Dog Is A Magician Who Makes Simon Cowell Cry On ‘Britain’s Got Talent’
Does Simon Cowell really believe this dog is a magician?
Of course, everyone thinks there dog is a magician.
Just look at the magical way he/she makes you feel, the infinite love they create in your life.
That’s fine for all dogs.
Dave Wardell knows his service dog, Finn, truly is.
He showed Finn’s ability to turn into a magician on this season’s Britain’s Got Talent.
Head judge Simon Cowell clearly looked impressed with the magic tricks.
What really got him, what really made Simon cry, was Finn’s back story.
The best part of the act seems to be when Wardell and Finn pause the magic and play a video sharing their story.
How Finn was a police dog and Wardell was a police officer.
How Finn lunged in front of a man wielding a knife and sacrificed himself to save Wardell’s life.
I mean, how could you NOT cry?
RadioTimes reports Wardell decided to go on Britain’s Got Talent to help promote a campaign for “Finn’s Law.” The proposed law aims for greater legal protection for service animals. The law had only viewed them as “property”.
Even though this will be remembered as one of the BGT auditions that made judges cry, the complete story has yet to be written.
On Finn’s Law and how far these two best friends go on BGT.
Wardell is already happy with the magic of the experience.
He told RadioTimes, “I’m a police officer who’s used to running through gardens chasing baddies. To be on that stage to have that opportunity is huge,” he said. “If this goes no further Finn and I already feel like we’re winners; we’ve been up there and we’ve done a fantastic job. We’ve done everything we’ve set out to achieve.”
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