Crowd weeping with father and son’s song forcing Simon to hit the ‘Golden Buzzer’

Britain’s Got Talent has offered us another charming representation hard to forget. This time a father-son duo was the moment who stole the hearts of the crowd.

Tim Goodacre, 43-year-old and his 12-year-old son Tim, have take judges breath away with their original song. Their unique style and passion for music are unquestionable. Anyway, they’ve never imagined that their song “The Lucky Ones” would produce such a powerful reaction among both the judges and the audience.

“We’ve all had family losses and things like that, and as a father and son – it’s a father-son and family song. It’s about us,” explained Tim their decision of writing the song. While Jack added “It’s about how lucky we are to have what we have.” This sens of grace is what gave them the courage to perform in front of such a large audience; judges, live public and online viewers alike.

The moment when father-son duo started to sing was to beautiful for words to describe it. And the live audience’s eruption in cheers was the proof of it. When the judges started their review, Tim and Jack  were visible nervous. But one of the judges had a very pleasant surprise for this beautiful performance.

Take a look at what happened next in the video bellow!


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