Voices of Armed Forces Children’s Choir Leaves Judges in Tears on BGT

A Children’s Choir From Fleetwood, Lancashire, Blows the Judges Away on Britain’s Got Talent

These adorable primary school kids just blew the judges of Britain’s Got Talent away with their incredible performance! They have only been singing together for a short time, but they definitely left a mark on the judges’ hearts.

They’re the Voices of Armed Forces Children’s Choir, a group of 49 tri-service children from Plymouth to Lossiemouth in Scotland. Their heart-warming audition will be featured on Saturday’s episode of BGT.

Voices of Armed Forces Children’s Choir

During their performance on the hit ITV show, the choir was praised by judges Simon Cowell and Amanda Holden. They were a group of children whose parents serve in the Armed Forces, and they sang a heart-wrenching song about missing family members who are deployed. The performance left viewers in tears, and the judges were happy to send them through to the semi-finals.

The Voices of Armed Forces Choir is made up of military children from Navy, Army, and RAF families across the country. The choir is supported by a charity called Never Such Innocence, which provides creative workshops for Service Families. The children’s performance of Welcome Home didn’t leave a dry eye in the house.

SSG Chelsea Friedlander has sung in several opera and musical theater productions. Her roles include Cunegonde in Candide (Light Opera of NJ), Marie in The Daughter of the Regiment, and Olympia in Tales of Hoffmann. She also sings with the U.S. Army Chorus and has appeared as a soloist with the Maryland Choral Society, National Chamber Singers, and the Alexandria Chorale.

Flakefleet Primary School

Flakefleet Primary School in Fleetwood, Lancashire, is a happy place. It recently won the happiest school award from training and consulting company Laughology, and its head teacher Dave McPartlin (no relation to BGT host Ant) says that happiness is a big part of the children’s day-to-day life at school.

Embracing their motto ‘Dare to Dream’, the pupils have been making waves with their creative projects – including staging a mock royal wedding complete with two mini Meghans and Prince Phillip and their own feel-good single called Light Up, which they used to raise money for Alzheimer’s Society.

Now the school is aiming even higher with its new partnership with Discovery Education, which will provide the entire school staff with a one-year personalised professional development programme designed to help them use technology and digital resources to improve learning. The partnership will also include access to Discovery’s global community of teachers, where they can share best practices and learn from each other’s experiences.

Simon Cowell

Simon Cowell is the creator of Britain’s Got Talent, and he has been its executive producer for several seasons. He has also created a number of other television shows and is a music entrepreneur with a thriving record label, Syco Music. His company has signed many famous recording artists, including Little Mix, James Arthur, Fifth Harmony, Olly Murs, and Noah Cyrus.

He also created the popular X Factor franchise in the United States, and its UK counterpart, The X Factor. He has also judged American Idol and Pop Idol. He is known for his blunt comments to contestants on the show.

The Voices of Armed Forces Children’s Choir were the first act to audition for the new series of Britain’s Got Talent, and they left judges David Walliams, Amanda Holden, and Alesha Dixon with tears in their eyes. They performed their original song, which was written as a tribute to their family members who serve in the military. The choir earned four yeses from the judges, and they will return to compete in the next episode.

David Walliams

David Walliams is a well-known children’s author who has written over 100 books including Mr Stink, Gangsta Granny, Billionaire Boy, Ratburger and The Boy in the Dress. He is a champion of reading and recently appeared at Hay Festival in Wales.

He has also hosted Thrills and Spills and guest presented Blankety Blank. He is also a regular on the TV show Britain’s Got Talent.

He left the show in 2022 after apologising for making disrespectful remarks about contestants during filming breaks. According to a leaked transcript, Walliams called an older performer a “c***” three times when the performer was out of earshot after an unsuccessful audition. These comments were allegedly picked up on microphones that are used to capture conversations between judges during the auditions. He subsequently sued Fremantle Media, which produces the show, for misuse of private information and breaching data protection laws. He claimed he has suffered psychiatric harm and financial loss as a result of the incident.

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