I’ve always wanted to be famous as a kid. I used to act like an actress as I accepted my prize on stage or on the red carpet.
Before I realized that singing wasn’t always my thing, I even considered a singing career. Today, I enjoy watching those who attempt fame, such as « Britain’s Got Talent. »
What’s even more charming is that we hear the stories of all of the contestants before they take the stage and demonstrate their talent.
I have to say that each of these individuals is deserving of this platform.
You are going to hear today about a young boy who was bullied a lot for his love of music and his weight, but despite this, he was able to win everyone’s affection.
Kyle Tomlinson, a 15-year-old English boy from Sheffield, has a lifelong love of singing. In fact, he competed on Britain’s Got Talent for the first time when he was only 12 years old.
David Walliams advised him to take singing lessons to improve his skills instead of giving him the chance to advance to the second round at the time.
After spending over £2,000 on vocal training, the teen took David’s advice and returned to the BGT stage three years later.
His rendition of « Hallelujah » completely wowed the audience and judges this time around.
In point of fact, he did more than just « wow » them; he also won their hearts by earning the elusive golden buzzer for his mesmerizing performance!
What a tremendous honor! See Kyle’s talent and passion in action in the video below, which is both amazing and heartbreaking. He certainly deserved the golden buzzer!