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Opera singer Maxwellthorpe surprised the judges of “Britain’s Got Talent” with an astonishing performance when the semi-finals kicked off Monday night.
After moving from Sheffield’s street performance to playing at Hammersmith Apollo in London, Thorpe performed a fierce performance from “Gradiator” to “Now We Are Free.”
Judge David Warriors claimed that “it was wrong not to receive the golden buzzer.”
Alesha Dixon spouted, “I was so impressed that I was completely in your magic.”
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Simon Cowell, who was noticeably speechless, told the singer, “You have a great voice … it was great.”
Later, media tycoons called on composer Andrew Lloyd Webber to give Thorpe a job, saying, “We need to see this performance and cast Maxwell to something.”
Thorpe’s incredible performance was enough to take him a spot in the live final as he got a general vote at the first live semi-final show of the week.
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13-year-old ventriloquist Jamie Lee Curtis joins him as he was selected as a runner-up.
Thorpe talked about his powerful performance at “Good Morning Britain” and revealed how he started singing lessons at the age of 14.
He said he was somewhat accustomed to playing in front of people because of the street performance past. [I’m used to it].. “
“My dream is to play in a huge amphitheater,” Thorpe said of where he wanted to go in the future.
He also gave the host an exclusive performance.
Opera-singing street performer leaves Simon Cowell silent in a sensational “BGT” semi-final performance
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