When a children’s choir performed “Queen,” the judges were moved to tears and pressed the “Golden Buzzer.”


Every performer dreams of big stages, friendly audiences, and the chance to reach a worldwide audience.

Of course, finding the fortitude to really do these things is a completely different story. There’s a good chance that most people won’t even try, and even if they do, there’s no guarantee that their efforts will be adequate to do the job.

Fortunately, this did not happen to a small children’s choir who performed in front of Simon Cowell and the other judges. The elementary school pupils gave a show they won’t soon forget despite their shady exterior.

The ferocity of Queen’s song “Don’t Stop Me Now” is beyond dispute. One of the most stirring songs of the 20th century, if not the greatest. The song flawlessly displays Freddie Mercury’s vocal prowess and completely mesmerizes any listener who hears it.

Naturally, singing it is not a simple task.

The youngsters, however, were not going to be deterred by this. They entered the stage with enthralling excitement, and the judges and audience both laughed out loud at their cover of the iconic song.

Furthermore, these kids show no signs of anxiety or stress, which is already a remarkable accomplishment given their circumstances. Instead, each one of them plays their part with assurance and enthusiasm.

Their performance was so potent that it earned them Simon Cowell’s harsh criticism as well as the Golden Buzzer from judge David Williams.

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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