A WREXHAM male voice choir reduced the judges to tears with their performance on Britain's Got Talent. 

Johns' Boys Male Chorus, from Rhosllanerchrugog, auditioned on the ITV talent show on Saturday night. 

The award-winning choir consists of male singers ranging in age from 14 to 73. 

Aled Phillips, the choir's conductor, introduced them to the judges by saying: "We rehearse on a Sunday afternoon - and we rehearse in a cow shed."

"To see all these two-legged people is marvellous," he joked. 

But any thoughts in the audience that the choir had come for a nice day out were quelled when they started to sing. 

Their stunning rendition of Calum Scott's 'Biblical' even had the judges tearing up. They received a standing ovation from the audiences and judges, with Amanda Holden and Bruno Tonioli overcome with emotion. 

Ant McPartlin said: "That's how you do it, gentlemen."

Judge Bruno Tonioli described the performance as "divine" and that he was in "music heaven" whilst listening to it. Alesha Dixon added that the performance was "really powerful". 


Amanda Holden said: "As soon as you said you're a male voice choir from Wales - I knew I was going to cry. 

"It was just an exceptional audition."

Simon Cowell added: "We've had a lot of choirs on the show and no one's had that 'moment' - until now, this is the moment."

Some viewers said that the choir was "robbed" of receiving the golden buzzer - which would have secured their place in the semi finals of the show.