The boy caused a stir in the early stages of the competition with his opera singing, earning him a golden buzzer.
After being sent straight to the live semifinals, he was ready to appear on Thursday night’s show.
His song choices brought the former Strictly Come Dancing judge to tears as he called the singer a “gift from God.”
The cat is out of the bag… 😺
– BGT (@BGT) June 1, 2023
Simon Cowell echoed Bruno Tonioli’s thoughts and said his voice was a gift from God.
The show has seen other shocking events, such as revealing Noodle the Cat’s identity as a former Britain’s Got Talent contestant.
Who is the voice behind Noodle the Cat whose identity was revealed in the BGT semifinals?
The identity behind the singing cat turned out to be none other than former BGT competitor Tom Ball, who competed in the 2022 season and finished third.
When he revealed himself, the judges were quick to note that neither they nor Ant and Dec knew of the mix-up.
BGT’s Amanda Holden even made comments about Tom’s “sexy glow-up” as he seemed unrecognizable to many.
Fans left “goosebumps” after Malakai Bayoh’s “angelic” performance on Britain’s Got Talent
Fans took to Twitter to express how emotional the whole performance was, with one viewer saying: “Goosebumps all the time! Wow, it was really amazing never to have heard a voice like that. Personally, I’m not an opera fan, but wow, great! You have.” my 5 votes.”
Another added: Wow. #BGT #BritainsGotTalent What a little singer. Malakai wins.”
While one said, “I think King Charles and the royal family would love to see Malakai.”
The live Britain’s Got Talent semi-final continues on Friday (2 June) from 8pm on ITV1 and ITVX.
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