Britain’s Got Talent Judge Amanda Holden was brought to tears on Saturday night after a choir made up of frontline workers sang an emotional and poignant song about life during the coronavirus pandemic.
The Frontline Singers, a choir formed of paramedics, police officers and nurses received a standing ovation from the audience and judges for their moving performance.
Founded by James Beeny and Gina Georgio at the height of the COVID-19 Pandemic, the pair revealed that they had wanted to bring joy to the world after a difficult two years.
Uplifting listeners with their song of resilience, just some of the lyrics include: ”Where every boy and every girl living in this strange old world. We’ll see the best that we can be…they will learn from you and me.”
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Following their performance, Alesha Dixon – who was also fighting back tears – said: “I found that really moving. I hung on to every single world. It was so poignant, so lovely and we are in debt to you. It was very touching.”
Amanda also weighed in, saying: ”It was just wonderful we could be a part of it all and you get this moment because it was tremendous.”
Meanwhile Simon Cowell remarked: “What we’ve gone through the last two years, it’s surreal. Out of it comes moments like this.
“It gives us a chance to say thank you to all of you because it’s people like yourselves who protected all of us. We have good times ahead I think.”
When the UK experienced its first Lockdown back in 2020, The Frontline Singers recorded a virtual performance of Strange Old World – an original song composed by James and Gina to help raise vital charitable funds for the NHS.
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The song, which managed to double its Just Giving Target after just seven days, was performed by 50 frontline workers and features theatre stars Karl Queensborough and Paul Wilkins.
Comprised of everyone from police officers and doctors to top West End professionals, the group has come together to spread a message of hope, solidarity and resilience throughout the song.
It was only in Autumn 2021, that the group finally came together from around the country to sing together in person for the first time.
Following Saturday’s performance many fans were also moved by the performance, with several taking to Twitter to share their thoughts.
One commented: “#BritainsGotTalent Oh my this NHS /front line choir. Brilliant I’m in tears. They are so good too.”
A second added: “Oh I do love an uplifting song even though I end up bawling…but they’re happy tears!”
While a third remarked: “Crying at Britains Got Talent! That song speaks volumes. #frontlinesingers #BritainsGotTalent.”
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