A BRITAIN'S Got Talent judge broke the golden buzzer after pressing it at a Worcester boy's audition.

Albert Newton-Smith, aged 11, had dance legend Bruno Tonioli press the golden buzzer for his performance as he danced alongside his friends in the Phoenix Boys.

He pressed it so hard, it broke.

Albert, who attends Claines C of E Primary School, danced alongside the group during the audition, which Bruno said left him speechless. 

Albert said: “It felt amazing getting the golden buzzer and seeing Bruno cry for us.

"I loved being on that stage.”

He added that he cannot wait to perform live in front of the nation with his friends.

Mr Newton-Smith's mother, Hannah, added that she is incredibly proud of her son and the rest of the national group Phoenix Boys.

"He is such a humble young man, and we are so happy for him and the Phoenix boys.

"We wish them all the luck in the world for the live shows."

A teary Bruno said that the group reminded him of being a young male dancer, and emotion got a hold of him when he pressed the golden buzzer and broke it.

He said: "I know how hard it is what you do.

"People do not really understand how hard it is to succeed as a dancer.

"The work that goes into it and the passion and you literally do it for nothing but love.

"I felt that."

The group enjoyed a standing ovation from the auditorium at the London Palladium.

Viewers watched as the judges shared how much they loved the performance from their screens at home last night (Saturday) as the programme was aired.

The Phoenix Boys is a nationwide dance associate programme that provides supplementary training to budding male dancers without an audition. 

Albert  is a member of the national group but also trains at the Harlequin Stage School in Worcester. 

The company's ethos is to provide a nurturing environment for dancing boys to thrive, whether for a hobby or a career on stage or screen.