A 9-year-old girl called Arisxandra Libantino is just one of the amazing acts on Saturday's premiere Britain's Got Talent 2011 show. The youngster wows the new look judging panel during her audition, leaving both the judges and audience speechless with her stunning voice.
After belting out Jennifer Hudson's 'And I Am Telling You' during her audition in Birmingham, David Hasselhoff describes Arisxandra as the best singer in the competition, asking: "Are you really nine?"
Meanwhile Amanda Holden declares: "You have the biggest set of lungs ever for someone so small," while Michael McIntyre adds simply: "I am in shock."
A show insider told The Sun about the audition: "Nobody was expecting that much from this little girl - then she opened her mouth. It was a real Susan Boyle moment."
Meanwhile more bizarre acts on Saturday's show include a singing sailor pig. 41-year-old Andrew Evans' act sees him getting down on all fours in a pig mask, sailor suit and a wig before singing. Amanda Holden tells Evans the act was "one of the most bizarre things we've ever seen on the show".
Britain's Got Talent 2011 hits screens on Saturday April 16 at 20:20 on ITV1.