Collaborative Orchestra Stuns Britain Got Talent Judges With Incredible Performance

Over the years, we’ve seen incredible performances at Britain’s Got Talent. But this one is for the record books. Nicholas Bryant took to the stage, looking very much like a diminutive and unimpressive wannabe and lead the panel to believe he was auditioning as a pianist. But he had a surprise that no one saw coming. And, trust me, it’s worth watching.

“My name is Nick and I am here to play the piano,” he started saying. “It is a special instrument because it combines the percussive elements of music with the melodic side, so you can make some really beautiful melodies, he added.

“I play the piano whenever I can, I am a bit obsessed, It is a totally new arrangement, I don’t get to play piano in public very often. This means a lot. I hope I can impress the judges and public,” he told the judges.

After Simon said “go ahead,” he started his act by playing Queen’s “Don’t Stop Me Now” on his piano. Suddenly, a woman walks onstage playing the violin. The judges were clearly shocked but intrigued. Then, a whole group of other performers began to stand up in the audience and join in.

Needless to say, the Collaborative Orchestra and Singers ended up doing something never seen before on the popular show.

Simon Cowell jumped off his seat as the crowd erupted with a standing ovation.

Alesha Dixon raved: “OMG I did not know where to look. That was one of the most brilliantly put together performances I have ever seen. Fabulous!”

David Walliams reacted by saying: “That was fantastic. Really, really special.”

Unsurprisingly, the group won themselves a place in the next stage of the show. Do you think they deserve the spot? Please leave your comments below.

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