Britain's Got Talent contestant Missing People Choir have reunited a mum and her 13-year-old son
The incredible news comes after Missing People Choir appeared in the Britain's Got Talent final on June 3.
During their performance images of their lost loved ones and their names appear in the background, which was when the 13-year-old boy (who has remained unnamed) saw himself on the screen and got in contact with the charity.
The charity Missing People - who set up the choir - aim to help find missing people and in a statement on their website they confirmed the wonderful news.
The choir is made up of relatives whose loved one have gone missing (Credit: ITV)
Clare Cook, the Co-Founder of the Missing People Choir said: "We are delighted to announce that a 13-year-old missing child who we appealed for on Britain’s Got Talent during the Missing People Choir’s performance saw his appeal and called his mum.
"He is now home safe and well."
The choir who is made up of relatives of many high profile missing people has also revealed that they have a "significant lead" on another lost family member who went missing – Tom Moore.
Tom was reported missing back in July 2003 when he was 31. A photo of him was shown during the Missing People Choir's performance last Friday and Saturday.
Since the choir first auditioned they have raised a significant amount of money for the charity (Credit: ITV)
Even though the choir came eighth during BGT's final they have almost raised £7,000 since appearing on the ITV entertainment show.
The charity was first set up in 1993 following the high profile case of Suzy Lamplugh who went missing in 1989.