BGT judge Simon Cowell cried last time police dog Finn graced the stage, and he was visibly emotional when he watched one of his favourite acts perform in tonight’s live semi-final.
Not only did ex-police officer Dave and Finn bring the magic, they also brought a few pals along too in the form of six adorable puppies.
The four-month-old pups are all in training to become fully fledged police dogs themselves one day, and they caught not only our hearts but Simon’s too.
When the youngsters were brought on stage Simon pushed out his bottom lip in a show of emotion and could be heard saying off-camera: ‘oh my god, those dogs!’
The puppies were part of Dave and Finn’s mind-reading trick in which they got the judges to choose six random letters which were eventually revealed to be emblazoned across their coats.
For an extra dose of the wow factor, the puppies were then rearranged so their doggy jackets spelled out ‘future’, with Dave pronouncing the dogs as the future of the police force.
Finn and his extra special guests were given a standing ovation from the judging panel, with David Walliams telling Dave the magic was all well and good but he could have just brought out the puppies and won the same reaction.
Simon was bowled over by Finn’s mind reading skills: ‘A magic heroic dog and a magic heroic owner. I mean it was just fantastic’.
He went on to reminisce about the act’s first audition, which saw Simon really get into his feels, saying: ‘Your audition was one of my favourite ever auditions.
‘When I watched it back – it was emotional on the night but when I saw it back – what all of you guys do is remarkable and good for you.
‘It was a great, great magic act. Congratulations.’
Dave and Finn ended up winning the first live show, with Dave humbly saying: ‘It’s much more about [the dogs] than it is about me.’
Britain’s Got Talent live shows air every day this week at 7.30pm on ITV.
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