Viewers of BRITAIN’s Got Talent were shocked to discover that Simon Cowell’s golden buzzer is already a star in a West End musical.
Fayth Ifil, 12, heads straight to the semifinals after impressing the judges with his incredible performance of Tina Turner’s Rolling on a River.
She won over Simon after revealing that her confidence had been shaken by “negative energy in school”.
Talented Fayth played a young version of the superstar singer in TINA – The Tina Turner Musical and also played the role of Tamika in School of Rock when she was only ten years old.
Viewers were overwhelmed, his career on stage was not mentioned in the series, but praised his superb singing voice.
One fan said, “So a girl who plays Tina Turner in Where is end comes to sing a song by Tina Turner and gets a golden buzzer. Yeah, it was good but it seems a little unfair #BGT. ”
Someone else added, “BGT a shy girl goes on stage to sing! The next 5 minutes, you read that she played the child Tina Turner Where is End! I feel so fooled! Please resume the golden buzzer now! ”
But others praised his performance, adding: ” Fayth – A 12-year-old trust and a voice like that, she has a bright future ahead of her. ”
“Tears of pride and joy Fayth‘Audition… 12 years old and sing a song like Proud Mary as she is the child in love with Tina Turner. What an absolute superstar. #BGT, “said another.
A source told The Sun Online: “I doubt many people would have known Fayth’s name before the BGT episode last night – so it is by no means a household name.
“It should be an exciting experience for this young girl!” Everyone hopes that viewers will follow it. “
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Fayth performed in the West End twice a week in the opening song.
She returned in the final issue with adult Tina for a breathtaking performance.
She told announcer Swindon, “I really like to play.
“It’s really fun to see the faces of the audience reacting to the different parts of the show. It really makes me proud of the other cast members.
“When I go on stage, I can’t believe it. It’s like “wow!” “, She added.