BGT's Alesha Dixon sobs as she gives Golden Buzzer to choir led by boy with brain tumour

Britain's Got Talent's Alesha Dixon was brought to tears as she hit the Golden Buzzer for a choir led by a heroic eight year old boy facing a brain tumour, named Ravi.

The latest episode showcased 'Ravis Dream Team', a multi-generational choir of individuals aged five to 78. Their emotional performance of 'A Million Dreams' from box-office hit The Greatest Showman, saw the youngster leading the group straight to the shows semi-finals.

Ravi was one of last years Pride of Britain winners, where he received the recognition of Child of Courage for his strength and fundraising efforts.

Explaining why he chose to audition, Ravi shared: "I've watched BGT all my life and always wanted to audition for it. Two years ago I was diagnosed with a brain tumour and I'm here to show no matter what life throws at you, you can still achieve your dreams."

Britain's Got Talent judge Alesha Dixon was left sobbing as she hit the Golden Buzzer for a choir led by an eight-year-old boy with a brain tumour on Sunday night
BGT's Alesha Dixon was in tears after the emotional performance -Credit:ITV

Following the tear-jerker rendition in which Ravi was supported by family, friends, educators, medical professionals who have assisted him during his diagnosis, as well as children from the brain tumour community, judges Alesha and Amanda Holden were left in tears The choir's moving performance even warranted a standing ovation.

Alesha, clearly moved, swiftly pressed the Golden Buzzer, struggling to articulate her feelings through her tears: "The Golden Buzzer is such a personal thing and I always say I can only press it when it feels right and you're such a remarkable young man, you really are. The moment you started talking, you just had me..."

Bruno Tonioli, Alesha Dixon, Amanda Holden, and Simon Cowell
Bruno Tonioli, Alesha Dixon, Amanda Holden, and Simon Cowell

She was overcome with emotion again and managed to add: "I just loved it, well done to all of you."

Judge Simon Cowell spoke next, offering praise: "Ravi, I think you're very talented, very brave, very special person. I'm so happy that you've had this moment because you deserve it, all of you. That's what I call magic! "

A truly touched Alesha proceeded to join the choir on stage for a round of hugs to celebrate their unforgettable achievement.

Ravi's Dream Team will join Sydnie Christmas and Ssaulabi Performance Troupe as Golden Buzzer acts progressing to the semi-finals. On Twitter, viewers shared their emotional reaction to the performance.

One user said: "Crying again! I'm a wreck #bgt golden buzzer well deserved".

Another tweeted: "Ravi's Dream Team I'm not crying you are! #BGT"

While a third added: "Crying my eyes out #BGT."