Alesha Dixon is already having her heart-strings tugged on “America’s Got Talent”.
The former “Britain’s Got Talent” judge and newly-minted “AGT: Champions” panellist made quick use of the Golden Buzzer. Shadow dance group The Silhouettes had the audience completely enthralled with their story about a man and his dog. Dixon celebrated the performance by smash, smash, smashing that sweet golden buzzer.
“I’ve got four dogs at home, so they had me straight away,” Dixon laughed while speaking with People. “I felt so happy that I got to push [the Golden Buzzer] for them because they’re such inspirational young people up there doing something incredible and creative. I know they’re going to inspire so many people.”
“For me, with the Golden Buzzer, I always say you can never predict what you’re going to do. It’s a feeling, it’s a gut instinct, it’s in the moment. My heart just felt so warm when I was watching them,” she continued. “They appeal to so many people because it’s just family-friendly. They tell a story so beautifully that they just tap into that emotion.”
The Silhouettes placed second in season six of “America’s Got Talent”.