Britain's Got Talent reveals sneak peek of Manchester bombing victim's inspiring audition

Brunilde Fioravanti
Aprile 21, 2018

"God only knows how she dealt with that at her age, the effect it must still have", said judge Simon Cowell about the performance.

"I'm trying to go through what you went through and turn a negative into a positive is unbelievable". The fearless teenager, who returned to the city to audition for the show, was protected from the blast by her aunt Kelly Brewster - but sadly suffered two broken legs in the horrific attack, and still uses a wheelchair. I'm very proud of you. "In fact, I salute you".

"I thought it was respectful, it was one of those moments I will never, ever forget".

"I think the whole of Manchester will be proud of you".

Amanda Holden is also impressed by what she sees.

Amanda similarly added: "Girls, it's so important not to be defined by tragedy but to be shaped by it".

"It's always hard coming back to Manchester", she said.

Following on from the audition, Sheffield-born Hollie told the Mirror that Rise learned the routine in just a matter of weeks, and hoped to inspire others with their performance.

"I was very nervous doing it in front of the judges". It was very emotional. Taking to the stage with her dance group, she and her friends move Ant, and the judges, to tears as they dance in wheelchairs to a medley of Ariana Grande songs - wearing the poignant Manchester worker bee t-shirts.

The nation's favourite TV talent show, Britain's Got Talent continues.

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