Amanda Holden horrified as child suffers dramatic fall and is whisked off stage

Amanda Holden was left totally shocked as a child accidentally tripped and fell during his performance on the new series of Britain's Got Talent.

Austin, six, is a keen scooter-enthusiast and joined his team on the stage for a group performance.

Complete with ramps and props, members Tyler, 10, Red, eight, and TJ, also eight, joined Austin in helmets as they prepared to wow judges Amanda, Simon Cowell, Alesha Dixon and David Walliams for the opening.

But despite sharing an excited start, things went wrong when Austin skidded over and had to be carried off stage by one of the support staff.

"Hello, we met earlier on," Simon began, before noting their act looked "so dangerous by the way".

Cheeky Tyler declared: "Yeah it is!" as the judges smiled.

"So what's the dream boys?" music mogul Simon asked, and once again eldest member Tyler chimed in.

"To win and build our own skate park, and get scootering on the Olympics," he answered.

But while the audience were impressed with the beginning, it wasn't long before they suffered a mishap.

"Oh oh oh oh!" a horrified Amanda cried out, and the studio went silent.

"It looks like he's really hurt himself," a worried Alesha whispered to her fellow judges.

While Simon checked on the other boys still on the ramps, as he gave a thumbs up to one of them.

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Trying to assure the room, Amanda insisted things were "ok", and before they knew it, Austin thankfully returned to the stage.

The whole audience then cheered and clapped as Austin grinned and got ready for his performance once more.

"He's back!" Ant McPartlin shouted, as Dec reassured the contestant he could "take his time" with the set.

Despite a rocky start, the whole group were given four yeses by the judges for their impressive and energetic routine.

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