Eight-year-old Ravi
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Golden Buzzer Victory as Boy with Brain Tumor and Choir Move Judges to Tears on Britain’s Got Talent

In an inspiring second episode of Britain’s Got Talent, Ravi’s Dream Team, a diverse choir led by eight-year-old Ravi, who is battling a brain tumor, captured the hearts of both the audience and the judges, securing a golden buzzer. This emotional performance immediately advanced them to the live shows, marking a highlight in the show’s new season.

Ravi, joined by his family and a choir ranging in age from five to 78, took center stage and shared his moving backstory with the judges. “I’ve watched BGT all my life and always wanted to audition,” Ravi explained. “Two years ago I was diagnosed with a brain tumour and I’m here to show no matter what life throws, you can still achieve your dreams.”, via The Standard.

The choir performed “A Million Dreams” from the popular movie musical The Greatest Showman. Their rendition was so powerful and heartfelt that it brought judges Alesha Dixon and Amanda Holden to tears. Moved by Ravi’s courage and the choir’s stirring performance, Dixon pressed the golden buzzer, sending them directly to the live shows.

“The golden buzzer is such a personal thing and I always say I can only press it when it feels right, and you’re such a remarkable young man,” Dixon remarked, visibly moved by the performance.

The stage was filled with joy as the choir members, including Ravi’s friends, family, his teachers, medical professionals, and others from the brain tumor community, embraced in a group hug, celebrating their collective achievement.

The episode also featured other memorable auditions, including 10-year-old Trey Braine, who earned four “yeses” with his dynamic breakdancing routine to DJ Khaled’s “All I Do Is Win.” Judge Dixon praised Trey for his natural talent and charisma, noting, “You are 10 years old and you’ve got so much swag just in your little finger.”

This episode of Britain’s Got Talent not only showcased incredible performances but also highlighted the resilience and spirit of its participants, making it a truly memorable night.

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