Britain’s Got Talent returned this evening with a very special Golden Buzzer moment. After mother & daughter duo, Honey and Sammy had their first song rejected, they came back stronger than ever, with a cover that would inevitably change their entire lives. Watch the emotional moment below.
Mother & daughter duo fight for Amanda’s Golden Buzzer after opening up about cancer battle
Meet mother & daughter duo, Honey and Sammy. When introducing themselves to the judges, daughter, Honey spoke on an emotional period of her life, watching her mother fight cancer. The 14-year-old continued, admitting she’d entered them both on Britain’s Got Talent without the knowledge of her mother.
The two first sang a rendition of She Used To Be Mine but the performance was quickly interrupted by Simon Cowell. The TV judge claimed he didn’t like the song and suggested they give it another shot a little later on in the night.
Of course, the two returned to the BGT stage and wowed the entire theatre with a beautifully heartwarming cover of Lost Without You. Sammy admitted that she felt she could relate to the song and told the judges she was able to relate the lyrics to her daughter.
Within minutes, the duo had the entire theatre and the judges on their feet. “Every single lyric that you got right and sang just seemed so poignant to your story, it was just the most wonderful thing to witness,” said Amanda Holden, before pressing the Golden Buzzer. What a moment!
What other acts featured on tonight’s Britain’s Got Talent episode?
Take a look at our Top 3 favorite acts from tonight’s BGT show that had us AMAZED!
Ezekiel and Karl
If for some reason or another, you’re having a rough day, this spectacular dance act from the Philippines will cheer you up. Combining a ludicrously hilarious costume change element, this duo performed a fast paced dance act to Tina Turners’ Proud Mary. Seriously, what more can you want?
Let us introduce you to Nora Barton. At an astonishing age of 96, Barton was joined by her daughter to perform what we can only call, the most heartwarming song of the season! The elderly singer has sung all her life and by the looks of things, she’d still got a few working pipes. Nora, you represent the best of Britain.
SOS From The Kids
Listen up, because SOS From The Kids are here with an important message. This young choir took all of our hearts tonight, dedicating their act to the detrimental effect of global warming on the planet. We must admit, if anyone’s capable of making an impact, it’s these guys.
Tune in next week for another round of Britain’s Got Talent auditions on ITV.