Ant McPartlin suffered a painful fall just minutes into Britain’s Got Talent’s first live semi-final.
The first live semi-final kicked off with hosts Ant and Declan Donnelly introducing the four judges, Simon Cowell, Amanda Holden, Alesha Dixon and Bruno Tonioli.
They then surprised the audience with their special guests, 2009 BGT winners Diversity who performed on stage.
At the end dance troupe leader Ashley Banjo ran forward as Ant and Dec came running to join him.
But Ant’s feet slipped right out from under him and he slammed to the floor in a hilarious entrance.
The judges fell apart laughing as Ant got back on his feet and Dec asked him if he was okay.
He replied: ‘I wet myself and farted at the same time!’
Laughing off the blunder, the hosts made their way to the judging panel to talk before the show.
Amanda wasted no time in asking Ant: ‘Is your coccyx alright?’
He assured her he was fine and Simon quipped that it was the comedy duo’s best entrance yet.
Dec took the opportunity after the break to replay the fall in slow-motion much to Ant’s displeasure.
Ant quipped: ‘I’m making a claim! That was a very slippy stage.’
Dec added: ‘You better lawyer up.’
Viewers at home couldn’t help but react to the hilarious moment and took to Twitter to voice their amusement.
Musa Motha golden buzzer
Meanwhile 27-year-old Musa Motha earned a special golden buzzer from the whole panel after wowing with his incredible dance routine.
The dancer, who in his audition explained that he had his leg amputated after being diagnosed with cancer, performed a stunning contemporary routine to Runnin’ (Lose It All) by Naughty Boy ft. Beyoncé & Arrow Benjamin.
“That was one of the most extraordinary auditions I think I’ve ever seen on this show. I’ve so much admiration for you, what you’ve been through,” Alesha gushed.