The Collaborative Orchestra on Britain's Got Talent gave us major goosebumps

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The Collaborative Orchestra and Singers WOWED on Britain's Got Talent 2016 tonight with a surprise performance.

33-year-old Nicholas Bryant originally stepped out on stage, leading the judges to believe he was auditioning just as a pianist.

"The piano is a special instrument you can make some really beautify melodies," he said. "I play the piano whenever I can, I'm slightly obsessed."

However after beginning to play, Nicholas was joined on stage by a violinist and then a lot more.

In fact, throughout the audition a flash mob of orchestra musicians and singers appeared around the theatre as they performed Queen's Don't Stop Me Now.

While the judges were suitably impressed, Simon Cowell did have one concern.

"I've one slight problem, I've worked out if you win you'd make about 8p each," he told the massive group.

"What we'd really love to do is perform in front of the Queen," Nicholas replied. "That would be a dream come true for us."

"That was one of the most brilliantly put together performances I've ever seen, fabulous," raved Alesha Dixon.

With four yeses, The Collaborative Orchestra and Singers sailed through to the next round - but will they make the live shows? We've got a wait to find out!

Britain's Got Talent 2016 continues Saturday nights on ITV.

Watch the The Collaborative Orchestra and Singers' performance below...

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