The first act to be given the Golden Buzzer was Flakefleet Primary School Choir after David pressed the button following an energetic performance.
David was reduced to tears by the Britain’s Got Talent hopefuls’ performance of Queen track Don’t Stop Me Now and hit the Golden Buzzer for them.
It means the act has been fast-tracked to the live ITV semi-finals without having to go through the next selection process.
Now David has revealed he thinks they’ve got what it takes to go all the way after being asked if the primary school group could win the competition.
The great thing about the show is you can’t predict it
Speaking backstage at the BAFTA TV Awards, David said: “Well, yes – I mean it all depends on what happens next, doesn’t it.
“Because obviously they had an astonishing first audition, that they made everyone cry even though it was a happy audition. It was one of those very strange moments.
“But I think if they carry on being that great then I think they could definitely win.
“It’s up to the public and the great thing about the show is you can’t predict it.”
But the choir may have stiff competition in the form of some other talented youngsters.
Amanda Holden finally selected her Golden Buzzer act in the latest instalment of the programme as she put Chapter 13 through to the live shows.
The foursome met while they were appearing in West End production School of Rock and their musical talents wowed Amanda.
The boyband made up of four teenage boys impressed with their Stevie Wonder medley.
Now, it looks as thought the boys are now the current favourites to win.
The group’s odds of clinching a victory have been put at 5/1 while Dave and his dog Finn sit on odds of 6/1.
Meanwhile, Flakefleet Primary School Choir are priced at 6/1. So could Chapter 13 pip them to the post?
Alex Apati of Ladbrokes said: “BGT may have discovered the next One Direction in the shape of Chapter 13.
“There’s every chance the youngsters go all the way and win the series.”
Yesterday, the band appeared on This Morning for a chat with Phillip Schofield and Holly Willoughby.
However, Phillip accidentally called them by the wrong name when he referred to them as “Chapter 5”.
Britain’s Got Talent continues Saturday at 8pm on ITV.
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