Britain’s Got Talent judges said they’d ‘found someone truly special’ in talented Chichester schoolboy Isaac Waddington - find out how to vote for him using the BGT app here.
A former pupil at The Prebendal School, 15-year-old Isaac last night (May 28) had the audience transfixed with his stunning rendition of George Michael’s I Can’t Make You Love Me.
Isaac is now through to Sunday’s final after receiving four yes votes from the judges.
Writing on his Twitter page today, Isaac said: “Buzzin and Lovin it. Thanks to everyone who voted me through, means a hell of a lot. See you Sunday I guess?”
The Prebendal School tweeted: “Massive congrats to former Prebendalian @WaddingtonIsaac who is through to Sunday’s @BGT final! So proud!!”
Isaac will join Jamie Raven, UDU, Côr Glanaethwy, Entity Allstars, Jules O’Dwyer and Matisse and Old Men Grooving to battle it out for the Britain’s Got Talent crown, the chance to appear at the Royal Variety Performance and £250,000.
People can get behind Isaac by voting for him using the Britain’s Got Talent App, which allows people to buzz along with the show, unlock new buzzers, and getting involved in quizzes and games.
Download the App from Google Play and the App Store.
For more details visit Britain’s Got Talent App
People can also vote during the live show on Sunday, May 31 starting at 7.30pm on ITV.
Simon Cowell said they’d found “someone truly special” following Isaac’s jaw-dropping performance.
Isaac is a student at Portsmouth Grammar School and previously won BBC Young Chorister of the Year in 2012. He was also head chorister at Chichester Cathedral and The Prebendal School.
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