This Morning’s Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield gobsmacked as BGT magician Marc Spelman’s IVF miracle daughter guesses what they are thinking

Marc reduced Ant McPartlin to tears and got a Golden Buzzer on Saturday night’s show thanks to his incredible mind-reading with his daughter.

And today, he once again showed off his skills with the help of his daughter as they guessed what characters the presenting duo were thinking of.

Marc asked Holly and Phil to think of a character and then place them in different settings in their minds.

The magician then played a clip of his daughter, who is now two-and-a-half,  in which he asked her who Holly and Phillip were thinking of.

Holly picked Peppa Pig while Phillip went for Darth Vader – and amazingly, the youngster guessed it correctly.


Completely gobsmacked they could barely speak, before declaring that Isabella should be on BGT rather than her dad.

On Saturday’s night show the magician told how his wife had seven rounds of IVF treatment to try and get pregnant, before being diagnosed with breast cancer.

Thankfully, Tessa had chemotherapy, and both her and little Isabella survived.

Marc began his act by asking the judges to carry out random acts, with David Walliams selecting a red crayon from a box, Alesha Dixon choosing a picture card of a panda, Simon Cowell circling the word 'hat' in a book and Amanda Holden creating a Rubik's cube pattern.

He then gave the audience an insight into the "real magic" of his life as his personal story appeared on the big screen, with the judges and presenters all moved to tears when photos of the youngster were shown.

As pictures of adorable Isabella showed on the screen, the judges, hosts and audience were all teary – and then stunned when the little girl was seen drawing with a red crayon, sleeping with a panda puppet, playing with a Rubik's cube that had Amanda's pattern and saying "hat".

Simon said: "I have a feeling this act is going to change your life. It was unbelievable."

Tearful Ant – who filmed the auditions before he returned to rehab last month – hugged Amanda and then told Marc: "That was remarkable. Well done."

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