The judges broke down in tears after a children’s choir covered “Queen,” which prompted them to hit the “Golden Buzzer.

Every performer dreams of big stages, friendly audiences, and the chance to reach a worldwide audience.

Of course, finding the fortitude to really do these things is a completely different story. There’s a good chance that most people won’t even try, and even if they do, there’s no guarantee that their efforts will be adequate to do the job.

Fortunately, this did not happen to a small children’s choir who performed in front of Simon Cowell and the other judges. The elementary school pupils gave a show they won’t soon forget despite their shady exterior.

There is no disputing “Don’t Stop Me Now” by Queen’s intensity. One of the most moving songs, if not the best, of the 20th century. Any listener who hears the song will be utterly mesmerized by Freddie Mercury’s singing skills.
Of course, singing it is not an easy feat.

However, this was not going to stop the kids from continuing. The judges and audience both laughed aloud at their rendition of the well-known song as they walked onto the platform with fascinating energy.

Furthermore, these children exhibit no signs of tension or worry, which is already an amazing feat given their predicament. Instead, everyone of them confidently and enthusiastically fulfills their own roles.

They received scathing criticism from Simon Cowell for their performance and judge David Williams’ Golden Buzzer for it.

They made a statement by becoming the first contestant to win the “Golden Buzzer” on Britain’s Got Talent in 2018.

View the video below to see them perform:

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