One of Britain's Got Talent's most memorable acts from this year, blind singer Sirine Jahangir
sparked concern on Saturday night when she broke down at the end of her semi final performance.

Sirine impressed the judges with her version of ‘Salvation’ by Gabrielle Aplin at her audition a few months ago and got a rave reaction from the audience in the room, with her brother in tears as she sang.

And then it was Sirine who was in tears on Saturday night as she gave another incredible performance in the third semi-final of 2020, with all four judges and hosts Ant and Dec blown away by her talent.

As she choked on the final lines of her song and struggled to get her words out, tears began to fall down Sirine's face and she looked visibly overcome as she stepped away from the piano was was escorted to the middle of the stage to speak to the Geordie duo as the judges rose to their feet.

As she stood there shaking, Ant asked her: "Before we cross to the judges are you OK? Oh my goodness, that got everyone!"

Sirine replied: "Yes! I don't know why I'm crying!"

Viewers at home were astounded by just how breathtaking Sirine's performance was, with one tweeting: "Such a breathtakingly amazing performance by Sirine Jehangir. The best act by far," and another reacting: "Sirine's voice is stunning and has won tonight for me. I hope whatever happens, she gets something out of this. Well deserved."

All of that meant there was a huge surprise when Sirine didn't make it through on the judges vote with victory in the third semi-final going to magician Magical Bones.

One viewer blasted: "How the hell did Sirine not get through there?" and, in agreement, another posted: "Gutted for Sirine! I think she definitely deserved to win! Hopefully she goes through on the public vote."