mashable.com - Upon the return of Britain's Got Talent Saturday night, viewers enjoyed praiseworthy performances from the usual suspects — that is, singers and dancers — but the show's most impressive act was one in which audience members could neither see nor hear the performers.
Following its moving portrayal of one couple's love story and subsequent tragedy, a Hungarian shadow-theatre company called Attraction left the live audience in tears, and brought judges Simon Cowell, David Walliams, Alesha Dixon and Amanda Holden to their feet.
Conveying strong emotion through their exquisite movements, the troupe created many memorable scenes, which were projected as shadows onto a screen. Watch the entire performance, above.
What do you think of Attraction's shadow act?