Britain's Got Talent audience break down in tears as key worker choir's emotional performance
BRITAIN'S Got Talent audience will be in floods of tears as the key worker choir takes to the stage on Saturday.
The judges fought back their tears as The Frontline Singers brought hope and unity with an original song.
Founded by James Beeny and Gina Georgio during the COVID-19 Pandemic, The Frontline Singers is made up of key workers and professional performers who have worked on the frontline during this difficult time.
The emotional performance will see the audience break down as they listen to the touching lyrics, while judges Amanda Holden and Alesha Dixon struggle to fight back tears.
Some of the heartwarming lyrics include: "Where every boy and every girl living in this strange old world.
"We'll see the best that we can be…they will learn from you and me."
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In the first national lockdown, The Frontline Singers recorded a virtual performance of Strange Old World – an original song written by James and Gina to raise charitable funds for the NHS.
The song, which doubled its Just Giving Target in its first week online, is performed by 50 frontline workers and features theatre stars Karl Queensborough and Paul Wilkins.
From police officers and doctors to top West End professionals, the group has come together to spread a message of hope and solidarity through song.
In the autumn of 2021, the group came together from around the country to sing together in person for the first time.
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Fans of the choir have already taken to social media to praise them, with one writing: "What an amazing song! Every person in the world needs to hear this and show love to others in our communities. I can't wait to hear more!"
A second posted: "Splendid, sometimes it just has to be simple to really shine out. Cheers."
A third added: "Thank you all key workers for everything you have done, this is really touching my heart."
It comes after ITV viewers were left reaching for the tissues after a group called 5 Star Boys performed last Saturday.
Beau, 12, Toby, 11, Adam, 10, Joey, 10 and Ollie, 11 said they were "excited and nervous" to be performing on the biggest talent show in the country.
The youngster explained they had been bullied in the past for being dancers, so the performance to You Will Be Found, from the hit musical Dear Evan Hansen meant a lot to them.
When asked why they wanted to take part in the show, they said: "We are trying to spread the word for boys who dance because it's not always easy for us because we get bullied.
"We kind of just want to say to ourselves 'we know we are better than them'.
"Boys can dance if they want to it's not going to affect anyone else.
"And they are just people that are jealous of you."
The group stunned viewers at home and the thousands of people in the arena with their stunning performance.
The judges were left equally impressed as they fought back tears.
Amanda Holden admitted the moving audition had "reduced her to tears".
"I thought it was an extraordinary piece and you should feel enormously proud of yourselves because it was beautiful," a teary-eyed Amanda said.
David Walliams agreed: "This was sensational."
Alesha Dixon echoed: "Collectively you were just stunning and I loved everything about it.
"I loved everything about it. You are gorgeous boys and your parents must be so proud."
Simon Cowell was blown away by the brave performance and said it was the best he had seen all night.
"Wow wow wow wow wow…there was something about you when you walked out and I know this is tough what you told us but I promise you, you stand there now as five strong boys who can say to all those idiots, 'well you can't do what we just did'," the music mogul said.
"For me this was the best audition we've seen all day."
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Viewers were left sobbing as they watched the touching performance.
Britain’s Got Talent continues this Saturday at 8pm on ITV and ITV Hub
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