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It takes a lot to melt Simon Cowell’s heart, though one act did the trick effortlessly on tonight’s (April 28) Britain’s Got Talent.
So much so, he pressed his Golden Buzzer within seconds of father and son duo Tim and Jack Goodacre finishing their self-penned song. To be fair, it was pretty emotional.
The pair, 43 and 12 from Norwich, took to the stage guitars in hand with expectations sky high, and they didn’t disappoint with their song ‘The Lucky Ones’.
Tears flowing aplenty, Simon got up and declared “this says it all,” going on to press the buzzer.
He then went on stage to shake their hands, saying: “I loved that song, just magic. It reminded me of me and my boy.
“You two, that was fantastic. That was a moment. Well done you two.”
“I was a mess throughout the whole thing,” Amanda Holden added. “It was an amazing Golden Buzzer”.
Alesha Dixon called it the “coolest father and son act” they have had, David Walliams gushing: “It was just wonderful to see a father and son with such a beautiful performance together.”
Simon previously teased how his decision was influenced by son Eric, explaining: “There was this kid and I was thinking, ‘God, that literally could be Eric’.
“It wouldn’t be me as the dad, but it could be Eric. There was something about this boy, he sang with his dad and I thought the song they wrote was really cool.”
Britain’s Got Talent airs on ITV.
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