Her parents knew about her talent when she gave an audition in a mall and left everyone wooed with her beautiful rendition of national anthem. This video shows Olivia performing a remarkable cover of Adele’s “Rolling In The Deep”. The depth, control and flow her voice carries is absolutely magnificent.
Jack Higgins is 14 years old and already life has thrown him some pretty heavy punches. The young teenager has dealt with relentless bullying for much of his life all because of how he has devoted much of his time. It’s Jack’s dream to become a professional dancer.
For some reason, his peers can’t seem to wrap their heads around this fact. They tell him dancing is for girls and that he should be playing football instead. It’s almost as if they fail to see that dancing requires the same athleticism, discipline, and devotion as football.
The bullied kid decided to audition for Britain’s Got Talent in hopes of making his dreams come true. Jack performed a stunning, emotional ballet routine. But it wasn’t the performance that left the audience in tears. Jack broke down sharing his difficulties with bullying. While the kids at school may be sneering at home, the crowd gave him an empathetic standing ovation. Then Simon Cowell, known for his stoic demeanor and often heartless critiques, gave Jack a simple word of advice.
“You know the one thing bullies don’t like?” He says. “They don’t like it when you do well.”
Jack received a unanimous vote of “yes” from the judges.
Teenager Alexey Romanov was born without fingers, but that hasn’t stopped him becoming a musical prodigy.
Romanov’s career began when his adoptive parents bought him a synthesiser. After he showed a natural aptitude for music, he was eventually asked to join a music school in Kazan.
Last month saw him make his first television appearance on Russian show ‘Guests From Tomorrow’:
The clever folks at CBC Music put together this toe-curlingly accurate guide for how to become a classical musician, and it’s making us reassess our life choices.
From the viola jokes to the self-combusting music stand, this is pretty much us distilled into four minutes.
It’s not all that surprising, however, considering how Angelina already won the hearts of judges in her native country on Norway’s Got Talent, landing herself in the first prize position. Wearing a delicate flower crown and stepping on the stage barefoot, you’d probably expect to hear a voice just as soft and lovely as her outfit.
Instead, Angelina’s unique vocals have the depth and maturity of someone twice her age! Crooning to the Frank Sinatra classic, “Fly Me to the Moon,” she has the whole audience in the palm of her precious hands.