Everyone’s crying as these joyful kids perform Queen’s “Don’t Stop Me Now” on Britain’s Got Talent. This is something special.
As Flakefleet Primary School choir walked out onto the stage, nobody was expecting such a rollercoaster of emotion. That is, except maybe their headteacher, Dave McPartlin, who choreographed the whole performance.
The kids are aged between 4 and 11 and are all adorable in their various outfits ready to start their performance of Queen’s “Don’t Stop Me Now”. The audience is clearly intrigued.
It’s sweet to see the headteacher comfort the nervous kids and tell them how proud he is. It’s so nice to see such a good role model for these youngsters.
Things start off with a beautiful solo, and then absolute chaos is unleashed! We see the kids burst into action as they sing, mime, and act out Queens hit song with joy and enthusiasm.
Things culminate in a group hug as the kids and headteacher are all ecstatic with their performance. The audience gives a standing ovation and the judges start to cry.
The judges can’t get over just how happy these kids are. One judge exclaims this is the perfect childhood, full of “unbridled joy” and is so moved he hits the Golden Buzzer!