Britian’s Got Talent judges in tears over kids’ performance as girl tells Ant McPartlin she ‘missed him’

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BRITAIN’S Got Talent judges are reduced to tears by a joyful kids’ audition and Ant McPartlin wells up after young girls says she “missed him” as the entertainment show returns this weekend.

Saturday’s launch show sees Ant, 43, make his long-awaited TV return after taking an extended break from the limelight following last year’s drink drive charge.

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Flakefleet Primary School bring the house down[/caption]

And it’s a tearjerker as Flakefleet Primary School, from Fleetwood, Lancs, perform Queen’s Don’t Stop Me Now led by headteacher Dave McPartlin, who is of no relation Ant.

After the children bring the house down, judge David Walliams says: “You made our hearts soar.”

“It’s one of the most joyous things I’ve ever seen.

“This is what you want your childhood to have been like – and what you want your children’s childhood to be like.”

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David Walliams was visibly moved by the performance[/caption]

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The schoolkids had the time of their lives[/caption]

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Amanda Holden and Alesha Dixon are as glamorous as ever[/caption]

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David strips to his underwear much to Simon Cowell’s horror[/caption]

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A pair of chiselled brothers doing death-defying stunts with swords in their mouths[/caption]

As the kids leave the stage Ant picks up a girl called Emily and jokes: “Right. I’m keeping one.”

Hugging him tightly, she says: “I missed you.”

The emotional star says he “loves her lots” when she eventually lets go.

Elsewhere there’s a Queen Elizabeth II impersonator, a pair of chiselled brothers doing death-defying stunts with swords in their mouths and plenty of laughs as David Walliams does a cheeky striptease ending up sprawled in front of Simon Cowell.

Earlier this week Simon said Ant looks happier than ever ahead of his Britain’s Got Talent return.

There’s a Queen Elizabeth II impersonator
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The head honcho opened up to The Sun’s Dan Wootton on Lorraine, admitting it felt like his spell in rehab “never happened”.

Simon revealed: “It’s like it never happened. That’s when you know it’s comfortable because it’s like we are all back together again, we are friends.

“These things happen, I really did miss him. It’s the happiest I’ve seen him in a long, long time.”

Amanda Holden, who appeared in the interview alongside David Walliams and Alesha Dixon, added: “He looks really healthy.”

Their comments come after Ant and his co-star’s first joint interview since Ant was forced toadmit his addiction problems when he crashed into two cars in south-west London last year.

 

Their comments come after Ant and his co-star’s first joint interview since Ant was forced toadmit his addiction problems when he crashed into two cars in south-west London last year.

Earlier this week Simon said Ant looks happier than ever ahead of his Britain’s Got Talent return

Ant is back on the popular talent show alongside Dec
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While everyone knows Ant took time out of the spotlight to deal with his addiction issues in rehab, it wasn’t known Dec asked for help to sort through his own problems.

“I’m not too proud to say I sought help when Ant was away and throughout Ant going away,” he told the Guardian’s Weekend magazine.

“It’s the most destabilising thing that has ever happened to me.

“Therapy helps to talk to somebody independent, who doesn’t watch or care about TV. We just sit and talk for an hour.”

Ant was twice over the legal limit when he crashed last March.

The judges sat down with Dan Wootton on Lorraine


The shocking incident threatened the duo’s 30-year career and was a massive strain on their relationship.

“I wanted to punch him and I wanted to hug him at the same time,” Dec admitted.

“I’d be lying if I said the thought hadn’t crossed my mind [to end the friendship]. I thought about every eventuality and every permutation.”

Britain’s Got Talent returns to screens on Saturday night (06.04.19).

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