‘Britain’s Got Talent’: Alesha Dixon ‘Moved To Tears’ As Manchester Bombing Survivor Auditions With Her Friends

Alesha Dixon has detailed her reaction to one of this year’s ‘Britain’s Got Talent’ auditions, revealing that she was “moved to tears” when Hollie Booth, a survivor of the Manchester bombing, took part in the tryouts with her friends.

Hollie, 13, suffered two broken legs in the blast and now uses a wheelchair. For her audition, she performed a dance routine with her friends and the Ariana Grande track ‘One Last Time’ formed part of the soundtrack.

While we’ll have to wait until the series starts to see the dance in full, Hollie’s dance group previously shared a video of one routine on Facebook:

“For me that audition was bigger than the show,” Alesha said. “That’s the only way to describe the magnitude of what she’s been through and the moment of her performing on the show.

“It was one of those moments where everyone is humbled.

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