The Hungarian dance troupe wowed the audience at the Britain's Got Talent auditions.

The latest series of Britain's Got Talent has got off to an emotional start after shadow dancers, Attraction, reduced the judges and audience to tears.

The Hungarian dance troupe won four yeses after delivering a stunning performance which told the story of love, romance, marriage, birth and death.

Dancing to Emeli Sande's hit Read All About It, the unique act used the movement of their bodies, which are projected as shadows on to a screen in front of them to portray the awesome dramatics.

Visibly touched judge Amanda Holden described the routine them as "one of the most moving acts I have seen in seven years".

"My goodness. I actually can't speak. I found that just so emotional and touching. You just made me really think about everything. It was amazing," she said.

Simon said: "Guys I just want to say thank you actually for coming over to enter this competition. I'm always very flattered when people from other countries want to compete on this show and it is one of the best acts I've ever seen in terms of originality and it was very touching."

The performance has already garnered worldwide attention, with many viewers piling on the praise.

One viewer said: "That was a beautiful performance."

"Just greatness at its finest," another fan added.

Attraction have now emerged as the bookies' favourite to win the entire series, being given a 4/1 chance of taking the crown.

Britain's Got Talent continues next Saturday at 7pm on ITV.