'Britain's Got Talent's new voice of an angel?
The 'Britain's Got Talent' judges are left stunned by the voice of a 14-year-old girl, who has been hailed the next Charlotte Church
A 14-year-old 'Britain's Got Talent' contestant is being hailed the new Charlotte Church.
Judges on the show were wowed by a schoolgirl known only as Olivia, who gave a note perfect rendition of Sarah McLachlan's 'In The Arms Of An Angel', earning her comparisons to Welsh child singing star Charlotte, who was dubbed the Voice of An Angel.
After Olivia's audition - which will be on tonight's show (01.05.10)- head judge Simon Cowell was left gobsmacked, but managed to tell the shy 14-year-old he loved her song.
Simon is now reportedly already tipping her to be one of the final 12 contestants.
Olivia, who wears braces, tells show hosts Ant and Dec: "From the moment I wake up, I don't really think about anything else but singing.
"I walk downstairs singing, maybe sometimes daydream whilst in maths class.
"I wonder if in five years time I could be an actual star singing in front of millions of people."
Also on tonight's show are a boyband called Connected, a husband and wife dup called Flute Magic and all female dance troupe AKA.
'Britain's Got Talent' is shown on ITV1 at 7pm.