Britain's Got Talent semi-finalist Sirine Jahangir broke down in tears towards the end of her performance this evening, leaving the judges concerned.

The singer, who is blind, wowed this evening with her soaring vocals as she played the piano.

But as she sang her final note, Sirine began crying and both Alesha Dixon and Amanda Holden looked incredibly worried.

Afterwards, she was taken by her dad to see hosts Ant McPartlin and Declan Donnelly, who had hurried on stage to check that she was ok.

Dec exclaimed: "Oh Sirine!"

Meanwhile Ant asked: "Before we go across to the judges, are you ok?"

"Yes, I don't know why I cried!" Sirine replied.

Dec added: "It emotional, wasn't it!"

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"Oh my gracious, that got everybody!" Ant said. "So you're OK, we can carry on?"

After she reassured them, Amanda told Sirine: "Oh darling, I really felt for you at the end. That was just magical. Angelic and tender."

She added: "I just feel like you've got something."

Meanwhile, Ashley Banjo said: "Magical is the right word. Something you did with your voice and piano is something hardly any performers can do. I was transported!"

Alesha Dixon agreed, adding: "It's one of those moments that takes your breath away."

*Britain's Got Talent airs Saturdays at 8pm on ITV