Britain’s Got Talent: Blind singer Sirine breaks down in tears during touching performance

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Blind singer Sirine Jahangir left Britain’s Got Talent judges and viewers emotional with her rendition of the beautiful ballad. The 15-year-old sang while playing on a piano adorned with butterflies and the words, “You’re not alone.” However, all four judges were moved when Sirine broke down in tears during the last few lines of the ballad. 

Amanda Holden and Alesha Dixon were visibly moved throughout the performance. 

Sirine’s voice broke moments before the end of the song but the 15-year-old bravely finished the ballad.

“Oh sweetheart,” Alesha cried out as Sirine wiped tears from her face. 

Ant McPartlin and Declan Donnelly joined Sirine on stage before the judges gave their feedback.

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Ant asked: “Before we go across to the judges, are you okay?”

“Yes, I don’t know why I cried,” Sirine replied. 

“It was a bit emotional, wasn’t it?” Dec remarked and Ant added: “That got everybody that did.”

Commenting on the performance, Amanda shared: “Oh darling. Oh my gosh, I really felt for you at the end. 

“That was just magical, it was angelic and beautifully sung and tender and vulnerable.”

“I just feel like you’ve got something, you’ve got something unique I think you’re going to be huge It was just gorgeous. Sorry, I’m going on and on,” Amanda said. 

“That means so much thank you,” Sirine remarked. 

Ashley Banjo continued: “Magical is the right word. What you did with your voice and the piano is something that few performers can do.

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“I was transported. Your voice literally transported me somewhere else and it was only when you finished I came back to the chair. Well done be really proud of yourself with that well done.”

David Walliams echoed: “Sometimes I think when you’re a really special talent you don’t need all the bells and whistles.

“You can just sit there, play the piano and sing and it will connect with millions and millions of people and I think we just witnessed that.

“It was a very very special performance and I was very sad for you when you started crying at the end so I hope they were happy tears because you actually did incredibly well. I don’t think you could have done any better.”

Alesha concluded: “Yeah I couldn’t agree more with what the judges are saying I think this is one of those moments that just takes your breath away and it doesn’t happen all the time on the show.

“There’s an honesty about you and a purity about you and a sincerity about you which is very rare.

“And your job is to sit there and make us feel something and we were so connected to you and that song you couldn’t have done a better job.”

Sirine added with a smile: “That song means so much to me. I’m so glad I got to share it with everyone even though I started crying at the end.”

Britain’s Got Talent continues Saturday on ITV at 8pm.

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