Every performer dreams of getting a chance to perform on big stages, in front of friendly audiences, and maybe even reaching people all around the world.
But actually making that happen is a whole different story. Most people don’t even give it a shot, and even if they do, there’s no guarantee they’ll be good enough to pull it off.
But luckily, that wasn’t the case for a small group of kids in a choir. They got to perform in front of Simon Cowell and the other judges, and let me tell you, they put on a show that they’ll never forget, despite not looking like your typical performers.
Now, there’s no denying the power of Queen’s song “Don’t Stop Me Now.” It’s one of those songs that really hits you in the feels, maybe even one of the best songs of the 20th century. And let me tell you, when you hear it, you can’t help but be blown away by Freddie Mercury’s amazing singing skills.
But here’s the thing, singing that song is not an easy task. It takes a lot of talent and practice.
But these kids didn’t let that stop them. They walked onto that stage with so much energy and enthusiasm, and both the judges and the audience couldn’t help but laugh at their version of the song. And the best part? These kids didn’t look nervous or worried at all. They were confident and owned their performance.
Simon Cowell gave them some harsh criticism, but they also got the Golden Buzzer from judge David Williams. And let me tell you, that’s a big deal. They were the first contestants on Britain’s Got Talent to ever receive that Golden Buzzer.
You’ve got to watch the video below to see their amazing performance. It’s something you don’t want to miss.