ITV Britain's Got Talent music teacher leaves judges with 'goosebumps'

Britain's Got Talent returned to screens on Saturday night as more acts across the country attempted to secure a spot in the semi-finals.

Taryn Charles, a teacher who uses music to help students with special educational needs, stunned the judges with a powerful rendition of (You Make Me Feel Like) A Natural Woman by Aretha Franklin on the ITV show.

The 39-year-old had a standing ovation from the crowds and the judges, and was soon brought to tears as Bruno Tonioli pressed his golden buzzer for the singer. She became emotional at being put through to the semi-finals, as gold confetti rained down on stage.

Amanda Holden admitted she had 'goosebumps' whilst watching the powerful performance, and was later shaking when giving Taryn some feedback.

She said: "You are so down to earth, so sweet and humble and I can see how much that meant to you. I am physically shaking now, I am thrilled for you."

Taryn left the audience speechless with her performance -Credit:Dymond/Thames/REX/Shutterstock

Delighted that he had the 'honour' to press his golden buzzer for the singer, Bruno said: "I am not bragging but I had the honour there of pressing my buzzer. The colour of your voice is unique and you are a very special person."

Alesha Dixon added: "You have one of those amazing tones. You have a classic voice - but above and beyond that, you my darling are special."

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Giving his own thoughts, Simon Cowell said: "I could see you were nervous and I thought this probably won't be very good and then you started singing and this is how people should sing. This is proper singing."

Before he turned to her and asked: "Has someone ever told you that you couldn't do this?," and an emotional Taryn confirmed they had. He added: "I could see you were nervous, and someone said to you at some point this isnt going to happen. Boy have you proved them wrong.

"That's what this golden buzzer is all about and you are a little star."

Meanwhile, Britain's Got Talent won't be returning next Saturday as a schedule shake-up means it will be airing on Sunday instead. ITV made the decision to cut it from screens to avoid a 'ratings war' with Eurovision, which is broadcast on the BBC.

It's not the first time the show has been pulled from its usual slot to avoid clashing with Eurovision, with Chronicle Live reporting the Song Contest on rival channel at the BBC always pulls in more viewers.

Britain's Got Talent will return on Sunday night, May 12.

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