A mum and daughter singing duo left the judges stunned on this week's Britain's Got Talent auditions.
Mother and daughter act Ana & Fia movd the judges with their powerful performance of Barbra Streisand's Tell Him.
Originally from Indonesia, full time mum Ana, A-level student Fia and Fia’s brother Afi moved to the UK in 2011 and they now live in Essex.
The pair said they were feeling "excited and nervous" about their audition in front of the judges.
"We've been singing together for less than a year," revealed Ana, "When we're practising, we do argue a lot."
"We never thought we'd come this far, to sing in front of thousands of people, in front of the judges," added Fia.
On stage, Ana told the judges she was hoping for a fresh start after a difficult time in her marriage.
She and daughter Fia went on to stun the panel as they sung together, getting a full standing ovation from all of Alesha Dixon, David Walliams, Simon Cowell and Amanda Holden.
"It's just wonderful to see you up there and see you take courage and strength," commented Amanda. "I just want the best for you, there is a place for you in this competition."
"It was incredibly emotional from the first note," added David.
With four big yeses, Ana and Fia sailed through to the next round - but will they make the live shows? Stay tuned!
The pair weren't the only singers this week as heartthrob Josh Curnow also performed for the judges, although he didn’t just impress David Walliams with his voice .
26-year-old singer-songwriter Josh from Cornwall sung a cover of Basket Case by Green Day.
But his audition started off badly when David buzzed him BEFORE the performance when Josh mentioned he had a girlfriend in the audience.
"Off, off, get off!" joked David.
Britain's Got Talent continues Saturday nights on ITV.
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