A mother and daughter act has become Britain’s Got Talent’s fourth golden buzzer act of the series.
Honey and Sammy from Essex wowed the entire audience with their heartfelt performance of Lost Without You by Freya Ridings.
And Amanda Holden was so impressed she gave them her one and only golden buzzer.
It was a truly emotional moment.
The first time the pair went on stage, the 14-year-old explained to the judges why they were there.
‘In the past couple of years my mum got diagnosed with cancer,’ Honey began.
‘It has been a tough couple of years and to be here with my mum is the best thing that has happened to me.
‘I never thought when me and my mum would be singing in the car that it would bring us to this stage.’
Although their audition didn’t go too well as Simon Cowell stopped them half-way through the song.
‘I just don’t like the song but your voices work really well together, how would you feel about coming back later on today?’ he asked them.
When Honey and Sammy came on stage later on that day, they came back with a vengeance .
The pair got amazing feedback from the judges, and it left Amanda reaching for the tissues.
‘After everything you have been through, you deserve that moment,’ Simon said.
‘I am going to remember this audition for a long long time.’
Alesha Dixon commented: ‘I just loved the connection, there’s nothing more beautiful than a mother, daughter relationship.’
Amanda added: ‘Every single lyric that you got right and sang just seemed so poignant to your story it was the most wonderful thing to witness.’
Other acts that audition for the judges on tonight’s instalment are 96-year-old Nora and a group of dancing turtles.
Britain’s Got Talent continues on Saturday at 8pm on ITV.
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