A teenage duo called Bars and Melody wow the judges in tonight's Britain's Got Talent 2014 auditions.
The pair, also known as BAM, are made up of school boys Charlie 15 from Bristol and Leondre 13 is from Wales.
The teenage singers perform their own version of Hopeful by Twista and Faith Evans with original lyrics about their past experiences of bullying, which leaves the audience fully supporting the young lads.
And the judges can only be nice too, with Amanda Holden remarking: "I'm just so happy for you. (To Charlie) Your voice is beautiful. We were all in tears. So well done.
"It seems like we hardly need to critique you it went so well," David Walliams added. "For two young kids like you to come out and sing about something that really affects you and do it in a style that’s completely yours is a really rare thing. "
Alesha Dixon tells them: "The minute you started that verse it brought a tear to my eye. It was really, really moving."
Leondre replies: "If it wasn’t for you I wouldn’t be rapping so thank you so much."
Meanwhile, Simon thanks the pair for making him glad he sat through a load of other poor auditions.
"I’ve heard some monstrous songs today and I was literally losing the will to live," he explained. "You know what, I listened to every word. Did this stuff happen in your life? I think that record could be a hit. I really, really like you two."
Britain's Got Talent kicks off tonight from 7PM on ITV.
Browse pictures of this evening's latest round of auditions here!