Britain's Got Talent fans are raving about an act dressed as the teletubbies who danced to songs by Beyoncé and One Direction.
Saturday evening’s episode saw a string of talents audition for the show in front of judges, but none captivated the audience quite so much as the appearance of the four characters from the children’s TV show.
As four performers dressed as teletubbies Tinky-Winky, Dipsy, Laa Laa and Po entered the stage, judge Amanda Holden remarked: “Well, I don’t think we need to ask who you are… but, who are you?”
The four teletubbies then introduced themselves before breaking into a dance routine which left both the judges and audience alike dancing along to their catchy performance.
The incredible routine left viewers at home raving over the performance, with many taking to social media to share their thoughts.
One fan wrote: “Who would have thought 3000 adults would be simultaneously raving over the Teletubbies? Fantastic!
Another added: “The teletubbies are more talented than like 95% of the others acts this year #BritainsGotTalent”
A third person said: “Brilliant! Teletubbies doing a bit of Beyoncé & one direction. Only on #bgt”.
A fourth person chimed in: “TELETUBIES ON BRITAINS GOT TALENT, I SCREAMED”.
It follows last week’s show where judge Simon Cowell was left "speechless" as nine-year-old magician, Ryland, performed an "amazing" trick on the ITV show.
Simon said of the young performer, who spoke about his love of Harry Potter before his routine : "I'm speechless. That was unbelievable, seriously unbelievable. I mean, what was so weird was we were talking, kidding with each other about Harry Potter, and then it was like a Harry Potter movie on that stage. That is magic, I mean, unbelievable."
Alesha Dixon added: "You've got fantastic showmanship, the magic was amazing. Fabulous, well done."
While David Walliams joked: "You have magical powers and you need to be stopped", he added: "You should be very, very proud of yourself."
Elsewhere during Britain's Got Talent, Simon was left completely bowled over as he watched Love Island star Amber Davies' sister Jade perform in a Welsh musical choir group.
The music mogul praised the incredible group called Welsh of the West End for their sensational The Greatest Showman performance with the act receiving four yeses from the judging panel.
Opting to belt out the incredibly emotional track From Now On, the singers put on an unbeatable display as they had the entire audience up on their feet.
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