Bruno Tonilio sobbing over amputee dance act as judge breaks BGT rules

BGT: Judges join to give Musa Motha Golden Buzzer

Britain’s Got Talent judge Bruno Tonioli couldn’t contain his emotions on Saturday night when amputee Musa Motha took to the stage to perform.

Musa began by explaining he lost his leg after being diagnosed with cancer, but he hasn’t let that stop him from fulfilling his dreams.

The budding footballer, who moved to London from South Africa, started dancing with his friends after losing his leg.

He said: “After my amputation, I fell in love with music, and my friends who were dancing at that time, I asked them to teach me how to dance.

“And that’s how I started and this is the perfect time for me to reach out to more people and to inspire a lot of people out there.”

Musa’s stunning performance left the judges and studio audience blown away, with Bruno even shedding a tear.

The audience began to chant “Golden buzzer”, with Bruno telling them: “I can’t.”

So far in the series, both Bruno and Simon Cowell broke BGT rules by pressing their golden buzzers twice.

“We’ve got none left,” Amanda Holden told the audience as Bruno weighed in: “I am sorry guys, we have no more left to give.”

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“That was exceptional we have to agree with that,” Bruno shouted before adding: “We used them all, we can’t.”

“If I do it again they’ll kill me,” he continued as the audience started to boo.

Simon looked towards his fellow judges and asked: “Can we push it?”

As the audience started to cheer, Bruno, Amanda, Alesha Dixon and Simon all pressed the golden buzzer together – making it the eighth golden buzzer of the series.

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