Britain’s Got Talent 2012: 9 year old Malakai Paul makes the judges cry with ‘Listen’ performance!

Malakai Paul is one of the stand out acts, who will be featured on tomorrow night’s Britain’s Got Talent show.

The young boy will be seen taking to the stage to perform for Amanda Holden, Simon Cowell, David Walliams and Alesha Dixon on the last audition episode of the ITV show tomorrow evening and let’s just say his tryout turns out to be one of the most emotional we have seen on the show to date.

The nine year old singer astounds the panel with his version of ‘Listen’ by Beyonce, a difficult song to sing for someone twice his age and Alesha Dixon in particular is moved by his vocals and the feeling he injects into his performance, while his mum waits nervously backstage.

Amanda Holden appears close to tears also and speaking on This Morning, Britain’s Got More Talent presenter Stephen Mulhern said:

‘It’s the first time on the series that we’ve seen the judges really get emotional and he’s only nine years old.’

Tune into Britain’s Got Talent tomorrow, at 8pm to see the youngster shine and to hear what the judges have to say about his moving performance.

Also featured on the episode will be stunning eleven year old singer Molly Rainford. Check out a video of her singing here.

Meanwhile, ITV have confirmed that the live semi finals of the series will commence on Sunday 9th May, but it has been reported that they will operate with a sixty second delay, in case David Walliams gets too rude.

We can’t wait to see if young Malakai makes the final cut!

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