Britain’s Got Talent is now in it’s tenth year and it’s already off to a fantastic start. It’s just wonderful to see there are so many talented Briton’s across the country from all age groups and genders. While we love watching what the grown-ups have to show us, it’s the kiddies we really look forward to seeing! There’s nothing more adorable than a child with a unique gift that even the Queen would be impressed with. Here are the 11 kids who stole the show.
1. Connie Talbot
Connie was just six-years-old when she sung Judy Garland’s “Over the Rainbow” on the first series of the show. What the judges thought was going to be a cutesy “joke” performance actually turned out to be something quite amazing!
2. Aiden Davis
Self-taught dancer Aiden was only 11-years-old when he showed the world his mind-blowing hip-hop moves on Series 3 of BGT. His audition impressed all four judges, especially Simon Cowell who said that he was “better than any dancer on this show”!
3. Jesse-Jane McParland
Cute, but dangerous. Little Jesse proved that size doesn’t matter with her kickass karate moves at just 9-years old. Her impressive sword skills and aggressive routine would even give Buffy the Vampire Slayer a run for her money!
4. Andrew Johnston
Back in 2008, 13-year old Andrew admitted he was bullied by his classmates for singing, but that didn’t stop him from delivering a heavenly perfomance of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s “Pie Jesu”, for which he recieved a standing ovation.
5. Jack Carroll
At age 14, Jack Carroll wasn’t going to let the fact he had cerebral palsy stop him from achieving his dreams. He bravely used his disability as part of his hilarious comedian act, which brought the audience to their feet in Series 7!
6. Bars & Melody
Bars & Melody are a musical duo formed by rapper Leondre “Bars” and singer Charlie Lenehan “Melody”. They auditioned a song they’d written themselves which caused Cowell to press his “Golden Buzzer” sending them straight to the semi-finals!
7. Natalie Okri
Adorable 10-year old Natalie gave everything she had when she sang Alicia Keys’ “No One” for the third series of BGT. Her sweet, yet powerful vocals carried her through to the semi-final, but unfortunately she didn’t quite make it to the final night.
8. Henry Gallagher
Twelve year old Henry was already a talented songwriter when he auditioned his own song “Lightning” in the show’s ninth series. The most endearing thing about it was the fact he’d written it to try and woo the heart of a girl he liked in his school. We’re still wondering if it did the trick…
9. George Sampson
All the way back in 2007, 14-year old George Sampson introduced Great Britain to the art of street dancing on a level we never expected from such a young talent. His passion and skill were so impressive, that he ended up winning the first series and performed in front of the Queen at the Royal Variety Show!
10. Jack Higgins
This year, in 2016, the young talent is stronger than ever, and it doesn’t get better than Jack Higgins! The 14-year-old wowed the nation with his Billy Elliot-inspired contemporary ballet routine, after admitting that his classmates bullied and victimized him for his hobby.
11. Beau Dermott
Lastly, we have Higgins’ cousin, Beau Dermott, who has an equally high chance of winning the 2016 series. Born to sing on the West End, she stunned the world with her expressive performance of “Gravity” from the musical Wicked, which earned her Amanda Holden’s “Golden Buzzer”.