Britain’s Got Talent fans feared the Giang Brothers would DIE on-screen after seemingly making a massive ‘mistake’.
The daredevil circus stars completed "the most dangerous performance of their lives" during the BGT final.
Giang Quoc Nghiep and Giang Quoc Co, a pair of Vietnamese brothers, risked everything by attempting an insane trick for the first time without a safety harness.
With one brother on top of the other’s head, the pair moved across a set of wobbling podiums.
Viewers thought they would be killed live on air after a misplaced foot caused the podiums to collapse and a safety team ran in.
The judges and the audience were stunned and Amanda Holden couldn’t even look.
After a long, nervous wait they jumped across and somehow made it to the platform in front.
The ecstatic brothers punched the air with joy while receiving a standing ovation from the crowd.
After joking we’d "all tried that", David Walliams said: "You cant believe what your watching. If you saw this in a movie you’d say it was a special effect."
Alesha Dixon, who didn’t think they’d stay alive, said: "I was like nah they’re not gonna make it. I should have had more faith. You’re unreal. You were like two gods up there."
While Amanda Holden admitted her "nerves and pants were on edge".
Simon Cowell added: "My god you upped your game. You know what’s so amazing about you – you are the Greatest Showmen. You know how to put on a show. That was really impressive."
Shocked BGT viewers took to Twitter after watching the men defy all logic.
One viewer said: "These two put me on edge man! Thought someone was genuinely gonna die or something then
"Oh my god that was the worst thing i’ve ever watched in my life i was so tense oh my god thought i was about to watch a man die," added another.
A third said: "Oh. My. F***ing. God. NO WAY did that guy just jump across that gap with his brother on his head?!?!!"
* Britain’s Got Talent airs tonight on ITV at 7.30pm
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