15-year-old boy wins Golden Buzzer due to his magnificent performance of ‘Hallelujah’
Since I was a young child, I have always wished to be famous. I used to see myself as an actress, accepting my gold award on stage or strolling the red carpet. I even thought about making a profession out of singing before realizing that it wasn’t really my cup of tea. I enjoy seeing other people try their luck at being famous, such as in «Britain’s Got Talent.»
Additionally, when the competitors take the stage and showcase their abilities, we get to hear about their experiences. I must add that everyone of these people is deserving of their place on stage.
You’ll learn about a little child today who, despite being teased for his love of music and his size, overcame his self-doubt and won everyone’s hearts.
A 15-year-old boy from Sheffield, England, named Kyle Tomlinson is completely devoted to singing. He really made his debut on Britain’s Got Talent at the age of 12. David Walliams advised him to take vocal lessons in order to advance to the second round, as he was unable to do so at the time. The adolescent heeded David’s advice and went back to the BGT stadium three years later after spending more than £2,000 on voice instruction.
He thoroughly awed the judges and audience this time with his performance of «Hallelujah.» He did more than simply «wow» them—he defeated them by taking home the coveted golden buzzer for his captivating performance! What a wonderful honor!
You can see Kyle’s breathtaking and devastating performance below, and you can feel the intensity and gleam in his eyes. It’s hardly shocking that he received the golden buzzer.