Britain’s Got Talent just scored another success story, after 2016 finalist Beau Dermott landed herself a record deal.
The now 13-year-old singer, who won Amanda Holden’s Golden Buzzer with her implausible try-out last year, has sealed with Decca Records – and her entrance album, Brave, will be expelled in August.
Beau seemed in the very first auditions show of the 2016 series, winning her golden sheet to the final after wowing the judges with her delivery of the Wicked strain Defying Gravity.
After finishing fifth in the grand final, she was after hand-picked by Dame Vera Lynn to open her 100th birthday jubilee unison at the London Palladium this year, in front of the Queen.
Her voice has also been insured by Lloyd’s of London for £1m.
Tom Lewis, executive of AR at Decca, said: ‘Beau’s voice is one in a million – and that’s because it needs insuring!
‘Having such an implausible talent at such a immature age is truly remarkable, and we’re looking brazen to operative with Beau as she develops into a immature star.’
Beau has suggested that her adore of singing began when she watched The Sound Of Music.
‘I watched it on repeat again and again,’ she explained.
‘I just desired the sound of Julie Andrews’ voice, and I’d lay on the building and sing along. And we shortly detected we desired to sing for my own enjoyment.’
Brave will be expelled on Aug 25.