BRITAIN’S Got Talent star Sirine, 14, moved Amanda Holden to tears tonight with her breathtaking performance after revealing she lost her sight.
The gifted singer became blind at the age of nine after gradually losing her vision from the age of five.
Sirine moves the audience to tears as she explains how she lost her sight[/caption]
But taking to the stage, Sirine Jahangir, from London, told Simon Cowell and the panel of judges that “music is my vision”.
Taking to the Britain’t Got Talent stage, she says: “I guess it’s pretty obvious that I can’t see.
“There was a time when I could and now I can’t.
“But I guess music is my vision and that’s what I love, music is my thing.”
Simon Cowell looks impressed with her beautiful voice[/caption]
Sirine then launched into a moving performance of Salvation by Gabrielle Aplin.
The audience was moved to tears, as one said: “I get nervous for some of these acts #BGT sirine amazing”
Another said: “She’s gonna make me cry ”
Sirine says music is her ‘vision’ since losing her sight aged nine[/caption]
She sings Salvation by Gabrielle Aplin[/caption]
David Walliams told Sirine: “Well done Sirine what you couldn’t see was the whole of the Palladium on their feet because they were.”
Alesha Dixon said: “My heart has just melted.”
Amanda commented: “I just found the entire audition so poignant you’re so beautiful and vivacious, you exude light.”
The talented teenager accompanies herself on piano[/caption]
The audience has an emotional reaction to her performance[/caption]
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Sirine received four yeses from the judges and audience members found themselves crying as they watched her.
The live shows have been postponed amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, this evening’s show was filmed earlier this year before the lockdown.