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Britain's Got Talent judges break show rules after shedding tears over dancer

Musa Motha gave an unforgettable performance that meant he sailed through to the next round of the show. The dancer from South Africa began his audition by revealing a little about his life story. While chatting to the judges, he spoke about being diagnosed with cancer as a child, which led to his leg being amputated. After originally having ambitions to be a footballer (which he still plays), he switched tact and started dancing with his friends.
Before his song Runnin (Lose it all) by Beyoncé began, Musa admitted to having some nerves. He quickly proved that there was nothing to be fearful of, as he performed an incredible routine of intricate dance moves that demonstrated his immense talent.

Musa, 27, finished his performance by walking backwards off stage, which meant he could be congratulated by hosts Ant McPartlin and Dec Donnelly, who both seemed to got emotional.

Both Amanda Holden, 52, and Bruno Tonioli, 67, began crying, and Alesha Dixon, 44, and Simon Cowell, 63, joined them for a standing ovation.

The crowd in the theatre erupted with cheers in support of Musa, and they began chanting ‘Golden Buzzer.’

Unfortunately, the judges had used all the golden buzzers, which allows acts to skip past the bootcamp stage and go straight to the live shows. Simon decided to go against his show rule and orchestrated all the judges clicking the button together meaning Musa became the eighth act to get a golden buzzer.

The clapping continued to raise in volume as Bruno told Musa: ‘This is all for you!’

As gold confetti filled the stage, Musa dropped to the floor as everyone around him celebrated the milestone moment. The judges then joined him on stage to share congratulatory hugs.

We can’t wait to see what he does next.

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