- Publish Date
- Monday, 4 May 2020, 12:52PM
Now this is a performance!
Fayth Ifil, 12, stole the show on 'Britain’s Got Talent' this week after shocking the judges with her larger-than-life singing voice.
Singing Tina Turner's 'Proud Mary', her powerful voice left viewers with goosebumps and even earned her the infamously ruthless Simon Cowell's coveted Golden Buzzer - which means that she automatically gets into the show’s semi-finals.
All four judges gave Fayth a standing ovation, with Cowell saying: "It was like Tina Turner's just popped by.
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"With you, you could sing the phone book. That was such an amazing audition."
David Walliams said: "Just occasionally - and it is very occasionally on this show - someone comes on to the stage and you think 'they are born to be a superstar'!"
We can't wait to see her perform again!