Taryn Charles Wows Judges on “Britain’s Got Talent” with Her Powerful Vocals

Britain's Got Talent

In a stunning performance on “Britain’s Got Talent,” Taryn Charles, a 39-year-old entertainer and music teacher, left the judges and audience in awe with her rendition of “(You Make Me Feel Like) A Natural Woman” by Aretha Franklin. Her powerful vocals earned her the coveted Golden Buzzer from judge Bruno Tonioli, securing her place in the semi-finals.

A Talented Teacher

Taryn Charles, from Egham in Surrey, uses music to help students with special educational needs. Her passion for music and teaching shine through as she volunteers in special educational needs (SEN) schools, inspiring students to pursue their dreams. Charles revealed that she herself has ADHD and was excluded from three schools, finding solace in music during difficult times.

Despite her nerves, Charles delivered a goosebump-inducing performance that brought the audience to their feet. Charles is not actually new to the music industry. She has worked as a backing singer for renowned artists like Kim Weston, Gwen McRae, and Candi Staton. Additionally, she was part of the cast of the touring theatre show “The History of Soul.”

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As Charles took the stage, her nerves were evident, but her powerful voice soon silenced any doubts. Her rendition of the Aretha Franklin classic had the audience chanting for the Golden Buzzer. With only Bruno Tonioli left to award it, the pressure was on. Ultimately, he relented, sending golden confetti raining down on a shocked and delighted Charles.

Emotional Reactions

The judges were unanimous in their praise. Amanda Holden whispered to Bruno, “I’ve got goosebumps,” and later admitted to being physically shaken by the performance. Alesha Dixon emphasized Charles’s unique tone and raspiness, calling her “special.” Simon Cowell, initially skeptical due to her nerves, was blown away by her vocals, stating, “This is how people should sing.”

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For Charles, music has always been a source of comfort and expression. Growing up near the London office of Simon Cowell’s record label, she once met him and boldly proclaimed that he would give her a record deal one day. Now, years later, she finds herself on the “Britain’s Got Talent” stage, with Cowell among the judges.

Charles’s journey on “Britain’s Got Talent” is not just about winning the competition; it’s about sharing her passion for music and inspiring others. She aims to show her students that they too can achieve their dreams.

Britain’s Got Talent airs Saturday nights on ITV1.

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