Britain's Got Talent airs third Golden Buzzer act

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Britain's Got Talent spoilers ahead.

Britain's Got Talent has revealed this year's third Golden Buzzer act, as judge Alesha Dixon made her decision.

Tonight's (April 21) episode saw Alesha choose her Golden Buzzer act after a moving performance from choir Ravi's Dream Team.

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Eight-year-old Ravi explained why he wanted to audition, saying he'd watched the show all his life. "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."

"My brain tumour's stable, but I'm still living with the day-to-day effects" he added, when asked how he was doing now.

Ravi was joined on stage by his friends and family, as well as teachers, medical professionals who have helped him, and other children from the brain tumour community. Together as a choir, they sang a touching rendition of A Million Dreams.

The judges, Ant and Dec, and the audience were all visibly moved during the performance, with Amanda Holden tearing up. After a standing ovation from the audience, Alesha calmly reached over to the Golden Buzzer and confetti rained down on the choir.

"It had to be! It had to be!" said Dec approvingly, watching the cheers from backstage.

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"Ravi, I think you're a very talented, very brave, very special person. I'm so happy that you had this moment, because you deserve it. All of you, by the way," started Simon Cowell.

"That's what I call magic and that's why we have Golden Buzzers, for people like you. So deserved," he added.

Alesha had a tear-stained face as she explained: "Well, you know, the Golden Buzzer is such a personal thing and I always say that I can only press it when it feels right. And you're such a remarkable young man."

Bruno Tonioli called Ravi a "hero", and an emotional Alesha began crying again as she continued: "The moment you started talking you just had me, and I just loved it."

The Golden Buzzer means Ravi's Dream Team will return during the live semi-final shows.

Britain's Got Talent continues next Saturday (April 27) on ITV1 and ITVX.

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