Britain's Got Talent's oldest EVER contestant Nora Barton, 96, thrills judges ...

Britain's Got Talent returned for another round of auditions on Saturday night, with 10 acts hoping to impress the judges.

And one act that certainly did that was 96-year-old Nora Barton, who is the ITV show's oldest ever auditionee and fulfilled her dream of performing at the London Palladium.

Nora, who has Alzheimer's, left the judges, audience and viewers thrilled with her utterly charming performance, with fans at home declaring she should win the show. 

Impressive: Britain's Got Talent fans were in awe as 96-year-old Nora Barton, who is the ITV show's oldest ever auditionee, fulfilled her dream of performing at the London Palladium

Impressive: Britain's Got Talent fans were in awe as 96-year-old Nora Barton, who is the ITV show's oldest ever auditionee, fulfilled her dream of performing at the London Palladium

Ahead of her performance, Nora already had fans tickled as after host Ant McPartlin asked: 'What are you doing for us today', she cheekily replied: 'nowt!' 

Nora was helped on stage by Ant, with her daughter Pam Dimbleby, 65, who accompanied her, remarking that it was a dream for her mother to play there. 

The great-grandmother once again had everyone in giggles as Amanda Holden asked: 'How long have you been playing the piano?', with Nora replying: 'Not me!' 

Dressed to impress in shimmering red top, floral skirt and a flower in her hair, Nora then belted out The Loveliest Night Of The Year from 1951 film The Great Caruso, with Pam playing along on piano.

Winner? Nora, who has Alzheimer's, left the judges, audience and viewers thrilled with her utterly charming performance, with fans at home declaring she should win the show

Winner? Nora, who has Alzheimer's, left the judges, audience and viewers thrilled with her utterly charming performance, with fans at home declaring she should win the show

After wowing with her audition, she was left thrilled as she was given a standing ovation, with Nora saying 'thank you very much!'

Then, as David Walliams began to give his verdict, Nora had difficultly locating him on the judging desk, with her daughter Pam assisting her by pointing him out.

He then told her: 'You are a very special lady because you are full of life, full of laughter, full of joy and you've just entertained the nation at 96.'

While Alesha Dixon declared: 'Once a show woman, always a show woman! I really enjoyed that whole performance, it was just completely charming! Congratulations

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