Students at Windmill Primary School in Leeds, England got the surprise of their life when Simon Cowell walked into their classroom with some very exciting news.
The kids’ teacher Danny had nominated their choir, Class Dynamix, to audition for the 14th season of “Britain’s Got Talent!” The choir has 29 members, all between the ages of 9 and 11. When they showed up to perform, it was their turn to give Simon and the other judges a surprise.
“No matter what happens, when you give your all, anything is possible,” the kids said as they took the stage. Instead of choosing a standard song to showcase their talents, the choir decided to convey a message near and dear to their hearts: Bullying is not okay in any way, shape, or form!
The kids launched into an original rap/hip hop style song with a strong anti-bullying message. “Stop bullies, hey! Stop bullies!” the kids chant along to the beat.
When they finished, all four judges were on their feet for a standing ovation. Alesha Dixon was especially moved by the choir’s message and hip hop skills.
“It’s so catchy, I love it,” Alesha exclaimed, singing a few lines of the song back to the kids. “Every child in the world should be singing that song, guys! That’s how you tackle bullying, and I’m so proud of each and every one of you. Absolutely brilliant!”
“All of you are brilliant, and that song! I’m still singing it in my head now, it’s so catchy. You were so inspiring, I loved it. Well done, all of you,” agreed Amanda Holden.
“Little did I know that you were gonna be brilliant,” Simon gushed before telling them that of all the choirs they’ve hosted on BGT, theirs is “one of the best we’ve heard.”
These talented young singers used their platform to convey a powerful message for all kids watching the show around the world. We can’t wait to see what they bring to the next phase of the completion!
Watch Class Dynamix perform “Say NO To Bullies” below, and be sure to share.
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