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Cerebra ambassadors ready to wow judges again on Britain’s Got Talent
We will be avidly watching the live semi-finals of Britain’s Got Talent (BGT) tonight to see how Cerebra ambassadors, the Angelicus Celtis Choir, fare as they fight for a place in the finals to win the chance to perform before Her Majesty the Queen at the Royal Variety Performance show.
Cerebra is wonderful charity that works hard to help improve the lives of children and young people with brain-related conditions.
The Angelicus Celtis choir, which consists of 17 schoolgirls aged 12 years and above, has supported Cerebra since it was founded last year by husband and wife team John and Jean Williams, raising awareness and much-needed funds for the charity.
The choir’s success in the popular TV talent contest marks what has been an emotional rollercoaster of a year after John and Jean were involved in a serious road traffic accident. John was left badly injured and tragically, Jean was killed without ever seeing the choir perform.
In the BGT auditions, the girls sang ‘Nessun Dorma’ winning four emphatic ‘yeses’ from the judges’ panel consisting of Simon Cowell, David Walliams, Amanda Holden and Alesha Dixon.
BGT judge Simon Cowell was left in awe at the girls’ rendition hailing it as “the most beautiful ever” and “sensational”. Amanda Holden said they were a “lovely bunch of girls” and their “harmonies were gorgeous”.
Speaking after their amazing, uplifting performance John and Jean’s son Jeremy, who coaches the girls, said: “It’s been quite a surreal and inspirational thing actually. We didn’t know what to expect and we were in amongst some other wonderful talents on show. We are very proud of what the girls have achieved, they are all normal, everyday school girls – none of them auditioned to be in the choir they simply came together for the love of singing.”
Tonight the choir will be on stage again, delivering what will be the performance of their lives to try and reach the live finals of BGT.
All of us here at Novum Law will be glued to our TV screens and standing by our telephones waiting for the voting to start. We hope that our clients and friends will support the girls too, and do their part to raise awareness of Cerebra’s wonderful work with children affected by brain conditions.
The show is on ITV tonight starting at 7.30pm (1st of June). We hope you’ll be watching and remember – DON’T FORGET TO VOTE!!!
If you are on Twitter, you can follow the choir @AngelicusCeltis and Britain’s Got Talent @BGT. You can also use the hash tags #BritainsGotTalent and #BGT.