Judges are moved to tears by an emotional children’s choir cover of “Queen,” and it receives a golden buzzer.

Every performer hopes to play in front of large audiences, be seen by people worldwide, and have the opportunity to travel the world.

But mustering the bravery to take this action is not simple. Many will never even attempt it, and even those who do run the risk of failing.

Fortunately, these issues were not encountered by a tiny children’s choir that performed for Simon Cowell and the other judges.

The elementary school students gave a performance that will live in their memories, despite their peculiar appearance.

There is no denying the impact of Queen’s song ‘Don’t Stop Me Now.’ It’s among, if not the most, thrilling tunes of the 20th century.

The song enthralls everyone who hears it and flawlessly displays Freddie Mercury’s incredible vocal talent.

Singing, though, is not simple. The children, however, were not deterred by this. With great excitement,

they took the stage, and when they sang the well-known song, both the judges and the audience chuckled.

Even more remarkable is the fact that these children appeared uneasy or apprehensive, which is quite an accomplishment given their circumstances.

Rather, they all performed their roles with assurance and zeal. Their performance was so outstanding that judge David Williams gave them a special ‘Golden Buzzer’ while Simon Cowell gave them scathing criticism.

It meant a great deal to them that they were the first to receive the ‘Golden Buzzer’ on Britain’s Got Talent in 2018. Watch the video below to see their performance:

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