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Audience Moved To Tears Over Magician On ‘Britain’s Got Talent’

Audience Moved To Tears Over Magician On ‘Britain’s Got Talent’

The first night of Britain's Got Talent has been packed full with singers, stunts, naked men, comedy, dancers and magician.

While every contestant and group have their stories, it was Marc Spelman's that caused a few tears in the theatre.

Marc asked the judges to do a bunch of strange tasks like picking a card, a word, a colour and moving a Rubik's cube and it didn't seem to spark anyone's imagination.

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But then he wanted to show the audience what 'real magic' was and a video played behind him, explaining that after five years of IVF, Marc's wife found out she had cancer while she was pregnant.

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Miraculously, their daughter Isabella got through chemotherapy and viewers saw photos and videos of the baby playing. But as the videos continued, it soon became apparent that Marc managed to guess what the judges were going to pick for each of their things.

But this video was filmed over the course of two years and yet he still managed to pick what Simon, David, Amanda and Alesha were going to select.

It was so impressive that Ant and Dec gave him the Golden Buzzer.

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Featured Image Credit: Britain's Got Talent/ITV

Topics: magic, Entertainment, TV and Film, Britain's Got Talent, UK

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