Visually Impaired Contestant Sirine Inspires On Britain's Got Talent

Visually Impaired Contestant Sirine Inspires On Britain's Got Talent

In this inspiring audition, one visually impaired contestant named Sirine sings her heart out for the judges on Britain’s Got Talent.


Sirine is a 14-year-old from London, and at the start of her audition, one of the hosts leads her out to the center of the stage. She tells the audience and the judges all of the family members that are there to support her, and she also shares about how she cannot see.

“There was a time where I could, and now I can’t,” she says. “But I guess, music is my vision, and that’s just what I live by. Music is my thing.”

After Sirine is led to the piano, she starts to sing, and the audience and judges are immediately captivated by her. Her voice is so beautiful and angelic, and her rendition of the song ‘Salvation’ by Gabrielle Aplin is just amazing.

“You are the avalanche, one world away
My make believing while I'm wide awake
Just a trick of light to bring me back around again
Those wild eyes, a psychedelic silhouette
I never meant to fall for you, but I was buried underneath
And all that I could see was white”

As Sirine is singing, the camera flashes to show that her little brother and other family members have tears welling up in their eyes. What a beautiful and inspirational performance!

After she finishes her audition, Sirine gets a standing ovation from the audience and the judges.

“Well done, Sirine!” says one of the judges. “What you couldn’t see was the whole of the Palladium on their feet, applauding you, because they loved that.”

Sirine just “exudes lightness,” as one of the judges said, and it is so wonderful to see that she received four yeses and will be going through to the next round of Britain’s Got Talent!