Alesha Dixon gets VERY teary on Britain's Got Talent 2016 over a young singer.
The performer admits we're set to see her have a bit of a "meltdown on the telly" when the auditions begin on ITV from this Saturday night.
"That really surprised me because I don’t often react like that," she said. "I often get emotional and I might get a tear in my eye but I have never actually cried like that.
"But it was one of those moments where I could feel myself getting emotional and I was having an internal conversation with myself at the time she was singing, I was saying, ‘Sort it out girl, get it together’."
Alesha was left in tears after a young girl performed and explained: "It was one of those things that took over me so much, I don’t know what it was about that little girl but for so many reasons that audition really spoke to me.
"If I hadn’t have pressed my Golden Buzzer then I would have 100 per cent pressed it for her. She’s going to inspire a lot of people and she’s a fantastic young girl, she articulated herself so beautifully and she made my day."
Hosts Ant and Dec also spoke about the remarkable audition, teasing: "We looked out at the judges and every single one of them had a huge smile on their faces - even Simon! Alesha was in tears and the audience’s reaction was like nothing we had experienced that day."
Alesha's not been the only BGT judge to get a lot of feels this year with David Waliams revealing how a singer from Malta who had a stammer had a big impact on him.
"It was very emotional when Norbert came on the stage because he was having a tough time talking to us because he had a very pronounced stutter," David said. "But then when he sang it was faultless. And after he sang he was on such a high and was so happy that his stutter had really receded and it was very moving."
He added: "Everyone in the room was incredibly moved and I think people will be when they see it on TV."
Britain's Got Talent 2016 begins this Saturday night on ITV.