Virtuoso Family Wows Judges With Unbelievable Classical Performance
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The Kanneh-Masons aren't singers, but their musical performance still has the Britain's Got Talent judges falling out of their seats. Watch as this six-piece family orchestra nails their audition, proving that you don't need a killer set of pipes to succeed on the show. In fact, by the end, Simon Cowell tells these talented siblings that he's "really, really happy that [they] chose Britain's Got Talent" over many of the other talent competitions. Talk about heaping on the praise! Here at SF Globe, we were bowled over by the Kanneh-Masons' performance and can only imagine what these virtuosos have in store for their futures!


What did you think of their audition? Do these kids have what it takes to go all the way? Sound off in the comments below and make sure to share if you found this clip as unforgettable as we did!

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