Every performer fantasizes of having access to large stages, warm crowds, and a global audience.
Of course, mustering the courage to actually carry out these actions is a another different matter. Most people are likely not to even try, and even if they do, there is no guarantee that their efforts will be sufficient to complete the task.
Fortunately, a tiny children’s choir that performed for Simon Cowell and the other judges did not experience this. Despite their dark façade, the primary school students put on a performance they won’t soon forget.
The ferocity of Queen’s “Don’t Stop Me Now” cannot be disputed. One of the most poignant songs of the 20th century, if not the best. Any person who hears the song will be completely enthralled by Freddie Mercury’s vocal prowess.
Of course, singing it is a difficult task.
The youngsters were not going to quit despite this, though. They walked onto the stage with amazing enthusiasm, making the judges and audience to laugh out loud at their performance of the well-known song.
The fact that these kids show no symptoms of stress or fear is already a remarkable achievement given their situation. Instead, each of them plays their respective roles with assurance and enthusiasm.
They received harsh criticism for their performance from Simon Cowell and the Golden Buzzer from judge David Williams.
By becoming the first contestant to win the “Golden Buzzer” on Britain’s Got Talent in 2018, they made history.
Watch them perform in the video below: