Britain's Got Talent fans never miss a trick and it is no surprise they were quick to point out a recent act's talent show past.
The popular ITV programme was back on air on Saturday night (May 14) with Amanda Holden, Alesha Dixon, David Walliams, and Simon Cowell ready to see what else the country had to offer in terms of entertainment.
And things were soon getting emotional. The judges, London Palladium audience and viewers watching at home were treated to a performance from the Dane Bates Collective.
The troupe took to the stage and their look gave a hint as to what story they'd tell as they dressed in wartime attire. They said they perform across the UK to "tell stories," however, it was probably more tear-jerking than viewers expected as they revealed that their performance was recreating a letter from the choreographer's great-grandad to his great-grandma which told his wife he had been captured in the war. READ MORE: ITV Britain's Got Talent viewers make the same Amanda Holden complaint minutes into show "It's a piece of history, something that we need to keep remembering," a member of the group told the judges. "We really want to get this story across," she added as Simon wished them "luck".Read more on manchestereveningnews.co.uk