Britain's Got Talent returned to our screens a couple of weeks ago, with this year's candidates all doing their best to win over the judge's and the nation's hearts. And one contestant certainly did just that.BACK BRITAIN'S BRAVE NHS HEROES - CLICK HERE NOW
Beth Porch appeared on the talent contest on Saturday 18 April, and instantly stunned viewers and the panel alike.
The NHS nurse from Devon sailed through to the next round with an emotional performance of an original song called You Taught Me What Love Is.
She revealed she wrote the touching words to reflect the difficulties and challenges of working on a children’s ward.
Beth has been working as a member of the frontline as the health service continues to battle the coronavirus outbreak, and she received a standing ovation from Simon Cowell, David Walliams, Amanda Holden and Alesha Dixon.
All four judges, who aren't impartial to a little cry on the show, declared their appreciation for all she and her fellow colleagues are doing for us as a nation.
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Britain’s Got Talent winner already ‘revealed’ as NHS worker Beth Porch (Image: ITV)
Britain's Got Talent: Beth is an NHS worker who's currently on the frontline battling coronavirus (Image: ITV)
Amanda said: "You have such a difficult job. I don’t know where you find the strength.
"I totally admire you for doing that selflessly every single day but to also have this kind of talent is God-given so you literally are an angel in every way, and I’m sure lots of parents at that hospital agree."
Alesha added: "I just want to say