Move over Cheryl, you and your band mates have competition in the form of Welsh wonders Only Boys Aloud, a choir of 141 boys aged 14-19.
The boys’ performance in the grand final of Britain’s Got Talent bowled over the judges and together with fellow Welsh act Nu Sxool proves that the land of dragons has got more talent than you can shake a daffodil at.
The choir gave a rousing performance of Calon Lan which gave Alesha the shivers, in atmospheric dark staging with the audience waving fairy lights.
The audience and judges gave the boys and their choir leader a standing ovation after a spine tingling performance that stole the show.
David said: “A week ago I said you could win this competition and after this I really think you can.”
Alesha said: “That was very special… I can feel the passion from every one of you … I commend you all, all of you should be proud.”
Amanda, choking up as she spoke, said: “I’ve always loved you… it’s not just a talent show in this country but around the world… I would be proud of you boys to represent the UK across the world.”
Simon said: “This is why I love the show because I got emotional listening to a song I didn’t understand single word… I could tell how much it meant to every single one of you… so far this is the best performance of the night.”
Speaking to Ant and Dec after the comments Tim said: “That’s amazing thank you to the judges for the comments and thanks for opportunity, the growth I’ve seen in boys is amazing, we are very privileged to be part of it.”
The choir was formed in 2010 by Tim Rhys Evans who wanted to find the next generation of Welsh male singers. The boys are aiming high and told the show that their dream would be to perform at The White House for President Obama.
Talking about singing in the Welsh language Tim said: “We've been amazed and hugely encouraged by the panel's and the public's reaction to our traditional Welsh repertoire. As well as the traditional Welsh music, we also sing a high variety of music including some Bruno Mars, Plan B, Cee Lo Green and Take That.”
The boys have had a lot of support from celebs and the public including Alex Jones from The One and former BGT winner Paul Potts.
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