Jaycob Curlee

OK… this will make you tear up for sure…

To not know if someone loves you as a child!! To beg people to adopt you!!

Singer Jaycob Curlee overcomes a rough childhood to get to the “America’s Got Talent” stage. See how his cover of John Mayer’s “Waiting on the World to Change” gets the crowd to its feet!

This boy is an inspiration for everyone I think…

Just Us

this is what friendship is all about… Julia will never be able to dance again after her surgery… so her friends and her made a dancegroup to make this performance something to remember.

And yes we will remember this!

It’s dance group Just Us’ dream to grace the BGT stage, with member Julia revealing this is her last chance to impress once she has surgery for her scoliosis. In fact, Alesha was so touched by the girls’ performance, she reaches for that Golden Buzzer!

The golden buzzer was well deserved….

Reuben Gray

This will melt your heart…

Reubens girlfriend dumped him and he wrote this song to her… and she came back 🙂

Singer-songwriter Reuben Gray thought his biggest fan, his dad, was unable to make his Audition but got the surprise of his life when he emerged in the crowd to witness him performing original song, Lifeline, for the Judges.

Listen and enjoy

Issy Simpson

This is the cutest magician I have ever seen… and she is really really good!!

Issy Simpson looks up to witch Hermione Granger, with the 8-year old magician blowing the Judges away with her tricks, inspired by her favourite books.

Watch her performance and be as blown away as the judges was 🙂

carrot clarinet

Linsey Pollak turns a carrot into a clarinet using an electic drill a carrot and a saxophone mouthpiece, and plays it all in a matter of 5 minutes.

Linsey Pollak is an Australian musician, instrument maker, composer, musical director and community music facilitator. He has recorded 31 albums, toured his solo shows extensively in Europe, Nth America and Asia as well as performing at most major festivals around Australia.

Linsey has devised many large Festival pieces such as “BimBamBoo” and “Sound Forest”, as well as collaborating on many music and theatre projects around Australia. He established The Multicultural Arts Centre of WA, and has co-ordinated five Cross-cultural Music Ensembles in three different States. Linsey has also worked as a musical instrument maker for 40 years and has designed a number of new wind instruments as well as specialising in woodwind instruments from Eastern Europe.

Sarah Ikumu

WOW!!

15 years old…. amazing talent!

Teenager Sarah Ikumu takes to the stage with her version of Jennifer Hudson’s And I Am Telling You, with Simon loving her so much, he reaches for that Golden Buzzer!

Before she started singing Simon Cowell seemed cynical as she walked shyly onto the stage in a beige jumper and jeans, while her parents and sister watched from the crowd.

Both he and the waiting audience looked far from optimistic as he described the track as one of the “biggest songs in the world”.

But her flawless performance of the emotional epic brought the auditorium at London’s Palladium theatre to its feet as Cowell hit the button to automatically propel her to the competition’s semi-final.

Out of absolutely nowhere, this incredible voice builds and builds to deliver arguably the best performance of the night in BGT’s first episode and became Simon’s Golden Buzzer act.

The 15-year-old might be in Year 11 and studying for her GCSEs, but in this Saturday’s episode she delivers a staggering rendition of the song made famous by Jennifer Hudson in Dreamgirls

Good luck in the future Sarah Ikumu…. you are a superstar already!!

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