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Matthew Morrison was reduced to tears as he watched James & Oliver perform their tricky moves during Saturday night's The Greatest Dancer.
Yet James and Oliver's tumble didn't cost them because the Glee star, 40, cherry picked the duo for his final three to take into the live shows.
Actor - Tears - Performance
The actor was seen wiping away his tears after he was so touched by the brotherly performance from the 16-year-old and 11-year-old.
James and Oliver pulled off a number of tricky lifts together as they put on a contemporary style dance to Lukas Graham's Seven Years Old.
Tumble - Pair - Audience - Moves - Bench
Despite suffering a small tumble, the pair managed to impress the audience with their moves using only a bench as a prop.
Matthew was moved to tears by the duo's dance and he insisted he 'loved' the stumble because it made them 'human'.
Comradery - Room
He divulged: 'The comradery you had with each other was so beautiful to watch. I loved the stumble you had because it made you human and gave you room to grow.'
Elsewhere, Cheryl admitted she couldn't take her eyes off contestant Kieran as the hopeful praised her as a God during The Greatest Dancer episode on Saturday.
Dancer - Threes - Routine - Ed - Sheeran
The dancer, who didn't make any of the final threes, pulled off an incredible and unique routine to Ed Sheeran's Shape Of You.
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