BGT airs second Golden Buzzer act for Amanda Holden

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BGT airs Amanda Holden's second Golden Buzzer actNick Eagle - ITV

Britain's Got Talent spoilers ahead.

Amanda Holden shocked viewers in tonight's (May 12) episode of Britain's Got Talent as she pressed her Golden Buzzer for the second time.

Impressionist Nabe bounced onto the stage with lots of energy, revealing he had taken a 25-hour flight from Japan in order to audition. "I want to make people smile, all over the world," he told the judges.

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In an unusual performance, Nabe used his hair and small props to create hilarious impressions of well known characters, including Maleficent's horns, Snoopy's floppy ears, Shaun the Sheep and Laa-Laa from the Teletubbies.

Amanda and Alesha Dixon were out of their seats, jumping with joy, and were joined in a standing ovation by Simon Cowell after Nabe performed his showstopper impression of "Simon's chest hair".

The audience and judges were all in hysterics, except Bruno Tonioli, who looked somewhat perplexed at the whole display.

As Nabe smoothed his zany hair back into place, Amanda pushed her Golden Buzzer, despite having already pressed it in the first episode of the series.

"I'm sorry," she said, laughing. "It's so funny". "That's a good one," agreed Simon, as the confetti fell.

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"Honestly, who knew that Simon and Shaun the Sheep had so much in common?" said Amanda, before grabbing the confetti from the stage and tucking it under Nabe's iconic hair.

Back in her judging chair, Amanda continued: "Normally when I press my Golden Buzzer, I'm then in floods of tears and I do a big speech.

"However, this is so different, it's just made me howl. Absolutely laugh my head off. I've never seen anything like it. You were so funny."

Amanda previously pressed her Golden Buzzer after Sydnie Christmas wowed judges with her singing. "I know we only get one, but I got that feeling where I absolutely had to press the Golden Buzzer," explained Amanda after Nabe left the stage.

Britain's Got Talent airs on ITV1 and ITVX.

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