Flakefleet School singers get the golden buzzer on Britain's Got Talent

BGT judge David Walliams hit the golden buzzer when youngsters from Flakefleet School performed
BGT judge David Walliams hit the golden buzzer when youngsters from Flakefleet School performed
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David Walliams has become the first Britain's Got Talent judge of the series to hit the golden buzzer after being brought to tears by a group of singing Fleetwood schoolchildren.

The boys and girls, aged five to 11, from Flakefleet Primary School performed a choreographed routine to Don't Stop Me Now by Queen led by their head teacher.The rendition earned them a standing ovation from Walliams and his fellow judges Alesha Dixon, Simon Cowell and Amanda Holden - before Walliams gave them a place in the next round.As Walliams hit the button and the stage was covered in gold confetti, the head teacher - now dressed in a Union Jack onesie - burst into tears and embraced his students.An emotional Walliams broke down, telling him: "You're a great teacher. This is your moment."The rest of the show saw nine acts go through to the next round and only one fall flat.A drag queen dressed as the Queen began the programme and earned four yeses for a bold routine.Ventriloquist Jimmy Tamley, 64, from Devon, won plaudits after inviting Walliams and Holden up on stage.But his performance took an unexpected turn when Walliams stripped to his underwear and clambered on to the judges' table in front of a shocked-looking Cowell.Less successful was Ron, an act from Nottinghamshire, who left the judges baffled after appearing on stage dressed as a Dalek from Doctor Who.His rendition of Bobby McFerrin's Don't Worry Be Happy had them all serving up a "no", in less than 20 seconds.Possibly the most daring act of the night was the Vardanyan Brothers, aged 28 and 32, from Russia, whose death-defying balancing act had the judges and audience covering their eyes.Host Ant McPartlin branded the pair "crazy fools" as one balanced on the tip of a sword, metres from the ground.