A couple in their 60s performed Crazy in Love on Britain's Got Talent and it was everything


When a husband-and-wife duet pick Beyoncé's Crazy In Love to show how they feel about each other after 44 years of marriage, you know you're in for a treat really.

Ian and Anne Marshall are both in their 60s - let's just take that in for a second. And their performance led to David Walliams choosing them as his golden buzzer act. After their audition, Simon Cowell even said "For once, I get it".

People just couldn't help but love them.

Obviously they were TOTAL couple goals.

The performance had some, erm, interesting elements.

And, well, the dance moves went down a treat.

Basically, their story and their performance was very cute.

People felt they could identify with them, you know?

And people just knew it would be David's sort of thing.

Meanwhile, other oldies did well in this week's BGT - 68-year-old Colin played piano upside down on his head. As you do.