Father and son reduce Britain's Got Talent judges to tears with beautiful tribute song

Publish Date
Wednesday, 2 May 2018, 3:11PM

He's usually known for his "Mr Nasty" persona.

But even Simon Cowell's heart was melted by a father-son singing duo on 'Britain's Got Talent' this week.

Tim and Jack Goodacre became the second act to earn a golden buzzer with their mesmerising harmonies and emotional self-penned ballad 'The Lucky Ones'.

Their performance saw 43-year-old dad Tim and son Jack, 12, belt out the tune - which was a tribute to Tim's mother Angela and grandfather Jack - on acoustic guitars.

Tim said: "It's nice to know they'll be looking down. The song is just about us taking stock every day and being grateful for what you have."

After earning a standing ovation, Simon went up to the pair onstage, saying: ‘That was fantastic, I love that song. It reminded me of being with my boy.

‘I’ve got to tell you that was so fantastic, so pure. Well done you two.’

Isn't it such a beautiful performance!?