Everyone has a dream. Even if you don’t tell anyone else about it, you have goals and achievements that you want to hit. Or maybe it’s something you’ve already done, and you’re living the dream? Well, one schoolgirl told her teacher that her dream was to go on Britain’s Got Talent. He set about making a group of school singers to make her dream come true.
Dave McPartlin is the headteacher at Flakefleet Primary School, and he got the huge group of children together about six months before the show was filmed. The kids range in ages from 4 to 11, and also vary in ability.
As Mr McPartlin put it, “some are amazing singers, some are just enthusiastic.” But it’s the enthusiasm that counts, and every child is so enthusiastic. The school singers’ performance is spectacular and filled with fun.
Megan, aged 7, was the girl whose dream was to come on the popular talent show. She had announced it in assembly, and when asked on the show why she wanted to come on Britain’s Got Talent, she said it was “‘Cos I love singing”. Adorable!
The school singers then started their fun-filled rendition of Don’t Stop Me Now by Queen. The performance involved kids on rollerskates, inflatable globes thrown into the audience, and tons of great enthusiasm. There were trolleys, union jack onesies, a robot, and an Elton John lookalike. However, there was so much more! What can you spot?
It all ends with a big group hug, and the children knew that their performance had gone well. But they didn’t realise how well.
Their adorable song earned them positive comments from all four judges and a coveted Golden Buzzer from David Walliams! The comedian was moved to tears by the cute school singers and amazed by their enthusiasm.
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