursula Burns, who came from Belfast, and the musician gave the panel a surprise with his act.

Unexpected: Also performing for the judges on stage was the harpist Ursula Burns, who came from Belfast, and the musician gave the panel a surprise with his act.

Bonkers: Almost treating the instrument as if it were his mistress, Ursula chanted Pursuing Snow Patrol Cars as she lowered herself to the floor and placed the harp between her legs.

Bonkers: Almost treating the instrument as if it were his mistress, Ursula chanted Pursuing Snow Patrol Cars as she lowered herself to the floor and placed the harp between her legs.

After she finished, Dec joked, "I'm not sure what we've just seen, but I think I really do."

As Simon said in shock, "I have to tell you not to judge a book by its cover, I was not expecting it."

Amanda continued, "You know I almost said no after that, in the end I thought it was crazy, but incredible."

And Ursula's "unique" performance earned her four awards for the panel of judges.

Lost in words: Simon said in shock: "I have to tell you not to judge a book by its cover, I was not expecting it"

Lost in words: Simon said in shock: "I have to tell you not to judge a book by its cover, I was not expecting it"

On the go: Meanwhile, Brian Gilligan moved the audience and the judges to tears with his emotional rendition of Lady Gaga's "I Never Again Again."

On the go: Meanwhile, Brian Gilligan moved the audience and the judges to tears with his emotional rendition of Lady Gaga's "I Never Again Again."

Meanwhile, Brian Gilligan led the audience and the judges to tears with his emotional rendition of Lady Gaga's "I Never Again Again."

Relying on the judges he had held in the West End, but "lost everything [his] confidence "after the tragic death of his brother, Brian said it was the birth of his baby that gave him the unit to sing again.

And the Dublin native put his heart and soul into his performance for the judges, prompting David to say that he had "so much passion and intensity" that he made the "audience cling to every word" he sang.

As Simon said, "Your voice is amazing, it's just phenomenal, I hope that changes everything for you," before giving you your yes.

Candide: Trust in the judges that he has lost everything [his] confidence "after the tragic death of his brother, Brian said it was the birth of his baby that gave him the unit to sing again

Candide: Trust in the judges that he has lost everything [his] confidence "after the tragic death of his brother, Brian said it was the birth of his baby that gave him the unit to sing again

Emotional: The Dublin native put his heart and soul into his performance, and the judges and the audience wept as he sang

Emotional: The Dublin native put his heart and soul into his performance, and the judges and the audience wept as he sang

The episode on Saturday also featured comedian Barbara Nice, who impressed everyone with her comedic abilities and unexpected performance.

Leaving everyone crazy with her jokes, Barbara got some members of the audience to come and help her move from the stage to the panel.

After her presentation, Amanda joked that she was "almost too scared to laugh, because every word that came out of her mouth was great."

As David continued, "You're a whirlwind of comedy, everything was funny and I felt like tonight we watched as a star was born."

Simon also went on to say that he would remember her, as Barbara was given four yeses and sent to the next round.

Hilarious: Saturday's episode also featured comedian Barbara Nice, who impressed everyone with her comedic abilities and unexpected performance.

Hilarious: Saturday's episode also featured comedian Barbara Nice, who impressed everyone with her comedic abilities and unexpected performance.

Hand Held: Making everyone crazy with her jokes, Barbara got some members of the audience to participate and help her move from the stage to the panel.

Hand Held: Making everyone crazy with her jokes, Barbara got some members of the audience to participate and help her move from the stage to the panel.

Big success! David called it "whirlwind comedy," and Barbara received four times and was sent to the next round.

Big success! David called it "whirlwind comedy," and Barbara received four times and was sent to the next round.

While vocalist Jayson Stilwell came to show off his singing skills with an interpretation of When You Wish Upon A Star, but put an unexpected turnaround on the track.

Using an exclusive nasal voice for music, the singer left the audience in spots, especially after Ant and Dec stepped onto the stage to pull funny faces behind him.

After he introduced himself, Simon said, "Our job is to truly give constructive advice, I think if you were to go through you should dress like a frog that might work."

Admitting that he was "very open minded," Jayson received four yeses and was sent to the next round.

Different: While singer Jayson Stilwell came to show off his singing skills with an interpretation of When You Wish Upon A Star but gave an unexpected turnaround on the track

Different: While singer Jayson Stilwell came to show off his singing skills with an interpretation of When You Wish Upon A Star but gave an unexpected turnaround on the track

Chopping fun: Using a unique nasal voice for music, the singer left the audience in spots, with Ant and Dec coming out on stage to pull funny faces behind him

Chopping fun: Using a unique nasal voice for music, the singer left the audience in spots, with Ant and Dec coming out on stage to pull funny faces behind him

Unexpected advice: After he introduced himself, Simon said, "Our job is to honestly give constructive advice, I think if you were to go through you should dress like a frog that could work"

Unexpected advice: After he introduced himself, Simon said, "Our job is to honestly give constructive advice, I think if you were to go through you should dress like a frog that could work"

The couple Margaret and Dave delighted the audience with their sweet and fun dance performance, which earned them four nights.

Explaining that they started performing two years ago, after their daughter gave them dance lessons, the pair awoke the public spirit with their routine.

Amanda said, "You're so cute, you did very well."

As David continued: "It was totally joyful, who would not want to be in a relationship like this, you're still having so much fun after all this time."

Simon then added that he thought they were going to be "horrible," but said he liked that when he admitted, "It was not Swan Lake, but I prefer Swan Lake."

Sweet: Couple Margaret and Dave delighted the audience with their sweet and funny dance performance that led them to win four songs

Sweet: Couple Margaret and Dave delighted the audience with their sweet and funny dance performance that led them to win four songs

Delightful: explaining that they started performing two years ago, after their daughter gave them dance lessons, the pair awoke the public spirit with their routine.

Delightful: explaining that they started performing two years ago, after their daughter gave them dance lessons, the pair awoke the public spirit with their routine.

Encouraging: Simon thought they would be "horrible," but said he liked it when he admitted, "It was not Swan Lake, but I prefer Swan Lake."

Encouraging: Simon thought they would be "horrible," but said he liked it when he admitted, "It was not Swan Lake, but I prefer Swan Lake."

Although there were many artists capable of celebrating, not everyone succeeded, as comedian Steve Best struggled to make the audience laugh with his act.

Receiving four of the judges' notices, Simon was brutally honest in saying, "Wow, all I can say, I'm no expert at this, but I'm reacting to the audience so I'll say no."

David added, "I'm really gutted, it did not work out for you, sorry."

And the sound healing practitioner Eeshi-Ra-Hart also received four in the No. s following her routine, which made her ring a bell and sing aloud.

Not through: Although there were a lot of artists who could celebrate, not everyone managed to pass as the comedian Steve Best struggled to get the audience laughing with his act

Not through: Although there were a lot of artists who could celebrate, not everyone managed to pass as the comedian Steve Best struggled to get the audience laughing with his act

She failed to impress: The sound healing practitioner Eeshi-Ra-Hart also received four in the following her routine, which made her ring a bell and sing aloud.

She failed to impress: The sound healing practitioner Eeshi-Ra-Hart also received four in the following her routine, which made her ring a bell and sing aloud.

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