Children's Choir Reduce Judges To Tears On Britain's Got Talent

Children's Choir Reduce Judges To Tears On Britain's Got Talent

The Flakefleet Primary School earned the first golden buzzer of the season when this children’s choir performed a rousing Queen audition on Britain’s Got Talent.


Headteacher David McPartlin leads this incredible group of talented students. When they arrived on stage, I wasn’t quite sure what to expect. There were only 5 students and they looked a bit apprehensive. But when the music started, everything changed in an instant. The choir starts to belt out the iconic lyrics to ‘Don’t Stop Me Now’ from Queen.

“Tonight, I'm gonna have myself a real good time
I feel alive and the world I'll turn it inside out, yeah
And floating around in ecstasy
So don't stop me now don't stop me
'Cause I'm having a good time, having a good time”

Students start to appear from both sides of the stage and that’s when the fun begins. There are all kinds of costumes and acrobatics happening across the floor while the choir continues to sing.

One judge described the audition by saying, “That was absolute chaos and absolute joy.” But it was judge David Walliams who was led to tears by the performance.

“This is just one of the most joyous things I’ve ever seen and I think you’ve just made all our hearts soar today. And it’s what you want your childhood to have been like and what your children’s childhood to be like, which is just full of unbridled joy.”

After a reaction like that, there was only one thing left for David to do. He reached over and pressed the golden buzzer sending The Flakefleet Primary School straight through to the live shows.