Britain"s Got Talent judge David Walliams jumps on stage to perform with five dancing sailors

It's raining men! Britain's Got Talent judge David Walliams jumps on stage to perform with five dancing sailors

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00:04 GMT, 14 April 2012

He has never been much of a shrinking violet but nobody expected David Walliams to literally take centre stage when the acts were on.

The Britain's Got Talent judge couldn't resist jumping out of his chair and up onto the boards as five men dressed as sailors stole his heart.

An act from Manchester who call themselves The Show Bears walked on dressed in silver sparkly outfits and began to sing their own version of The Weather Girls hit It's Raining Men.

Hello sailor! David Walliams joined troupe The Show Bears on stage at the Manchester auditions of Britain's Got Talent

Hello sailor! David Walliams joined troupe The Show Bears on stage at the Manchester auditions of Britain's Got Talent

Shake it: The Little Britain star was a natural when it came to dancing with the other five men

Shake it: The Little Britain star was a natural when it came to dancing with the other five men

However the group of guys changed the words to 'We're sailor men' and entertained the crowd before David decided to join them.

The comedian gushed to the group: 'I just want to join and sing that song with you', and then got up with them and danced his way through the whole routine.

They even gave him a glittery hat so that he was fully part of the troupe and he smiled from ear to ear with delight.

In the spotlight: Walliams stole the show as the newest member of The Show Bears but returned to his judging seat

In the spotlight: Walliams stole the show as the newest member of The Show Bears but returned to his judging seat

Colourful costumes: Pipe Bandits hailed from Scotland but the judges seemed more influenced by their outfits rather than their talent

Colourful costumes: Pipe Bandits hailed from Scotland but the judges seemed more influenced by their outfits rather than their talent

Britain's Got Talent has a knack for bringing out the more strange and bizarre acts and Pipe Bandits definitely fitted the bill.

The quintet were dressed in colourful Morph suits and made an act out of playing the bag pipes while wearing the costumes.

The teenagers got together for a school talent show and after they won it they have been playing ever since, although their costumes put off the judges.

Jumping Jack: United We Stand impressed the judges with their good attitudes and impressive routine

Jumping Jack: United We Stand impressed the judges with their good attitudes and impressive routine

Alesha Dixon said: 'You look like a giant condom playing the bagpipes!

While Simon was a little bit sweeter towards them and commented: 'They remind me of five jelly babies!'

United We Stand brought some athleticism to proceedings with an energetic dance performance.

The 14-piece group impressed the judges with their attitude and told them that if they won they would spend the money on a community centre.

Hot wheels: Paula and Gary danced to New York by Alicia Keys and Simon said she was a better mover than Gary

Hot wheels: Paula and Gary danced to New York by Alicia Keys and Simon said she was a better mover than Gary

Long lasting: Paula and Gary have been friends for ten years and she has been in a wheel chair for eight years

Long lasting: Paula and Gary have been friends for ten years and she has been in a wheel chair for eight years

Amanda Holden said: 'Amazing… not seen anything like it before!'

While Simon Cowell was left speechless but managed to add: 'Massive massive potential, I like everything you stand for'.

Next up was duo Paula and Gary from Manchester who treated the audience to a wheelchair dance display.

Dream girl: Hope Murphy wanted the judges to remember her and the 16-year-old achieved that with her great voice

Dream girl: Hope Murphy wanted the judges to remember her and the 16-year-old achieved that with her great voice

The pair have been friends for ten years and Paula has been in a wheelchair for the last eight years.

After dancing to New York by Alicia Keys, Simon told them that Paula was the better dancer.

David added: 'I thought that was amazing, you turned what might have been a negative, into a positive!'

A 16-year-old from Essex was the real star of the show and had all the judges in agreement over her talent.

After hearing Hope Murphy sing an emotional Alesha said: 'you sang it beautifully, you look fantastic'.

Prior to stepping on stage, Hope had said: 'I want to be an act they won’t forget', and it seems she achieved that.

Britain's Got Talent is on ITV1 tonight from 8pm.