The judges started crying after a children's choir performed a cover of 'Queen' that made them press on the 'Golden Buzzer'
Every singer dreams of great halls, a loving audience, and the chance to make his voice heard to the world.
Of course, finding the courage to do these things is something else completely. Many won't even dare take this step, and even when they do, there is no guarantee that it will be enough to go all the way.
Fortunately, this was not the case with a small children's choir that took the stage in front of Simon Cowell and his fellow judges. They may have looked skeptical, but the elementary school kids gave them a show they will never forget..
No one can doubt the intensity of Queen's song "Don't Stop Me Now". One of the most powerful songs from the last century, and perhaps of all time. The song perfectly reveals Freddie Mercury's vocal ability, and also insanely sweeps away any audience that only hears it.
Naturally, it is not an easy song to perform.
And yet, the kids were not going to let that stop them. As they took the stage with captivating enthusiasm, their cover of the classic hit made the judges and audience burst out laughing.
Moreover, there is no sign of stress or fear in these children, which is already an impressive achievement given where they are. Instead, they are all confident in their role, and perform it with joyful professionalism.
Their performance is so powerful that they won the Golden Buzzer from judge David Williams, along with praise and compliments from tough judge Simon Cowell.
They were the first to win the ‘Golden Buzzer’ at Britain’s Got Talent 2018, and that was definitely a statement for them.
Watch their performance in the video below:
What did you think? Amazing, no?
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