Donchez Dacres charmed the hosts of Good Morning Britain this morning after getting David Walliams’ golden buzzer on Britain’s Got Talent.
The 60-year-old singer wowed the judges with his original song, Wiggle Wine, where he invented special dance moves to go along with it which had everyone on their feet.
His enjoyment was infectious on the Saturday night show, as he got the whole room dancing to his song, including David who got pretty close to head judge Simon Cowell.
Even hosts Ant and Dec came out onto the stage to dance with Donchez, before judges Amanda Holden and Alesha Dixon stormed the stage with David.
Soon after, Donchez headed down towards Simon to continue his moves, before David whacked the golden buzzer and left the stage covered in glitter.
David ran over to Donchez saying: "We love you! We love you!"
Ant also ran to Donchez and gave him a big hug as the singer held back the tears.
Donchez told GMB hosts Ranvir Singh and Kate Garraway how he felt about his success on the show: "It’s unbelievable – I knew what that noise was but not for me.
"I’m thinking I’m just going to chill for a while because it’s too much to take in – it was just amazing.
"It’s great to see that because I feel so good when I am singing and I see other people experiencing the same kind of feeling so it triples up my feelings – it’s very rewarding for me."
The buzzer-winning song then emanated through the speakers and the whole panel, including guests Jane Felstead and Rustie Lee, took to the stage to wiggle wine along with Donchez.
Even some crew joined in with the party, which is likely to continue as Donchez has sailed through to the live shows.
He also spoke to This Morning hosts Ore Oduba and Lisa Snowden and gave them a demo of his dance moves as well, also saying the judges each had their own spin on their version of the Wiggle Wine.
Britain’s Got Talent continues on Saturday from 8pm on ITV, and Good Morning Britain airs weekdays from 6am on ITV.
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