The judges began to cry after a children’s choir performed a cover of “Queen,” which prompted them to hit the “Golden Buzzer.”

Every musician fantasizes of enormous venues, adoring audiences, and the opportunity to make his voice heard around the world.

Finding the confidence to accomplish these things, on the other hand, is an entirely different story. Many will not even attempt this step, and even if they do, there is no guarantee that it will be sufficient to proceed all the way.

Fortunately, this was not the case when a little children’s choir performed in front of Simon Cowell and his fellow judges. They may have been hesitant, but the primary school students put on a display that they will never forget.

Nobody can deny the power of Queen’s “Don’t Stop Me Now.” One of the most powerful songs of the twentieth century, if not all time. The song excellently demonstrates Freddie Mercury’s singing ability while also sweeping away any audience that merely hears it.

Naturally, it is a difficult song to perform.

Nonetheless, the kids were not going to let it deter them. Their cover of the famous ballad made the judges and crowd burst out laughing as they approached the stage with mesmerizing zeal.

Furthermore, these children show no signs of stress or terror, which is an astounding feat given their circumstances. Instead, they are all confident in their roles and carry them out with enthusiasm.

Their performance was so good that they were awarded the Golden Buzzer by judge David Williams, as well as praise and praises from severe 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:

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The judges began to cry after a children’s choir performed a cover of “Queen,” which prompted them to hit the “Golden Buzzer.”
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