92-year-old Ted Hall, who impressed the Britain’s Got Talent judges along with 21-year-old Granddaughter Grace on Saturday, hopes to put his new found fame to good use. Ted told ITV1's Daybreak yesterday that he was hoping to find his long lost aunt thanks to the show.
"My grandmother had nine children, eight boys and the ninth was a lady, and I’ve lost touch with them," Ted explained. “But she’s living somewhere, and if she’s looking into this programme, ‘It’s Ted, we knew each other when we were about 40′.
“She was only a few months older than me and she went to live in Derby and had two children who I believe joined the air force. One was a squadron leader who was in charge of mountain rescue.”
On his new lease of life thanks to the show, Ted added: “I could live 24 hours a day like this.”
Ted and Grace received three yeses from the judges - David Hasselhoff, Michael McIntyre and Amanda Holden - on last weekend's show.