The incredible journey and emotional audition of ‘Britain’s Got Talent’ breakout singer Calum Scott

Calum Scott exuded nerves as he took the stage for his audition on the ninth season of Britain’s Got Talent. Preceded by his sister Jade, whose audition fell short of impressing the judges, Calum chose to perform Robyn’s «Dancing on My Own,» a moment that has since amassed over 300 million views on YouTube.

His rendition left both judges and audience members on their feet, earning him a standing ovation. Had it not been for Simon Cowell’s Golden Buzzer, an unprecedented move on Britain’s Got Talent, Calum’s journey might have taken a different turn.

David Walliams described Calum’s performance as an «emotional journey,» while Alesha Dixon praised him for completely captivating the audience. Yet, it was Simon Cowell’s praise that resonated the most. «I’ve never encountered such talent on this show in all these years,» he remarked. «This version is sensational and it demonstrates that you’re not just a singer; you’re an artist,» he added, as he awarded Calum with the Golden Buzzer.

During the semi-final, Calum continued to impress, delivering a soulful rendition of Jermaine Stewart’s «We Don’t Have to Take Our Clothing Off.» Simon’s feedback reaffirmed his belief in Calum’s potential, likening his performance to that of a seasoned recording artist.

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