Ronan Parke wows on Britain's Got Talent

Schoolboy Ronan Parke last night wowed the 'Britain's Got Talent' judges with a rendition of Nina Simone's 'Feeling Good'

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Britain's Got Talent judge Michael McIntyre

A schoolboy who sang Nina Simone's 'Feeling Good' has wowed the panel on 'Britain's Got Talent'.

Ronan Parke, 12, has been dubbed the new Justin Bieber following the performance in front of judges Amanda Holden, Michael McIntyre and Louis Walsh, although he confesses he was terrified before he went on stage.

He said: "I was really nervous but happy I'd got to that stage. Excitement then took over my nerves.When I looked at the ¬audience I didn't realise how many people there would be and that was a bit scary."

Comedian Michael praised the youngster saying he shouldn't "bother" returning to school.

He added: "You said you took a day off school. I wouldn't bother going back. You're a little star."

Meanwhile, artist Nathan Wyburn - who wowed the judges with his creations made from Marmite - has revealed his inspiration came from Simon Cowell, who once said he was similar to the yeast-based spread in that you either "love" or "hate" him.

The Cardiff-based student created an image of judge Michael in front of the stunned audience, and has previously made a version of Simon on a piece of toast.

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