‘BGT’ Finalist Maxwell Thorpe Announces Debut Single “Believe”
Britain’s Got Talent Series 15 finalist Maxwell Thorpe shared an exciting announcement on social media this week, informing fans that his debut single “Believe” is coming this Sunday. The song will support the Sheffield Children’s Hospital.
Maxwell Thorpe Announces Debut Single “Believe”
“I’m excited that this week I am finally releasing my debut single, ‘Believe’!” Thorpe wrote on Instagram Tuesday. “It will be available from Sunday on all platforms, and it’s in aid of the wonderful #sheffieldchildrenshospital. I hope you love it.”
Thorpe also shared a brief snippet of the new song on his Instagram stories. It featured some sweeping instrumentation and a choir singing, “We can share the dream.”
In the comments of his Instagram post, Thorpe answered a question about where to buy CD copies. He shared that they would be available at the upcoming Christmas pantomime at the Sheffield Theatres Lyceum, in which Thorpe will appear. He added that he’s also in the process of getting a QR code to buy it online.
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Thorpe Reached Fourth Place on Britain’s Got Talent
Thorpe auditioned for Series 15 of Britain’s Got Talent with a stunning performance of “Caruso” by Luciano Pavarotti. He shared that he made money by busking, and that the London Palladium was the biggest audience he’d ever performed for.
Judge Alesha Dixon told Thorpe that the hairs on her arms stood up while he was singing, adding that the performance “felt romantic and powerful and meaningful.” Amanda Holden said she hopes he feels “more appreciated” for his talent, adding that he’s “better than standing on a pavement.”
Thorpe received four “yes” votes from the judges to move on. In the Semifinals, he performed the song “Now We Are Free” from Gladiator. Thorpe then made it to the Final, where he performed “Caruso” once again. He finished the competition in fourth place.