David Hasselhoff reveals his tears over disabled dancer at auditions

David Hasselhoff

New Britain's Got Talent 2011 judge David Hasselhoff has revealed about an emotional audition on this year's show, involving a disabled dancer. Speaking ahead of Saturday's return of the programme, The Hoff said that the dancer had all of the panel "in tears" with the emotional audition.

The Knight Rider star said yesterday: "The real young talent in this show is a dancer and it was pretty much for me the most emotional moment in the show. He has a handicap. He came alive and he was just unbelievable. You could see him dance his life out on that stage and it was pretty emotional for me. He was an amazing kid."

The 58-year-old continued: "It had us all in tears. It was amazing and I think that's what the audience wants to see. I notice watching [when watching the show back], even though we've seen all the acts, we're still moved because we hadn't seen all the back stories."

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Britain's Got Talent 2011 starts this Saturday at 8:20PM on ITV1.

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