10yr old Lungs of steel

By archmiester on 1:01 PM

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What's up with Britain why is there so many talented people there ??

First there's susan boyle who can clearly say that "don't judge the book by its cover" which amazes me in how much heavenly voice she has given to her physical appearance
second is shaheen jafargholly says "everybody deserves a second chance" which is typical contestant that can sing really well (that's why i didn't blog about him)
and theres hollie steele which clearly surpassed the first two Britains got talent finalist, As 10-year-old Hollie Steel walked on to the Britain's Got Talent stage, dressed as a ballerina, the judges thought they had her number. However, as they've learned with Susan Boyle, they mustn't judge a book by it's cover, and it's certainly the case with Hollie, as she proves when she opens her mouth!

Singing sensation Susan Boyle has more competition from the young ones.

Ten-year-old Hollie Steel sang her little heart out this weekend on the competition show "Britain’s Got Talent." The little ballerina in a pink tutu sang "I Could Have Danced All Night," from the musical "My Fair Lady."

The song, first brilliantly performed on Broadway by dear Julie Andrews, was just as captivating sung from this little girl with the mature, soaring vocals.

Before Steel opened her peeper, ├╝ber-critical Simon Cowell nearly pressed the buzzer. Thankfully, he didn’t.

But of course, it's only a matter of time before Hollie Steel is upstaged as well. So check out her BGT audition below, prepare for her to reach a positively Octo-Mom-esque level of international media saturation in the next week...and then steel yourself for next week, when someone even cuter and younger than Hollie (a particularly charismatic zygote, maybe?) comes around to "shock" Simon and Piers and steal the Britain's Got Talent spotlight once again.

2 comments for this post

charice pempengco p rin :)

Posted on April 28, 2009 at 2:02 PM  

ang galing naman nya! pangarap ko maging maganda boses :D

Posted on May 3, 2009 at 9:09 PM  

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