Violinist wows Britain's Got Talent judges
A violinist who likes to play without wearing underwear has wowed the 'Britain's Got Talent' judges
A violinist who likes to play without wearing underwear has wowed the 'Britain's Got Talent' judges.
Analiza Ching has already been tipped to follow in the footsteps of popular classical violin virtuoso Vanessa-Mae and has previously performed for the queen, although she admitted to judges she did so with no knickers on.
On the show - due to air this weekend - she says: "I like to get that feeling of freedom. If you wear underwear, it doesn't show off your body as well as when you're not."
Analiza combines her violin skills with those taught to her by her professional dancer mother for her audition, which impressed judges David Walliams, Simon Cowell, Alesha Dixon and Amanda Holden.
David tells her: "You make playing the violin sexy."
Analiza - who hails from Liu Zhou in southern China, but now lives in Buckinghamshire - tells them she finds her instrument "sexy" because it's the shape of a "curved woman".
The hopeful was originally taught to play by her father, and has already had a brush with fame when she was invited by Oscar-winning actor Colin Firth and his wife Livia to perform at the launch of their London shop Eco-Age. If she wins the show, Analiza will get a second chance to perform for the queen at the Royal Variety Show later this year.