Dancers Abi & Harry charmed the Britain’s Got Talent judges at this weekend’s auditions.
After the main show on ITV on Saturday, More Talent showcased some unseen try outs on ITV2.
Amanda Holden, Alesha Dixon, David Walliams and Simon Cowell were at the judges’ desk again as Abi & Harry took to the stage.
But not before revealing some major teenage drama.
14-year-old Abi and 13-year-old Harry told how they used to go out before Abi kissed someone else – and Harry snogged her best friend.
Despite the break up, the pair put on an incredible performance together as they danced to A Million Dreams from The Greatest Showman.
“That is exactly how Simon and I dance,” joked David. “You are fantastic at what you do. Well done you two.”
Alesha added: “You have a great partnership, well done.”
Amanda agreed: “Hugely emotional. I thought you did a superb job.”
Simon concluded: “You’ve got your first yes.”
With three more yeses, Abi & Harry made it through to the next round.
You can watch Abi & Harry’s Britain’s Got Talent 2019 audition in the video above.
Elsewhere this weekend, the main show saw mind reading duo Mind2Mind leave the judges stunned after showcasing their telepathic talents, getting both Simon and Amanda involved in their audition.
More contestants getting four yeses were the Truro Cathedral Choir from Cornwall who sang Can You Feel The Love Tonight? and 15-year-old magician Dan Rhodes, who cut Amanda in half using his cardboard contraption.
Finally, closing the show was 31-year-old singer Leanne Mya from London who gave a touching performance of Sam Smith’s Lay Me Down.
Britain’s Got Talent auditions for 2019 conclude next Saturday night on ITV at 8PM.
The live semi-final shows then follow, starting on Monday, May 27, as the top 45 acts compete for the top prize of £250,000 and a spot on the Royal Variety Performance.