Across the world, there are hosts of people who possess incredible talents when it comes to acting, singing or dancing. But the most successful tend to be those who can stand out from the crowd. In recent years, then, television shows such as Britain’s Got Talent have provided the perfect platforms for individuals to showcase their often unexpected abilities. And in April 2019 ten-year-old Giorgia Borg’s audition for the talent competition certainly left viewers stunned.
Since 2007 Britain’s Got Talent has invited members of the public to share their talents with audiences of millions. Also watched by a panel of four famous faces, each act must earn a majority vote during the audition in order to book their slot in the live shows. In some cases, though, a Golden Buzzer from a single judge is enough to make it through.
Then, at the end of the season, the very best auditionees compete in a live final, where they vie for two life-changing prizes. You see, not only does the eventual winner take home around $320,000, but they also earn a spot in the Royal Variety Performance. And there, the victor will have the privilege of showcasing their skills in front of none other than the British royal family.