A young nine-year-old girl received a standing ovation from the Britain's Got Talent 2011 judging panel and live audience when he performed at the Glasgow auditions. In scenes to be shown next Saturday when the reality series returns to ITV1, Scottish singer Saskia Eng wowed the judges.
Saskia appears at the auditions in Glasgow where his rendition of folk rock track 'Hey, Soul Sister' by US rock band train goes down a hit with the 3,000 strong crowd and, more importantly, the new look judging panel consisting of US star David Hasselhoff, comedian Michael McIntyre and Got Talent regular Amanda Holden.
A source said: "The judges were amazed by Saskia's performance. She just got on stage and, although she was a bit nervous, she just blew everyone away.
"The Hoff said he didn't doubt that she would be a big star... Saskia's only been singing for a year and she had everyone on their feet. Michael McIntyre joked that she must be the only girl from Edinburgh who could get 3,000 Weegies to give her a standing ovation."
The amazing audition will be shown when Britain's Got Talent 2011 starts on April 16 at 20:20 on ITV1.