When you go to the theater to watch a show, there’s one thing that’s for certain: the performers will stay onstage. Sure, there are some exceptions, like the iconic chandelier scene in “Phantom of the Opera” or the dazzling acrobatics at a Cirque du Soleil show, but most productions tend to keep the action away from the crowd. Britain’s Got Talent, however, is not “most shows,” and the audience at a recent audition learned that in the most surprising way possible.
The audition began just like any other. A man named Nicholas Bryant sat down behind a piano and told the judges that he was going to play them a song. Based on Simon’s reaction, the judges found the idea of a simple song on the piano a little boring. Nicholas wasn’t even going to sing, just play the piano … how cool could that be? Well, you’re about to find out.
In what has to be a Britain’s Got Talent first, one man seated behind a piano transforms into an enormous flash mob that’s rocking out to Queen’s “Don’t Stop Me Now.” Little did the audience know that his fellow musicians were hiding amongst them the entire show! Everyone from horn players to electric guitarists emerge to make Nicholas’s performance absolutely unforgettable. And just wait till you see who’s hiding up in the balcony …
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