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The Piano fans were left in floods of tears on Wednesday as George performed in train station for host .
The show sees the presenter, 51, visit different cities around the UK with pianist Lang Lang and musician Mika to invite amateur musicians to pay on the public pianos.
This week, Claudia invited Sean Logan, 26, who has Asperger’s syndrome, George, 94, and others to play in Central Station.
Ultimately, Sean became the talented musician chosen by the judges to perform at the Royal Festival Hall.
But it was the final street pianist to play, George, who brought fans of the show to tears with his emotional story and talent.
Heart-warming: The Piano fans were left in floods of tears on Wednesday as George, 94, performed in Glasgow train station for host Claudia Winkleman
Amazing: The show sees the presenter, 51, visit different cities around the UK with pianist Lang Lang and musician Mika to invite amateur musicians to pay on the public pianos
Lang Lang and Mike were immediately big fans of the 94-year-old as they were wooed by his charm as he waltzed through the station.
Speaking to Claudia before he took to the keys, he explained: ‘I’ve been playing off and on now for about 85 years.I’m 94.’
George often plays on the public piano and admitted that he loved playing for people and meeting them as he had been lonely since his wife passed away.
‘My wife’s name was Mary and my oldest daughter, is Janice, my youngest was Alison, she passed away in 1999, she had diabetes and then she developed epilepsy.’
‘My wife died in 2010’ he said as he showed off the last photograph he had of them together.
‘I could spend a couple of hours up there in the station playing and made some friends, I didn’t think I was all that good to be honest with you.’
George played a medley of show tunes on the piano, which Lang and Mika described as being very ‘powerful’ and romantic.
Viewers of the show penned their feelings on Twitter, with one person writing: ‘I know the Channel 4 called the show #ThePiano , but it might just as well be named “The Feels”, because that’s where it hits me every week.
Sweet: George often plays on the public piano and admitted that he loved playing for people and meeting them as he had been lonely since his wife passed away
Moving: George brought fans of the show to tears with his emotional story and talent
‘I get why @mikasounds & @lang_lang made the choice they did in the end, but George’s story & charm really struck a chord (pun intended) with me!’
Another added: ‘SO MUCH TALENT … crying my eyes out … keep shining George.’
‘What an amazing, strong and talented man George is – playing that piano like an elaborate, old cinema Wurlitzer organ style.Fabulous!…’ a third said.
‘Oh George, you’ve got my eyes wet already #ThePiano,’ someone else wrote.
The Piano comes after the has confirmed that will be returning for a second series – just two months after the first came to an explosive end.
Impressed: George played a medley of show tunes on the piano, which Lang and Mika described as being very ‘powerful’ and romantic
The show has now had 34M views on BBC iPlayer, and is the biggest brand new entertainment launch for the BBC in 2 years.
Hosted by , The Traitors is a nail-biting psychological reality competition where 22 strangers play the ultimate game of detection, backstabbing and trust, in the hope of winning up to £120,000.
Speaking about the announcement, Claudia said: ‘I can’t wait to go back to the castle to watch people play the greatest game on television. I’m knitting a high funnel sweater immediately.’
In a video posted to Instagram, Claudia also encouraged potential contestants to apply.She said: I’ve got a small question for you and yes the cloak might be giving it away.