If you’re not crying, David Walliams opened up the floodgates for everyone as he poured buckets when Flakefleet Primary School from Lancashire took to the stage to recreate the magic from the Sainsbury’s Christmas advert – minus Plug Boy and replacing him with Bin Boy instead.
Speaking about the performance on yesterday’s Lorraine, David said: ‘I was sobbing. I don’t think I’ve sobbed on this show before, ever. It takes a lot to make me cry.
‘But there was just an act which was just so beautiful so life affirming, so joyous.
‘It was one of those strange things where it’s like happy tears, but you are absolutely sobbing. And actually it wasn’t just me.
‘Stephen Mulhern just said there were grown men in the audience sobbing throughout it. I think it’s one of the most magic moments we have ever seen on the show.’
‘Alesha and I started crying because you were, I have to say,’ added Amanda Holden.
Britain’s Got Talent returns to ITV Saturday at 7.15pm on ITV.
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