Father And Son Sings Together At BGT, Gets A Golden Buzzer!


Father and son tandems are often seen inside the court, they may enjoy their time playing ball games, or they may consume their times watching different types of athletic sports. Well, that is how they are. They just love the sound of cheers from the audience of a game. But this father-and-son tandem is way different than that. These two, Tim, 43, and son, Jack who was 12, have a different idea of audience’s cheers. Apparently, they are both performers, and they find joy in seeing the smile on the faces of their audience.

The two just auditioned to Britain’s Got Talent and there, they presented their written song entitled “The Lucky Ones”. Basically, the song defines a life like theirs, which emphasizes how lucky they are no matter what happens. Their song was so inspiring that Judge Amanda even had tears in her eyes after they performed. The two complemented each other so well. Their voices were harmonizing like all they did was sing! With other members of their family sitting in the audience, the two held their guitars and performed their hearts out.

The moment they started their performance, the tandem had no idea how much impact their song would give to everyone in the room. It was a totally unexpected event to have everyone stand in awe of their performance. What was more surprising was that “The Simon Cowell” was all smiles when they were performing. And that was not the biggest surprise of their audition. Simon even pressed his Golden Buzzer for the two, making them go straight to the live shows. It was apparent how well the two did, how good they sang together, and how infectious their love for each other was. More than the golden buzz, their performance really deserves remembering. Seeing them together makes everyone want to hug their fathers.

Watch their amazing performance here:

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