Sheffield teenager Kyle Tomlinson has reached the final of Britain's Got Talent on Sunday after a moving rendition of Adele's When We Were Young.
The 15-year-old stunned viewers in the first round of semi-finals last night, winning the public vote along with magical duo DNA.
Kyle received a standing ovation after an incredible rendition of Adele's When We Were Young, in a performance which reduced judge David Walliams to tears.
Walliams branded the singer as "world class" after his emotional rendition of the smash hit which cemented his place as runner-up of the first semi-final.
The achievement comes after Walliams turned down Kyle several years ago on the show.
However, Kyle said that he took Walliam's advice on board and trained even harder and now has the chance of winning the competition on ITV.
Nearly 1.5 million fans cast votes in the first live semi-final with Kyle beating off competition from a street-dancing policeman, an Irish school choir, a knife-throwing couple and an eccentric magician all the way from Amsterdam.